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Pyle PL1590BL 15" Blue Label DVC Subwoofer

Brand:|Model: PL1590BL|Part # 292-139
The Pyle Blue Label series subwoofers offer many features that would be found on drivers costing many times more, such as high power handling, large magnet structure, large voice coils, vented pole piece, butyl rubber surround, and silver plated terminals.
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  • Blue injection molded cone with specially treated rubber edge suspension
  • Blue chrome steel basket with silver plated terminal
  • Bumped & vented pole piece with high temperature dual Kapton voice coils
  • Flat progressive spider
  • Large magnet structure with rubber boot
  • 2-1/2" voice coils
  • One-year manufacturer's warranty

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Pyle PL1590BL 15" Blue Label DVC Subwoofer

The Pyle Blue Label series subwoofers offer many features that would be found on drivers costing many times more, such as high power handling, large magnet structure, large voice coils, vented pole piece, butyl rubber surround, and silver plated terminals.

Product Specifications
  • Nominal Diameter15"
  • Power Handling (RMS)300 Watts
  • Power Handling (max)1400 Watts
  • Impedance4+4 ohms
  • Sensitivity84 dB 1W/1m
  • Voice Coil Diameter2.5"
  • Magnet Weight180 oz.
Thiele-Small Parameters
  • Resonant Frequency (Fs)21.2 Hz
  • Mechanical Q (Qms)5
  • Electromagnetic Q (Qes)0.9
  • Total Q (Qts)0.75
  • Compliance Equivalent Volume (Vas)5.2 ft.³
Materials of Construction
  • Cone MaterialPoly
  • Surround MaterialRubber
  • Voice Coil FormerKapton® / Polyimide
  • Basket / Frame MaterialSteel
  • Magnet MaterialFerrite
Mounting Information
  • Overall Outside Diameter15.34"
  • Baffle Cutout Diameter13.84"
  • Depth9.22"
  • # Mounting Holes8
Optimum Cabinet Size (determined using BassBox 6 Pro High Fidelity suggestion)
  • Sealed Volume11.26 ft.³
  • Sealed F323 Hz
  • Vented Volume19 ft.³
  • Vented F312 Hz
Pyle PL1590BL 15" Blue Label DVC Subwoofer
  • BrandPyle Audio
  • ModelPL1590BL
  • Part Number292-139
  • UPC068888874335
  • Product CategoryCar Subwoofer Speakers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (2 Reviews)
  • Weight21.4 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Pyle PL1590BL 15" Blue Label DVC Subwoofer
Pyle PL1590BL 15" Blue Label DVC Subwoofer is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good IB subSo I have had these for about 6 months now so I thought I would write a review of themFirst off, alot of people want to avoid these due to the brand. I have to say I was very skeptical as well. But they came very well recommended for IB from a few people on DIYMA, so I gave them a quality is about what you would expect from a $50 woofer. make sure you check the connectors, mine were bent in soo much that the tinsel leads were touching the basket. not good.They dont have a full set of T/S specs, but with a QTS of 0.7, huge VAS and ultra low FS, these seemed to be ideal for IB. They were right! simple baffle mount in my sedan and I was smiling ear to ear. I am powering a pair of these off of a JL 500/1 and that is more than enough to push them to xmax. They have a nice sound to them as well. I have owned subs that were easily 5x as much and some didnt sound as good as these do. content from 25-40 is very loud! If you have an eq you might even have to turn it down. Content above that is nice tight. bass drums sound real and bass guitars have a nice plucky sound to them. I have them actively crossed at 80hz 24db and that is about perfect. any higher and you start to get alot of midbass. I have good midbass upfront, so it wasnt needed.I wouldnt recommend these for anything other than IB for one simple reason. huge VAS! these will need about 5cuft each if you put them in a sealed box and ported is even bigger. for a Car it is just not practical.Pros:Decent power handling (but nowhere near the 1400 watts they claim)Look nice, blue cone is eye catching. Basket is nicely chromed.CostSound very good for this or any other price pointDont need more than 200 watts each to really get alot of bassCons:xmax is prolly less than 10mmCheap connectorspower handling of 400 RMS is a bit of a stretch
Date published: 2013-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Darned Good For The $While running specs on the various 15” woofers available from Part Express, the Pyle PL1590BL really stood out in my intended application: isobaric configuration in a 2.0 cubic foot sealed enclosure in the cargo area of my SUV. This woofer showed an F3 of 24.05 and a Qtc of 1.1375; very impressive! And because they were so inexpensive, I just had to give them a try. Glad I did. This sub sounded better than it had any right to. Deep solid bass, though a bit whompy due to the high Qtc for my taste. My guess is most folks reading this will like this more full sound.This sub uses 2-1/2” voice coils, which is a pleasant surprise at this price point. If using just one woofer instead of the two in isobaric fashion as I did, you will need a very large sealed enclosure of 4.0 cubic feet or more. Setting these up as a clam shell isobaric allowed the use of a box half the size, and provides sonic benefits as well, despite what is being said out there by the “experts”. I like the added “speed” and tighter bass the isobaric provides, and it likely makes an inexpensive sub like the PL1590BL sound better. Disclaimer: I'm an SQ listener, not a headbanger. I can offer no insight on how this woofer reacts to abuse.I wrote a review on the Dayton DCS380-4 last month, and ultimately that system sounded better than the Pyle PL1590BL system. At an additional cost around 40%, I would expect the Daytons to sound better. But if your budget doesn't allow for the additional funds, the Pyle PL1590BL is more than worthy of your consideration.Pros: Solid bass performance at an absurdly low price. Dual 2-1/2” voice coils allow flexibility in configurations. Eye catching design.Cons: Needs a huge enclosure when used in a sealed box. The polished frame is a tad sharp on the inside edges. Would have preferred less glitz and that money put toward performance.
Date published: 2012-04-04
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Pyle PL1590BL 15" Blue Label DVC Subwoofer

Good replacement for old speakers?

Im looking to replace the woofers in an old set of fischer speakers and im trying to avoid getting woofers with paper. i realize this is a subwoofer and has a 1400 watt max. Im running about 100 from my system but im looking to use them for bass that may blow paper speakers.. im wondering if these would produce a good sound, if any, from my speakers
Asked by: Mbabich
I don't believe you've provided enough informaition to accurately answer the question, but my educated guess would be no. It is unlikely that this sub woofer will be a good replacement for what I assume is a home speaker woofer because the sub will probably not play high enough. The is no frequency response listed, so impossible to judge. Each speaker has a certain set of parameters that are used to calculate the required enclosure volume and port/sealed configuration, which varies greatly even for same size drivers. The way to figure it out is to get the volume of the Fisher box and port diameter and length if it has one, then use an enclosure calculator with the woofer parameters to see if it matches up. You can also use the speaker wizard to find good replacements:, if you intend to have it work well with the tweeter and midrange and crossover, then you also have to at least roughly match loudness, frequency responce, impedance (usually 8 Ohm for a home system), and power handling.
Answered by: Geoffrey
Date published: 2013-05-23

Anyone have an idea how these might perform with infinite baffle loading for home theater?

Asked by: Max Excursion
If the speaker is designed for a small, sealed box, its suspension is too weak for use on an infinite baffle. If it designed for bass reflex or rear loaded horn cabinets (pro audio applications) it will likely be fine. Just watch out for very strong resonant peaks.Happy experimenting! Boomer Bill
Answered by: Boomer Bill
Date published: 2013-05-23
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