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Pioneer TS-F1634R 6.5" 200 Watts Max 4 Ohms 2-Way Car Audio Speaker (Pair)

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Pioneer TS-F1634R 6.5" 200 Watts 2-Way Car Audio Speaker (Pair)

These Pioneer TS-F1634R 6.5" 200W 2-Way Speakers are excellent choices to get the most out of your car stereo. They're designed with a shallow basket for versatile installation and feature an IMPP cone/88 dB and 4-ohm coil for improved sensitivity and reduced distortion. These 2-way car speakers offer 200W Max/25W RMS power, which delivers clear sound at powerful volumes. The lightweight of these units makes them easy to transport and also reduces the load on your car. This product generates a clean sound that you can enjoy for all styles of music. These Pioneer car stereo speakers are solidly constructed and designed to hold up to lots of use. These units come in a pair, and you can wire them into virtually any audio setup. Use them to replace broken stock parts or to add some extra oomph to your car's music. These speakers are compatible with a wide range of accessories from Pioneer, which you can use to customize your sound system.


  • 2-way car speakers for 6-1/2" (pair)
  • 200W max/25W RMS power
  • 4-ohm speakers have a shallow basket for versatile installation
  • IMPP cone/88 dB
  • 4-ohm coil
  • Frequency response: 31Hz-16,000Hz
  • Pioneer car stereo speakers are simple to install
  • Outstanding sound quality for jamming out while you drive

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