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Clif Designs :: PX650C :: $79.00

Clif Designs PX650C

Item# 15120

6-1/2" Component Speakers System

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  • Butyl rubber surround
  • MICA cone
  • 25MM High temperature aluminum voice coil
  • 1102 Strontium magnet
  • Tweeter:
    • 25MM Silk dome tweeter
    • Sensitivity: 90db
    • Frequency response: 4KHz - 22KHz
    • Neodymium magnet
    • Surface/Flush/Angel mounting
    • Crossover points: 3.5KHz slope 12db/OCT
    • Attenuation: -3db - +3db
  • Mid-Bass Structure:
    • Butyl rubber surround
    • Ultra high density glass fiber cone
    • 25MM high temperature kapton voice coil
    • Ferrite Magnet
    • Extremelyridged alloy basket
    • Mounting depth: 2.5"
    • Priced per pair
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*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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   Luc From Ottawa
I purchase two set of those for my motor cycle witch has an Anvic D3 and THX thunder pro. 2 days later their trash. I would only suggest the crossover

   Jason sawyer From Nassau,Bahamas
I own a pair of these speaker.They look and sound good. bUt the only problem with these speakers they can't take to much power. I have them hook up to a Boss CH1600 watt amp. After the 6th day the burst. I recommend buying the more expensive version of these speaker.

   Rob From UNCC
I'm with the guy ahead of me. For the money and the simple fact that you're buying a component system.. Spend more so you'll be truly satisfied. I will say this. These can't take the 80 or so RMS watts I throw at them and they start popping like mad when i get pissed and blast em. That said, when I turn it just to the brink of mad distortion, they do handle it beautifully. I'd say look at the more power hungry models of components by Clif. If they're designed like these as far as durability goes, you'll have a hard time screwing them up. These are really solid speakers with tweeters that are POWERFUL. I have a feeling I'll be stuck with these tweeters long after the woofers blow. Probably won't use em tho. In one word: durable.