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MB Quart FKB108 Formula Series 3.5" 2-Way Coaxial Speakers 70 Watts Black (Pair)

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MB Quart FKB108 Formula Series 3.5" 2-Way Coaxial Speakers 70 Watts Black (Pair)

The ideal balance of a high-end car audio system requires the ideal mix of speaker tone, deep bass impact and clean undistorted power. The MB Quart Formula Series of speakers provide the base for a great sounding, impeccable system. These 3-1/2 in. Formula Series 2-Way Coaxial Speakers have aluminum dome tweeters with polypropylene cone speakers. Peak handling power on these 3-1/2 in. car speakers is 70 watts; RMS is 35 watts.


  • MB Quart FKB 108 (FKB108)
  • Formula Series 3.5" 2-Way Coaxial Speakers
  • RMS: 35 Watts
  • Peak: 70 Watts
  • Frequency Response: 80Hz - 20kHz
  • Sensitivity: 88dB
  • Aluminum dome tweeters
  • Butyl rubber surrounds
  • Ferrite maget motor
  • Kapton voice coil former is lightweight and efficiently dissipates heat
  • 1 inch tweeters produce clear highs while handling plenty of power without sound harsh
  • Crossover Point: 6kHz
  • Crossover Slope: 12dB
  • Dimensions:
  • Mounting Diameter: 3.41"
  • Outside Diameter: 3.41"
  • Mounting Depth: 1.5"

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