SoundQubed HDS315 15 INCH SUBWOOFER
Can't do much better for the price
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jun 2017
I've had the hds3 v1's for awhile. After putting 2 on a 5k, they did a 150, also hair tricked at 20hz. Very impressive for the money. Aslong as you don't run them on dirty power then complain when you wrecked them, you'll be fine.
Posted by Basshead_dad on 14th Jun 2017
Decent budget woofer , can get decently loud with the right box , in my opinion there are better options for the money like the American bass xfl
Inexpensive and Quality
Posted by Stephen Gross on 8th Jun 2017
Built an 8 ft^3 box per the specs from soundqubed and it worked like a champ. I have 2 15s wired in series for break in on a T1500. Set it for 1000 RMS with a multimeter, the subs barely move, and they already get down. I was hesitant about a $185 15" subwoofer, but I can say that most people will enjoy these subwoofers. By far the best within their price range.
Small enclosure Overpower
Posted by BobsyouUncle on 7th Jul 2015
I built a 2.7cuft per sub box tuned to 32hz on 1500wrms each. Absolutely floored by the dynamic output of these puppies. These will put a hurt on you even if not in an "optimally sized" enclosure. 3 months daily pounding and the coils are still nice and shiny. The spiders are just now starting to loosen up. Absolutely bananas performance for the money.
Posted by Fernando A. on 6th Apr 2015
I have 2 dual 2ohm 15s in a ported box tuned to about 35hz wired down to .5ohm on a dsc2000.1d and they sound awesome. Would deffinately recommend this sub to anyone who wants a great sub at great price.
Great 15 inch sub
Posted by Cornelius J on 7th Dec 2014
I have it in a ported single 15 qbomb pro box in my impala. It replaced two twelves with ease.. I even had to get sound deadener to place in the trunk.. I love it I will be buying another for a dual 15 setup.
Posted by dakota on 25th Aug 2014
Would have given 5 stars even after waiting 2 months on it if there wasn't a dent in the cone by the surround other than that it's an amazing subwoofer you should reinforce your packing box
Soundqubed hds315 are the beast!
Posted by Jose on 17th May 2014
This was my first time buying a 1200w rms subwoofer, really nice sub. Before I bought it I had a 300w rms 10 inch subwoofer. Now people can hear me from a block or two with just a single 15 inch sub on a 4 cubic ft enclosure tuned @ 32hz. This beast can pound on around 900 watts of power. I would recommend this subwoofer to every basshead as long as the price doesn't rise. I gived it 4 stars because the surround stitching was a little bad.
The Heavy Duty Street Series 300 are 3.0" coil woofers boasting a power handling of 1200W RMS and peak power of 2400W.
Built with the best parts attainable on the market we give you the NEW HDS Series.The HDS3 Series is one of the best values in the SQ subwoofer lineup. These subs are truly designed for heavy duty street bass. Every design feature was tweaked to give you the ultimate high efficiency/ high output subwoofer.
- Vented back-plate for optimal cooling and less turbulence in the coil gap.
- 3.0" diameter four-layer copper coil.
- Heavy Duty push connectors for ease of install. (Accepts up to 10awg speaker wire)
- Cast, Steel Frame.
- Black electroplated top and bottom plates for additional cooling.
- Non-pressed cone for maximum rigidity.
- High excursion foam surround.
- Power Handling 1200W RMS, 2400W Peak
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