15 inch Subwoofers

Welcome to our dedicated space for car audio enthusiasts, where the highlight of our collection is the unparalleled 15 inch subwoofers. Designed specifically for those who want to take their in-car audio experience to the next level, these subwoofers offer the ultimate bass performance that can truly transform any ride into a concert on wheels. Ideal for anyone looking to upgrade their vehicle's sound system, our selection caters to all, from the casual listener to the hardcore bass fan.

Our range features the most sought-after 15 inch subwoofers, each handpicked for its exceptional sound quality, robust build, and ability to deliver deep, impactful bass that resonates throughout your vehicle. We provide detailed insights and specifications for every model, along with expert reviews to guide you in choosing the perfect subwoofer for your car audio system. Embrace the power of deep bass and elevate your driving experience with our premium selection.

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 15 inch Subwoofers

• Watts RMS: 1000

• Watts Peak: 2000

Impedance: D4

Voice Coil: 3 inch

FS: 28hz



Xmax: 19mm

Efficency: 88db

Cutout Diameter: 14"

Outside Diameter: 15.5"

Depth: 5.9"

Sealed Box: 1.25 - 2.25 cubic feet

Ported Box: 3.0 cubic feet tuned to 30hz

• Infinite Baffle: Yes

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Immerse yourself in the ultimate bass experience with the Audiomobile Encore 4415 15" Subwoofer, the crown jewel of the "4K HD" series known for its compact design and explosive performance. Engineered to thrive in snug enclosures, this subwoofer is a game-changer for those who demand deep, impactful bass without compromising on space or sound quality. 

With a powerhouse 1000-watt RMS capacity and a dual 4-ohm 3" voice coil, the Encore 4415 delivers pristine, resonant bass that elevates any audio setup. Its cutting-edge features, including the ICAR Aluminum 'Intercooled' heatsink/radiator and flux-stabilization rings, ensure this subwoofer performs consistently at peak levels, promising longevity and reliability.

Beyond its acoustic prowess, the Encore 4415 boasts an aesthetically pleasing design that complements its sonic excellence. The sleek, low-profile structure is coated with a stylish "Silver Vein" powder, while the robust CNC motor sports a "Diamond-cut" finish, enhancing the subwoofer's visual appeal in any installation. 

The carbon fiber dust cap not only signifies high quality but also contributes to the subwoofer's dynamic responsiveness and range. This subwoofer transcends its role as a mere component, becoming the focal point of any premium audio system, designed for those who appreciate the finer details in sound and design.

Key Features:

High-Output Design: Delivers 1000-watt RMS power for an unparalleled audio experience.

Dual 4-ohm 3" Voice Coil: Features advanced "T-shaped" magnetic-gap technology for cleaner, deeper bass.

ICAR Aluminum 'Intercooled' Heatsink/Radiator: Ensures optimal operating temperatures for enhanced performance.

Flux-Stabilization Rings: Aluminum rings reduce inductance, maintaining authentic sound quality.

Carbon Fiber Dust Cap: Enhances efficiency and responsiveness with a lightweight, dynamic design.

Silver Vein Powder-Coated Frame: Adds durability and aesthetic appeal with a unique finish.

19 mm Linear Xmax: Ideal for compact sealed enclosures, providing high power handling and linear displacement.

Embrace the Audiomobile Encore 4415 15" Subwoofer for an unmatched auditory journey that combines deep, resonant bass with sophisticated design. Whether for compact spaces or grand setups, this subwoofer is crafted to meet the rigorous demands of audiophiles, promising an uncompromising sound quality that resonates with every note. Upgrade your audio experience with the Encore 4415 and feel the difference in every beat.

C15W Specifications

• Watts RMS: 800

• Watts Peak: 1600

Impedance: D2/D4

Voice Coil: 3 inch

FS: 23hz

QTS: .35

Vas: 104L

Xmax: 23.5mm

Efficency: 88db

Cutout Diameter: 13.92"

Outside Diameter: 15.3"

Depth: 7.75"

Sealed Box: 1.5-2.4 cubic feet

Ported Box: 3.5 cubic feet tuned to 30hz

• Infinite Baffle: Yes

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The Hybrid Audio Clarus C15SW subwoofers set a new standard for multi-format speaker systems, seamlessly upgrading from the Imagine-series with their adaptability across various enclosure types including sealed, vented, infinite baffle, and bandpass setups. Designed to satisfy even the most discerning audiophiles, the Clarus C15SW excels in delivering precise sound with deep bass and exceptional speed and articulation. 

