Earthquake :: FC5.2 :: $89.00

Earthquake FC5.2

Item# 12629

Component Speakers (Pair)

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  • 180 Watts Max
  • FR 60Hz-22kHz.
  • Impedance 4 ohms.
  • Two 5.25" midranges: Fiber impregnated poly cone.
  • Super wide edge rubber surround.
  • 1" high temperature voice coil.
  • 15Oz magnet.
  • Two 1" mylar dome tweeters: Neodymium magnet.
  • Polyswitch tweeter protection.
  • 360 degrees swivel mesh.
  • Angle / flush / surface mount options.
  • Two Xover networks: 18dB/Oct. high pass @ 4kHz.
  • 12dB/Oct. low pass @ 4kHz.
  • Authorized Internet Dealer
*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
This item is accompanied by a manufacturer's warranty. If it is found to be defective, it may be returned to for replacement within 30 days from the original date of purchase with proper return authorization. After the 30 day time period, products must be returned to their original manufacturer for the remainder of the manufacturer's warranty period.

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   mack From Bay Area (CA)
I bought these speakers for one reason: to make bass. The 5 1/4's were installed as door speakers, powered by a 100watt amp, with no subwoofer. The vehicle has since been outfitted with a Bazooka sub, which produces far more bass, but these definitely gave a lot of bang for the buck. Only complaint is that one of the speakers developed a very subtle distortion early on, before it was replaced. Don't know if this was a defect or just very mild damage. I have, unfortunately, blown the speakers more than once sending too much bass at too high of a volume. But otherwise, no complaints. They've tolerated a lot of abuse, and stood up as well as I'd expect. (Note that I'm not rating quality in comparison to any "higher quality" speaker... these were replacing a rather poorly configured pair of cheap 4" speakers that made no bass. But I've yet to hear a pair of 5 1/4's make the lower frequency pressure that these do, while still sounding good in the mid/upper ranges.)