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Sony XS-GTR1720S Item# 28732
6-1/2 " 320W 2-Way Xplod Series Component Car Speaker System
Sony :: XS-GTR1720S :: $89.00
MSRP: $149.99
Regular Price: $99.99
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Condition: Brand New Avg Rating: 4 Star Rating
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Features

Power Handling

  • 75W RMS
  • 320W Peak

General Features

  • Mica Reinforced Cellular (MRC) Fiber midwoofer for a light yet rigid cone
  • 1" Aluminum dome tweeter with neodymium magnet
  • Tweeter mounting: surface, angle and flush capabilities
  • Adjustable tweeter positioning
  • Bi-amp design to run power to the midwoofer and tweeters separately
  • Integrated crossover
  • 4 ohms impedance
  • Ferrite magnet structure
  • Top-mount depth: 2-5/8"

 

  • UPC: 027242772816
  • Weight: 8
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Customer Reviews

4 Star Rating Neon From Baltimore, MD

2010 Toyota Corolla LE

Definately sound better than the stock sound in the car. Using the speakers with a Sony X-plod deck, and the original vehicle wiring.

I would recommend using bi-amping with these speakers because that's what they're designed for! I've bridged the Tweeter and Woofer onto the same audio signal... for now. these speakers leave room for one to bi-amp at a later stage with little modification on the previous installation - just need to run one more audio cable from the door to the amp.

I'll definately run the speakers through seperate amplifiers (one for the woofer, and one for the tweeter) to test if there's a significant improvement in the the sound  quality. If it's worth it, I'll invest in bi-amping (installing some additional amps)

For now, they're not a bad buy if you're planning to just run them right outta the deck.

 
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