Its low and stable inductance profile ensures consistent performance across different strokes, frequencies, and power levels. The robust construction, featuring a cast frame and heavy-duty nickel-plated terminals, hints at the subwoofer's serious performance capabilities, which are fully realized when you experience its ability to articulate the subtle details of your favorite tracks and produce significant sound pressure levels with ease.

The engineering behind the Clarus C15SW is as sophisticated as its performance. The subwoofer boasts a cast aluminum basket with spider venting for enhanced thermal handling, and a unique motor design with a large ferrite magnet for improved compliance. The 3-inch voice coil is crafted from high-purity aluminum, optimizing power handling and heat dissipation while minimizing inductance. 

The butyl rubber surround, polypropylene cone, and carefully chosen spider material work together to dampen unwanted vibrations and maintain sonic integrity. Additionally, the integrated tinsel leads and PCB-mounted nickel-plated push terminals offer reliable connections and minimal interference, ensuring that the Clarus subwoofer delivers unmatched audio fidelity in any car audio setup.

Key Features:

• Versatile design suitable for various enclosure types, enhancing adaptability.

• Low and stable total inductance profile ensures consistent performance.

• Cast aluminum basket with spider venting for improved thermal handling.

• Large ferrite magnet motor with a bumped and vented pole piece enhances compliance.

• 3-inch high-purity aluminum voice coil for superior power handling and heat dissipation.

• Butyl rubber surround and polypropylene cone for durability and consistent performance.

• Heavy-duty PCB-mounted nickel-plated push terminals for flexible and reliable connections.

 15 inch Sub Box

• Dimensions: 19" x 16" x 15"

• Airspace: 2 cubic feet

Woofer Opening: 14"

• Internal Bracing: Yes - Crossbracing

• Dado Construction: Yes

 Terminal Cups: 1

Carpet: Gray

MDF Thickness: 3/4 inch

Mounting Face: Single

Depth: 9"

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Discover the ultimate in performance and design with the Proline X Performance P15-S Sealed Enclosure for 15" Subwoofers. Perfect for audiophiles seeking to push the limits of their car audio system, this enclosure promises not just to meet but exceed your expectations. Upgrade today and feel the difference in every note.

Elevate your bass experience with the Proline X Performance P15-S Sealed Enclosure, engineered specifically for 15" subwoofers. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail in the USA, this enclosure epitomizes the perfect blend of precision engineering and exceptional value.

Designed to enhance the performance of your subwoofers, the P15-S enclosure is the cornerstone for achieving deep, impactful bass and unparalleled sound quality. Its construction from high-density Apex wood composite not only promises unmatched durability but also ensures the enclosure stands the test of time, maintaining its acoustic integrity through every beat.

The Proline X Performance P15-S is not just about its robust build; it's also about aesthetic sophistication and seamless audio enhancement. Its unique interlocking design and internal bracing maintain structural integrity, while the rounded edges and high-output ports refine the listening experience. 

The enclosure is finished with a stylish salt and pepper trunk liner and adorned with a laser-cut acrylic Proline X badge, adding a sleek, modern touch to your audio setup. Whether it's the depth of the bass or the quality of the build, the P15-S sealed enclosure brings out the best in your car audio system.

Key Features:

High-Density MDF Wood: Ensures durability and superior acoustic properties.

Precision Engineering: CNC cut and internally braced for optimal sound quality.

Stylish Design: Features a salt and pepper trunk liner and a Proline X laser cut acrylic badge.

Enhanced Sound Quality: Designed to deliver deep, punchy bass and a rich audio experience.

Durable Construction: Built to withstand intense listening sessions, ensuring longevity.

Seamless Integration: Rounded edges and high-output ports for a refined audio experience.

Made in the USA: Handcrafted with precision and care, highlighting quality and craftsmanship.

