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DLS Performance M357 2-Way 5" x 7" 150 Watts Coaxial Speaker (pair)

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Sorry, this product has been discontinued.

Performance series M357 is a new 5" x 7" 2-way coaxial speaker with a 20 mm silk dome tweeter
This new speaker produces a high quality sound from lowest bass up to highest treble
Fits directly into many Ford and Mazda cars
Separate cable filter
Grilles are not included
Authorized Dealer

Woofer size: 5" x 7" (138mm x 195mm)
Tweeter: 20 mm (0.8") silk dome tweeter
Power handling capacity: 60 W RMS / 90 W max / 150 W peak power
Impedance: 4 ohm
Frequency range: 70 - 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity: 86 dB (1W/1m)
Crossover: External cable crossover
Outer diameter of woofer: 138 x 195 mm (5.4" x 7.7")
Cone material: Wowen fibre glass
Magnet size: 80 mm (3.15")
Mounting depth: 66 mm (2.6")
Mounting hole: 128mm x 185mm (5.03" x 7.3")
Weight: 0.9 kg (2 lbs) each
Size of filter box: 72mm x 36mm x 35mm
EAN Bar code: 7331644822301

2 x M357 Coaxial Speaker
2 x M357 Crossover
Mounting Hardwares
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