- Anodized aluminum woofer with butyl rubber surround
- 1" anodized aluminum dome tweeter
- 2-way crossover (high-pass and low-pass, 3500 Hz at 24 dB per octave)
- Surface- and flush-mount adapters included
- Frequency response 75-23,000 Hz
- Power range 25-100 watts RMS
- Peak power handling 400 watts
- Sensitivity 90 dB
- Top-mount depth 2-5/8"
- Priced per pair
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Randy L S From Abilene, TX
Perfect is a pretty fitting name for these speakers. I'm glad I got a chance to grab a pair of these decade old components while I still could. I honestly don't see the need to use any sort of HP filter on these babies seeing as how the impedance at 70ohm pretty much acts like a HP filter. Those who complain about the lack of bass didn't bother to turn off their hp filter, didn't try to amp it up, or at least didn't deaden their doors. These jewels have pulled not only the soundstage up higher where I like it thanks to the tweets being up on the dash but it has also brought the bass more up front because I hear more bass coming from the front while I still feel it from the back. They had sound decent when I was only pumping 50w rms but the jump to 195w rms has brought even more depth and clarity.
I'll accept the manual's dare that there isn't an active crossover on the market that can replace their passive Linquitz-Riley crossover. That was 12 years ago when that manual was written and it looks like AudioControl has exactly what I need. Bi-amping them will be so much more fun.
ferdie C. From alberta canada
the specs and design on these speakers are well thought and well designed. the metal cone design will transfer heat away from the voice coils. good idea, 24db/oct is steep enough for you to dial in your cutoff frequency. the metal dome tweeter will shimmer and make brass reproduction very accurate. RMS power handling is average and is perfect blend for a system with subwoofer. I would recommend running them at 200-300 RMS per channel at 4 ohms with a HPF cutoff freq set at 60-70 Hz to get these components performing at best. I would recommend these to people looking for accurate details in their music.
reggaemeg From Portland OR
|well,been an infinity fan since kappas came on the market, 6.1 highs are bright, but counters the hiway noise, rite,dudes? Am Old Fart, but like my roots reggae like in the 70's Now I really appreciate HD radio with these drivers, jazz and classical too have also infinity bass link to drive dem lows! Cadence 4x100w daytona amp powers these 6.1 and 6x9 clif for back fill in rear doors,
Happy as a dam clam at age 60! and still playing me music LOUD.|