• Dimensions: 24" x 19" x 13.5"

• Airspace: 2.5 cubic feet net

Woofer Opening: 14"

• Internal Bracing: Yes - Crossbracing

• Dado Construction: Yes

 Terminal Cups: 1

Carpet: Gray

MDF Thickness: 3/4 inch

Mounting Face: Single

Depth: 9"

Tuning Frequency: 36hz

Port Opening: 

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Choose the Proline X Performance P15-P Ported Enclosure for your 15" subwoofers and experience the pinnacle of sound quality and craftsmanship. It's not just an enclosure; it's an investment in unmatched audio performance and enduring value, all made in the USA. Elevate your audio journey with the P15-P and feel the difference in every note.

Introducing the Proline X Performance P15-P Ported Enclosure, a masterpiece crafted for 15" subwoofers that seamlessly blends superior sound quality with the finest American craftsmanship. 

This enclosure is designed not just to meet but to exceed the expectations of audiophiles and enthusiasts alike, offering a perfect synergy of performance and aesthetic appeal. As a standout product in the Proline X Performance line, the P15-P Ported Enclosure is the result of meticulous engineering and a commitment to quality, ensuring that your listening experience is elevated to unprecedented heights.

Constructed from Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF), known for its durability and strength, the P15-P Enclosure is built to last. Its precision CNC cutting ensures that every subwoofer fits flawlessly, eliminating any potential for mismatch or compromise in sound quality. The enclosure features an advanced design with an interlocking structure, internal bracing, and rounded external edges, all contributing to its robustness and sound integrity. 

The high-output ports are fine-tuned for optimal airflow, enhancing the bass response and creating an immersive audio experience. Aesthetically, the enclosure is finished with a sophisticated Gray trunk liner and adorned with a Proline X laser-cut acrylic badge, making it a visually stunning addition to any audio setup.

Key Features:

• Precision CNC Cut: Ensures perfect fit and optimal sound quality.

• Durable MDF Construction: Offers superior strength and longevity.

• Advanced Design: Features interlocking, internally braced structure with rounded edges.

• Optimized Airflow: High-output ports tuned for an exceptional bass response.

• Sleek Aesthetic: Gray trunk liner and Proline X laser-cut badge for a stylish look.

• Dimensionally Accommodating: Designed to fit woofers up to 9" deep, with a net airspace of 2.5 ft³.

• Tuned for Excellence: Fine-tuned to 36Hz for the best performance.

Enhance Your Drive: Mastering the Art of 15-Inch Subwoofers

Embark on a journey to redefine your car audio experience with our definitive guide to 15-inch subwoofers, the cornerstone of an immersive sound environment. Tailored for enthusiasts eager to transform their vehicle into an acoustic haven, this guide sheds light on the essential aspects of subwoofer selection and integration. Delve into the engineering marvels behind these potent devices, where cutting-edge design principles meet the raw power of deep bass to elevate your audio landscape.

We explore the intricate balance between powered units and those that leverage passive radiators, ensuring you make an educated decision that harmonizes with your vehicle's existing audio and electrical setup. Our discussion extends to the critical frequencies that these subwoofers adeptly handle, alongside an in-depth look at voice coil variations and their significant role in defining sound quality and system compatibility.

Our guide is designed to demystify the technicalities of power handling and sensitivity, crucial parameters that dictate subwoofer performance. We also highlight the transformative effect of optimally tuned ported enclosures, providing you with the knowledge to create a bass experience that not only sounds spectacular but feels profoundly impactful.

Step into a world where every beat and bass line is a visceral experience. Whether you're upgrading your setup or embarking on a full system revamp, our comprehensive insights into 15-inch subwoofers are your key to unlocking a new dimension of auditory bliss in your vehicle.

Dive deeper into the heart of subwoofer performance with a closer look at power handling and sensitivity, two pivotal specifications that can make or break your audio experience. Power handling reflects the subwoofer's ability to manage energy without compromising sound quality or durability, while sensitivity measures how effectively a subwoofer converts power into sound.

Grasping these concepts ensures you choose a subwoofer that not only matches your system's power but also delivers efficient, dynamic bass output. Learn how to interpret these figures to find a subwoofer that resonates with your car's acoustics and your personal taste in music.

