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JBL MS-62C 6.5" Components, 2 sets

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Item(s) for Sale:

JBL MS-62C

 

Item(s) Description/Condition:

NIB

These are one of the hottest values in 6.5" components right now. Build quality on these is on par with $500+ sets from other brands. Even the manual stands out, with full color photos.

 

JBL® MS-62C at a glance:

 

  • 6-1/2-inch fiberglass laminate woofer cone with vented, cast-aluminum basket
  • Titanium inverted-dome tweeter
  • Separate woofer and tweeter modules with a high-quality external crossover
  • Woofer phase plug
  • Spring-loaded push terminals

 

  • Power handling, RMS 160W for the set (80W per side)
  • Frequency Response 60Hz - 20kHz
  • Nominal Impedance 4 ohms

 

Price:

$200 shipped

 

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

Free USPS Ground shipping within the Continental US

international shipping available

 

Item Pictures:

 

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I can do a package deal with a Massive Audio BX2 2-channel amplifier or a Precision Power P900.4 4-channel amplifier, as well as an amplifier installation kit and extra RCAs. If you want coaxials for the rear I have JBL GTO628 and GTO8628 6.5s or 6x8s in stock.

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package deal available, see end of post

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how do these compare with Infinity perfect 6.1s


'05 F250 King Ranch Crew Cab 4X4 Off Road Modded Powerstroke

Rebuild in process

Pioneer DEH 80PRS

Modded Linear Power LP4753IQ

Front Woofer: Infinity Kappa Perfect 6.5"

Front Tweeter: SEAS Neos in pods

Back: Pioneer TS-D6802R

Knukonceptz Karma 12ga

Stinger HPM3 RCA's

Big 8: PhoenixGold Oga

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how do these compare with Infinity perfect 6.1s

 

Without hearing either set it's a guess, but the two sets should be at a similar level for quality and output while having different characteristics. I believe the Kappa Perfect line was discontinued before the MS line from JBL was released, so MS-62C has the latest technology.

 

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any trades?

 

Cash


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Without hearing either set it's a guess, but the two sets should be at a similar level for quality and output while having different characteristics. I believe the Kappa Perfect line was discontinued before the MS line from JBL was released, so MS-62C has the latest technology.

 

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Cash

 

what an unusual medium of exchange.

 

also, are these under warranty?


Get taken down to funky town

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also, are these under warranty?

 

Yes. It's a 1-year warranty against defects if purchased within the US. http://www.jbl.com/images/media/JBLCar1YrWarranty.pdf


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My JBL/Infinity distributor is out of MS-62C until they can meet their minimum order. I ordered the P660C Power components to substitute and they will be in my hands tomorrow.


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