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JVC CS-J620 300W Peak / 30W RMS 6.5" CS Series 2-Way Coaxial Car Speakers (Pair)

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6.5" CS Series 2-Way Car Speakers
Power Handling: Peak: 300 watts / RMS: 30 watts
Mica cone; Ferrite Magnet-Woofer and Neodymium Magnet -Tweeter; Hybrid Surround
Hybrid Rubber and Cloth surround
1" Poly-Ether Imide balanced dome tweeter

The JVC CS-J620 features a Mica Cone and Hybrid Surround, built onto a steel stamped frame, to bring you an affordable set of speakers intended to meet or exceed the performance of traditional OEM 6-1/2" speaker. The 30 watts RMS power handling of each speaker allows for user to add a modest amplifier - unlike an OEM speaker - to really bring out the life of his or her audio system and properly reach the full performance of the CS-J620.

-Speaker Size: 6-1/2"
-Design: 2-way
-Tweeter Design: Balanced Dome
-Tweeter Size: 1"
-Tweeter Composition: Poly-Ether Imide
-Woofer Composition: Mica Injected Polypropylene (MIPP)
-Woofer Surround: Rubber
-Peak Power Handling: 300 watts
-RMS Power Handling: 30 watts
-Sensitivity: 92 dB
-Frequency Response: 35 - 22000 Hz
-Impedance (Per Voice Coil) :4 ohms
-Top-Mount Depth: 1-23/32"
-Speaker Grilles: Yes
-Number of Speakers: 2

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