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ViperGuy
04-26-2004, 04:30 AM
I can spend around $100 and need some 6.5" speakers. They must have a mounting depth around 2" or less and I am having a hard time finding any. I just installed some Kenwood eXcelon's (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-Vjuh0Hupkos/cgi-bin/prodview.asp?i=113XR601&) yesterday but wanted to know if there are any other 6.5's. with a shallow mount depth.

limitkid7
04-27-2004, 04:11 PM
www.ikesound.com

infiniti reference components 6.5


General Specifications


Sensitivity: 92 dB

Sensitivity: The rating of a loudspeaker that indicates the level of a sound intensity that the speaker produces (in dB) at a distance of one meter when it receives one watt of input power. The Efficiency or Sensitivity rating indicates how effectively a speaker converts electrical power from the amplifier into sound pressure. This is frequently related to larger magnet sizes, larger voice coil diameters, and more compliant suspensions. Optimized enclosures are essential in achieving maximum sensitivity, overall. The higher the Decibel number, the more efficient the speaker and the louder it will play with the same input power. While usually more expensive, an efficient speaker helps maximize the potential of the available power.

RMS Power Range : 2-90 Watts

RMS: Root Mean Square is a formula that provides a reasonably accurate means of measuring and comparing continuous AC power. The use of this measure is preferred when matching system components, like amplifiers and receivers.

Peak Power Handling: 270 Watts

Peak Power Handling: Peak power handling refers to the amount of power a speaker is estimated to handle during a brief high-intensity musical burst. Since this can vary with both frequency and amplitude, it is a much less accurate way to judge speaker durability and performance than RMS.

Frequency response: 53-21000 Hz

Frequency Response: The range of frequencies that a speaker will reproduce (lowest frequency to the highest). While the optimal normal is 20 - 20,000 Hz (Hertz), the range of human hearing for individuals is often much more restricted. A good full-range speaker system however, will reproduce as much of this range as possible in order to cover all variations. Individual Drivers are limited to reproducing only that part of the spectrum for which they were made, so their response will be limited, but still a necessary point to consider when designing a complete sound system.

Diameter: 6.5 Inch






Features




Plus One+ polypropylene woofer

hi-roll rubber surround

edge-driven textile dome tweeter

2-way external crossover network (18 dB/octave, 3,500 Hz high-pass and low-pass)

frequency response 53-21,000 Hz

power range 2-90 watts RMS

peak power handling 270 watts

sensitivity 92 dB

top-mount depth 1-15/16"

Speakers and component speakers are usually come as a pair unless noted differently.

spartics
04-27-2004, 04:40 PM
go to cardiscountstereos.com to find some great deals