Car Audio Speakers Component Kit – 2 Pcs. 6.5” SVC Speakers
- Product Dimensions
6.81 x 6.81 x 3.07 inches
- Item Weight
- Speaker Type
- Recommended Uses For Product
- Mounting Type
Two 6.5-inch SVC speakers, two aluminum tweeters, and two crossover networks are included in this set of automotive audio speaker components. Additionally, grilles, wiring, and mounting hardware are supplied for easy installation on your car. A pair of mid-range frequency speakers, a crossover, and a separate tweeter make up component speaker systems. It will sound considerably better and expand the sound stage in your automobile if you mount a tweeter separately from your mid-range speaker.
- Connect the crossover to the positive and negative poles accordingly.
- T (Tweeter), W (Woofer), IN (input from amplifier)
- One Pair 6.5” Three-Way Component Speaker Systems
- Non-fatiguing Butyl Rubber Surround
- 1” High-Temperature ASV Voice Coil
- Standard 6.5” Size Fits OEM Locations
- Ensures Low Distortion
- Flush and Surface Mount Capability
- 12dB Octave Passive Crossover Network
What’s in the Box:
- (2) 6.5” Woofers
- (2) Aluminum Tweeters
- (2) Crossover Network
- Mounting Hardware
- Power Handling: 80 Watts Max, (Tweeter); 150 Watts Peak Power (Woofer)
- Impedance: 4 Ohm
- Sensitivity: 91 dB
- Frequency Response (woofer): 50Hz – 5000Hz
- Frequency Response (tweeter): 2KHz – 20KHz
- Voice Coil: 1.5”
- Tweeter Size: 2.3”
MADE TO LAST
This automotive audio speaker component kit will undoubtedly demonstrate its durability over time. This speaker set can undoubtedly endure hours of non-stop music thanks to its precisely developed material and non-fatiguing butyl rubber surround.
This speaker set ensures minimum distortion for your audio and will undoubtedly produce a crystal clean sound for your music thanks to its 4-ohm impedance and wide range of response. A 1″ high-temperature ASV voice coil is also used in its construction.
COMPATIBILITY OF VEHICLES
This speaker set’s typical size of 6.5″ makes it suitable for original equipment manufacturer (OEM) installations in the majority of automobiles. With the mounting hardware and supplied grilles, you can attach it in a surface-mounted or flush-mounted manner.
Frequently Asked Questions
One end has the speaker cone’s centre attached to it, and the moving coil drives that end back and forth. This cone’s edges are maintained in place by an airtight surround or suspension. The air around the cone is pushed and pulled as it moves, which causes sound waves—pressure waves in the atmosphere—to form.
Installation of a set of components entails mounting the woofer, the tweeter, and any crossovers included with the speaker set. The only other components required for the installation would be any speaker spacers or speaker harnesses.
Although full-range speakers are less expensive and simpler to install, component speakers have higher sound quality. Since the majority of OEM systems employ full-range speakers, upgrading usually involves installing new speakers.
A pair of mid-range frequency speakers, a crossover, and a separate tweeter make up component speaker systems. It will sound considerably better and expand the sound stage in your automobile if you mount a tweeter separately from your mid-range speaker.
Yes, if you want to get the most out of your component speakers, you will need an amp. Your component speakers will sound better since the amp will supply them with greater power.
A crossover of some kind is necessary for every speaker system. Component speaker sets include independent outboard crossovers, many of which have choices for the tweeter level. Every full-range, coaxial speaker already has a small crossover network integrated into it someplace, with the tweeter located in front of the woofer cone.
Since there are three channels, the component speakers and the subwoofer share two of them. Since they provide a good solution for the restricted space in vehicles with small interiors, three-channel amplifiers are widely used.
A component speaker is a car audio speaker that has been tuned for the best possible sound. To reduce the frequency range that each speaker must precisely reproduce, a crossover is typically used to pair a set of tweeters and mid-bass drivers.
Although full-range speakers are less expensive and simpler to install, component speakers have higher sound quality. Since full-range speakers are used in the majority of OEM systems, upgrading usually just involves installing new speakers.