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MB Quart FKB116 Formula Series 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Car Audio Speakers 120W (2 Pair)

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MB Quart FKB116 Formula Series 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Car Audio Speakers 120W (2 Pair)

The ideal balance of a high-end car audio system requires the ideal mix of speaker tone, deep bass impact, and clean undistorted. The MB Quart Formula Series of speakers provide the base for a great sounding, impeccable system. These 6-1/2 in. Formula Series 2-Way Coaxial Speakers have aluminum dome tweeters with polypropylene cone speakers. Peak handling on these 6-1/2 in. car speakers is 120 watts; RMS is 60 watts.


  • MB Quart FKB116 (2 pairs)
  • Formula Series 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Car Audio Speakers
  • Power Handling:
  • RMS: 60 Watts
  • Peak: 120 Watts
  • Impedance: 4 Ohms
  • Tweeter Dome Material: Aluminum dome tweeters
  • Speaker Surround: Butyl rubber surrounds provide durability and deeper mid-bass impact
  • Cone Material: Lightweight thermal-formed polypropylene cones enable faster midrange response
  • Surround Cone Coupling: The cone/surround connection utilizes a high temp adhesive which assure the cone and surround do not separate in high power uses or extremes of weather
  • Voice Coil: Pure Copper
  • Tweeter Size: 1"
  • Frequency Response: 40Hz - 22kHz
  • Sensitivity: 88dB
  • Dimensions:
  • Mounting Diameter / Cut Out: 5.59"
  • Outside Diameter: 7.01"
  • Mounting Depth / Chassis Depth: 2.13"

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