Dual Voice Coil
A speaker driver, usually a woofer or subwoofer, that has two voice coil windings on one former. There are actually two sets of terminals on the woofer for hooking an amplifier to each coil. A dual voice coil woofer allows stereo signals to be summed and produced from one driver. Other benefits include additional wiring flexibility (series or parallel combinations) and the ability to use one coil to change the electrical damping characteristics of the woofer.