How do i find wattage of 15's??????????


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my 15's dont know how many watts? can any 1 help????

Bronze Member
Username: Geekbike

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Registered: Dec-04
A billion million.

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Username: Minime80

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Registered: Feb-05
180 furlongs per fortnight

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Username: Sancho886

El Cajon, CA US

Post Number: 83
Registered: Jun-04
take the lenght of the voice coils, multiply by the speed of sound, then divide by pi.

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Username: Tdbdrummer

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cant forget to factor in the velocity of your moms running speed when she sees a bag of potato chips(faster than speed of light in most cases)

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Username: Rzarector

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... what a helpfull forum this turned out to be

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

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Registered: Dec-03
Corkey, look at the back of the speaker and see if there is anything stated there, like a make and model for the sub, or it's wattage.
it should be stamped into or printed on a sticker covering the magnet.
Considering there are literally thousands of different 15" speakers, and no two are the same, we can't tell you a thing without more information from you.

People, please think before posting a question, then offer as much information as possible to help us help you.
God is in the details, as they say.
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