Mobile Speakers

THROW DOWN PRIME speakers have Rockford DNA and are a perfect factory replacement for most vehicles.

THE STANDARD PUNCH speakers are designed for fanatics who don't just listen to music, they feel it.

PUSH THE ENVELOPE POWER speakers deliver a new level of sound quality through their accuracy and clarity.

SPEAKER PERFORMANCE LINEUP
T5 Power Component Speaker Accuracy Score 96 T4 Power Component Speaker Accuracy Score 93 T3 Power Component Speaker Accuracy Score 91 T2 Power Component Speaker Accuracy Score 85 T1 Power Component Speaker Accuracy Score 82 T1 Power Coaxial Speaker Accuracy Score 80 P1 Punch Component Speaker Accuracy Score 79 P1 Punch Coaxial Speaker Accuracy Score 78 R1 Prime Component Speaker Accuracy Score 73 R1 Prime Coaxial Speaker Accuracy Score 72 Punch Pro Component Speaker Accuracy Score 75
T5 Power Components Speaker Frequency Reponse 45Hz-40kHz T5 Power Components Speaker Peak Power 300 Watts T4 Power Components Speaker Frequency Reponse 40Hz-30kHz T4 Power Components Speaker Peak Power 300 Watts T3 Power Components Speaker Frequency Reponse 48Hz-24kHz T3 Power Components Speaker Peak Power 250 Watts T2 Power Components Speaker Frequency Reponse 65Hz-22kHz T2 Power Components Speaker Peak Power 150 Watts T1 Power Components SpeakerFrequency Reponse 65Hz-22kHz T1 Power Components Speaker Peak Power 200 Watts T1 Power Coaxial Speaker Frequency Reponse 65Hz-22kHz T1 Power Coaxial Speaker Peak Power 140 Watts P1 Punch Components Speaker Frequency Reponse 55Hz-22kHz P1 Punch Components Speaker Peak Power 120 Watts P1 Punch Coaxial Speaker Frequency Reponse 60Hz-24kHz P1 Punch Coaxial Speaker Peak Power 120 Watts R1 Prime Components Speaker Frequency Reponse 55Hz-20kHz R1 Prime Components Speaker Peak Power 80 Watts R1 Prime Coaxial Speaker Frequency Reponse 52Hz-20kHz R1 Prime Coaxial Speaker Peak Power 90 Watts Punch Pro Components Shallow Speaker Frequency Reponse 80Hz-5kHz Punch Pro Components Shallow Speaker Peak Power 200 Watts
Speaker Accuracy Score Glossary IconAccuracy Score - Is derived from calculating the magnitude deviations from the speaker’s frequency response against a reference flat magnitude. response.
Frequency Response Glossary IconFrequency Response Range - The frequency response range or width tells you how high or low the speaker plays.
Peak Power Glossary IconPeak Power - The maximum amount of amplifier power that can be applied to a speaker prior to entering into an unsafe operating scenario.
ANATOMY OF A SPEAKERModifications to the framework of a speaker significantly impact their sonic signature. Combining various materials will strengthen, add volume and resonate the music to a desired sound. By intertwining superior speaker designs with Rockford’s proprietary acoustic technologies in our speaker lineup we are sure to bring your music to life.
Speaker Anatomy Diagram
  • Speaker Anatomy Tweeter Icon

    Tweeter - Composed of the same parts as an speaker, surround, cone, voice coil, basket and magnet. Just on a smaller scale.

  • Speaker Anatomy Crossover Icon

    Crossover - Works like a switch board, directing the audio signal through caps, filters and switches to the appropriate speaker.

  • Speaker Anatomy Surround Icon

    Surround - First part in the speakers suspension, attached to the cone to maintain the centering of the voice coil in the magnetic gap.

  • Speaker Anatomy Cone Icon

    Cone - A.K.A the diaphragm, this is the voice of the speaker. Shape and material dramatically change tonality.

  • Speaker Anatomy Basket Icon

    Basket - Also referred to as the frame or chassis, this is the skeletal system of the speaker. Here to keep everything in its place.

  • Speaker Anatomy Magnet Icon

    Magnet - The heart of speaker, creating the force to push and pull cone assembly. Size, material, and design may differ, depending on performance goals.

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