The core of every subwoofer's performance lies in its voice coil design and impedance levels. Voice coils can come in different sizes and configurations, each offering unique advantages in terms of sound reproduction and power handling.

Understanding the role of single vs. dual voice coils, along with the subwoofer's impedance, is crucial for integrating the subwoofer with your existing car audio system. This section guides you through the nuances of voice coil types and impedance, helping you tailor your subwoofer choice to your system's requirements and your desired audio output.

The enclosure housing your subwoofer plays a significant role in shaping the final sound output. Sealed enclosures offer tight, accurate bass, ideal for listeners who prefer precision and clarity. Ported enclosures, on the other hand, enhance efficiency and volume, producing more pronounced bass suitable for genres that thrive on powerful, deep notes. 

This segment provides insights into choosing the right enclosure type for your subwoofer, ensuring that it complements your musical preferences and enhances your overall listening experience. Discover how the right enclosure can transform your car audio system into a dynamic soundstage, making every journey a musical adventure.

Integrating a new subwoofer into your car's existing electrical system is a critical step that demands careful consideration. This part of the guide addresses the importance of understanding your vehicle's electrical capacity and how different subwoofers interact with it. 

Learn about the considerations necessary to ensure compatibility and optimal performance, from assessing the power draw to understanding the wiring configurations. We'll provide practical tips for a seamless integration, ensuring that your new subwoofer enhances your audio system without overburdening your car's electrical infrastructure.

The essence of a subwoofer's performance lies in its ability to reproduce low-frequency sounds accurately. This section delves into the concept of frequency response, particularly focusing on how well a subwoofer can extend to the lower limits of the audible spectrum. 

Understanding the frequency response and low-frequency extension is crucial for those seeking to experience the depth and fullness of their music, especially in genres where bass plays a leading role. We'll guide you through the specifications to look for and how they translate into real-world listening experiences.

Beyond the basic setup, fine-tuning your subwoofer's performance can elevate your audio experience to new heights. This part of the guide explores advanced concepts like the use of passive radiators and the science of port tuning in ported enclosures. 

Passive radiators can enhance bass response without the need for additional amplifier power, while precise port tuning in ported enclosures can drastically improve efficiency and bass output. We'll provide insights into how these techniques can be used to refine your subwoofer's performance, ensuring a balanced, impactful, and resonant bass response tailored to your listening preferences.

Subwoofer Placement and Sound Staging

The physical placement of a subwoofer within your vehicle can significantly impact the overall sound staging and immersion of your audio system. This section emphasizes the strategic positioning of subwoofers to achieve optimal bass distribution and sound quality. 

From minimizing unwanted vibrations to maximizing the synergistic effect with your car's acoustics, we'll explore the best practices for subwoofer placement. Learn how to harness the unique contours of your vehicle's interior to enhance the listening experience, creating a soundstage that envelops you in rich, detailed bass.

Calibration and Level Setting for Peak Performance

After installation, calibrating your subwoofer is crucial to ensure it works harmoniously with the rest of your car audio system. This part of the guide walks you through the calibration process, including setting the correct levels, crossover frequencies, and phase adjustments to achieve a cohesive and balanced sound. 

We'll provide step-by-step instructions on fine-tuning your subwoofer's settings, ensuring that it complements the overall system rather than overwhelming it, for a well-integrated and immersive audio experience.

Maintaining Your Subwoofer for Longevity

The final section of our guide focuses on the maintenance and care of your subwoofer to ensure its longevity and sustained performance. From regular inspections to avoid overheating to understanding the signs of wear and tear, we'll cover the essential maintenance tips. 

Learn how to keep your subwoofer in top condition, ensuring that it continues to deliver powerful and precise bass for years to come. Whether it's through protective measures or routine check-ups, maintaining your subwoofer is key to preserving the quality of your car audio system.

Technical Aspects

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) & Magnetic Field

Finite Element Analysis is a computerized method for predicting how a product reacts to real-world forces, vibration, heat, fluid flow, and other physical effects. In the context of subwoofers, FEA is used to optimize the design of the subwoofer's components, such as the magnetic field structure, to improve performance. By analyzing the magnetic field, engineers can enhance the efficiency and linearity of the subwoofer's motor structure, leading to more precise control over the movement of the subwoofer cone and, consequently, higher sound quality and reduced distortion. Discussing how different brands use FEA to optimize their subwoofers could provide readers with insights into the high-quality engineering behind their favorite products.

