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DLS UP4 Ultimate Series 2-Way 4" 160W Component Speaker System (pair)

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DLS UP4 Ultimate Series 2-Way 4' 160 Watt Car Component Speaker System (pair)

Brand: DLS
Condition: New

4" 2-way component with Kevlar cone
Fit most cars designed for 4" speakers
Can be installed in new BMW cars where the door speakers are attached with four screws
The tweeter fits directly in the A-pillar tweeter attachment for BMW
A 200 Hz High pass filter can be switched IN when used in BMW cars with subwoofer
Neodymium magnet system
Small installation depth
Powerful neodymium magnet system
Filter boxes with selectable tweeter level in two steps
25 mm silk dome tweeter T25
Grilles are included
Authorized Dealer

Woofer size: 4"
Tweeter: T25 - 25 mm silk dome tweeter
Power handling (RMS): 80 Watts each
Power handling (peak): 160 Watts each
Impedance: 4 ohm
Frequency range: 65-20 000 Hz
Sensitivity: 89 dB
Crossover: Box filter with HP-filter 200 Hz, can be switched in
Crossover point: 5000 Hz
Size of filter box: 5.71" x 3.34 x 1.77"
Outer diameter of woofer: 4"
Magnet size: 1.38" x 0.55" neodymium
Mounting depth: 1.77"; Tweeter: 0.7"
Mounting hole: 4"; Tweeter: 1.8"

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