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Infinity REF5032CFX Reference Series 6-1/2" 270W Max Power Component Speaker System

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Infinity REF5032CFX Reference Series 6-1/2" 270W Max Power Component Speaker System

New Reference speakers are designed to deliver Infinity‚Äôs signature sound in more vehicles. They feature edge-driven textile tweeters for smooth, clear highs and the larger models offer an adjustable tweeter output level control for high-frequency optimization based on installation location or the listener's preference. Oversized Plus One‚ĄĘ woofers offer more surface area for higher bass output and enhanced midrange performance. Plus our newly engineered baskets are optimized to fit most factory speaker locations.¬†


  • Power Handling :90W RMS, 270W peak
  • Sensitivity: (@ 2.83V)93dB
  • Frequency Response: 53Hz – 21kHz
  • Impedance: 3.0 ohms

  • 1 x Pair of woofers
  • 1 x Pair of tweeters
  • 1 x Pair of speaker grilles
  • 1 x Pair of crossovers
  • 1 x Pair of woofer mounting brackets
  • 1 x Pair of tweeter surface mount accessories
  • 1 x Pair of tweeter flush mount accessories
  • 1 x Pair of tweeter nuts
  • 1 x Pair of tweeter flat washers
  • 6 x Tweeter mounting screws
  • 8 x Woofer mounting screws
  • 8 x Crossover mounting screws
  • 8 x Speed clips
  • 1 x Foam mounting tape
  • 1 x Owner’s manual

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