Dynamic Motor Analysis & Motor Force

Dynamic Motor Analysis (DMA) is a system that dynamically modifies the motor strength of a speaker's driver to maintain linear motor force at all drive levels and reduce distortion. This is particularly important in subwoofers, where the large excursions can lead to nonlinear behavior. A strong, well-optimized motor force ensures that the subwoofer can maintain control over the cone's movement, providing tight, accurate bass even at high volumes. Highlighting subwoofers that utilize advanced motor analysis technologies could guide enthusiasts towards products that offer superior performance and sound precision.

Features and Specifications

DVC Subwoofers & Ohm Options

Dual Voice Coil (DVC) subwoofers offer more flexibility in wiring options, which can be particularly advantageous for optimizing the system's impedance to match an amplifier's output. 

This flexibility allows for more precise control over the subwoofer's performance and can accommodate a wider range of system configurations. 

Discussing the advantages of DVC subwoofers, along with a guide on how to wire them for different ohm loads, could be very useful for readers looking to customize their car audio systems.

Sensitivity (dB)

Sensitivity measures how efficiently a subwoofer converts power (watts) into sound (decibels). 

Subwoofers with higher sensitivity require less power to produce the same amount of sound as those with lower sensitivity. 

This is an important consideration when building a system, especially in power-limited setups like car audio systems. 

Explaining the impact of sensitivity on system design and how it interacts with power handling and enclosure type could provide a more nuanced understanding of subwoofer performance.

Power Handling & Max Power

Power handling refers to the amount of power (in watts) a subwoofer can handle before it risks damage, typically divided into RMS (continuous) and peak (maximum) power ratings. 

A subwoofer with higher power handling can typically produce louder, more dynamic bass.

 However, it's crucial to match the subwoofer's power handling with the output of the amplifier to avoid damage and ensure optimal performance. 

Clarifying these concepts and offering examples of how to match subwoofers with amplifiers could help readers make informed decisions about their setups.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best box for a 15 inch subwoofer?

The best box for a 15-inch subwoofer depends on your sound preference and space requirements. Sealed boxes provide tight and accurate bass, ideal for music lovers valuing sound clarity.

Ported or vented boxes offer louder, more powerful bass, suitable for genres like hip-hop or EDM. For the deepest bass, consider a bandpass box, but note its limited frequency range. Always match the box to your subwoofer's specifications for optimal performance.

Which will sound better 15 inch Sub or 12 inch Subwoofer?

The sound quality between a 15-inch subwoofer and a 12-inch subwoofer depends on several factors including the specific models, the enclosure type, and the listening environment.

Generally, a 15-inch subwoofer can move more air, producing deeper and more powerful bass, which might be preferred in larger rooms or for genres that demand intense bass. However, a 12-inch subwoofer can often provide tighter and more accurate bass response, which might be preferred for critical listening and in smaller spaces. 

Ultimately, the "better" sound will depend on your personal preferences, the quality of the subwoofer, and its integration into your sound system.

How to build a box for a 15 inch subwoofer?

To build a box for a 15-inch subwoofer, follow these steps:

Design Phase: Decide between a sealed, ported, or bandpass box based on your desired sound. Calculate the box dimensions using a subwoofer box calculator, considering the subwoofer's specifications and your space constraints.

Materials: Gather materials like MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard), screws, wood glue, silicone sealant, and internal bracing material.

Cutting: Cut the MDF to your calculated dimensions for the box's sides, top, bottom, front, and back.

Assembly: Assemble the box using wood glue and screws, ensuring all joints are tight. Use internal bracing for larger panels to prevent vibration.

Subwoofer and Port (if applicable): Cut holes for the subwoofer and port (if building a ported box). Ensure tight, precise fits.

Sealing: Seal all internal seams with silicone sealant to make the box airtight.

Finishing: Finish the box with carpet, paint, or vinyl to match your aesthetic preferences.

Wiring and Installation: Install the subwoofer and wire it to your audio system, following the manufacturer's guidelines.

***Ensure safety by wearing protective gear and double-checking measurements and cuts.

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