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Blaupunkt GTM652W 6.5" 200W 4-Way Waterproof Marine Speaker 6.5-inch White (pair)

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Blaupunkt GTM652W 6.5" 200W 4-Way Waterproof Marine Speaker 6.5-inch White (pair)

The Blaupunkt GTM652W 6.5-inch marine speakers are the perfect choice for your boat or watercraft. They are waterproof, 4-way coaxial speakers that can handle up to 200 watts of power. They deliver a clear and balanced sound, with a polypropylene woofer and a Mylar tweeter. They have a stylish white design that will suit any marine environment. They are easy to install, with all the necessary hardware and wires included. With the Blaupunkt marine GTM652W speakers, you can enjoy your music on the water with confidence and quality.

  • Waterproof – resistant to rain, splash and spray
  • 4 way coaxial design (tweeter, 2 midrange, woofer)
  • 200 watts max power handling each speaker
  • 80 watts RMS (continuous) power handling each speaker
  • 6.5" polypropylene woofer cone with butyl surround
  • Mylar dome tweeter
  • 1" high temperature aluminum voice coil
  • Efficiency: 90 dB
  • 8 oz ceramic magnet
  • 4 ohms Impedance
  • Frequency response: 80 hz – 20 khz
  • Cutout diameter: 5.39"
  • Overall diameter: 7"
  • Mounting depth: 2.6"
  • Sold as pair

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