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#1 Wii Bird

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Posted 13 May 2007 - 05:02 AM

I had a pair of them in my Cadillac and they were extremely loud. No matter what type of music you listen to they are clear, loud, and are really hard to break. Then once I hooked up my 300W Pioneer AMP to them, they acted like small subwoofers, you would think a 6x9 would not last long with a amp full force powering them well, I still have them and they still work great!
I would recommend these speakers to anyone who is looking for a non-expensive, easy to hook up, and a cool looking speaker.
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Loud : 8.5/10
Clearness : 9/10
Price: 9.7/10
Total : 27.2/30
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Posted 13 May 2007 - 03:58 PM

i have JL 6X9's in my firebird that are powered by a 300W amp, they are awesome, i wish i could say the same about my 4X6 pioneer's(the best ones they make) , i blew them both running off the deck, disappointed
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Posted 13 May 2007 - 05:00 PM

Ya, I am a JL fan myself as well
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Posted 02 August 2007 - 06:35 PM

Alpine 6x9's in the '87 and wow. Best i've heard and they only cost like $100 for a set

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Posted 03 August 2007 - 08:29 AM

i have/ think the size in my merc. are 4x6 and i have 4 of them in there and there are great and they were 70 bucks a pair and i am gettin the same for my bird which i think they are 4x6 in front and back are 6x9. and yes i got them from curcit city and they are still goin strong!!!!
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Posted 02 August 2009 - 07:54 PM

Never been a fan of the 4x6 speakers.

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Posted 14 April 2016 - 08:30 PM

We had to replace the Heater Core in our 1987 Firebird Formula, still an original car.

I found the following and hubby installed them in t he dash and rear and they were a perfect fit.

Sounds incredibly better, even with the original Delco Cassette Stereo.

(Now I just gatta get him on board with changing out the stereo! HaHa)

 

Replaced with:

                1)  KENWOOD Door/Rear Deck Speaker                                 KFC-4675C

                                4x6 inch 2-way 2-speaker                                                                             COST: $69.99

                                Woofer………………….…… 95mm x 153 mm (4x6 inch) Cone

                                Tweeter………………….….. 25 mm (1 inch) Balanced Dome

                                Peak Power………………... 60W

                                Frequency Response….. 50 Hz – 25,000 Hz

                                Sensitivity……….………….. 90 dB / W at 1 m

                                Impedance…………………. 4

                                Net Weight…………………. 760 g (1.7 lb) / Pair

 

                2)  KENWOOD Flush Mount Speaker                       KFC-6995PS

                                6x9 inch 5-way 2-speaker                                                                             COST: $99.99

                                125Watts RMS Power   

                                Cutout Diameter………… 5-7/8 x 8-9/16 Oval  (3-1/16 in. Depth)

                                Woofer………………….…… 153mm x 229 mm (6x9 inch) Cone

                                Midrange……………………. 70 mm (2-3/4 in.) Cone

                                Tweeter………………….….. 20 mm (13/16 in.) Balanced Dome

                                *Super Tweeter……..….. 12 mm (1/2 in.) Dome

                                *Super Tweeter……..….. 10 mm (3/8 in.) Ceramic

                                Peak Power………………... 650W

                                Frequency Response….. 60 Hz – 20,000 Hz

                                Sensitivity……….………….. 88 dB / W at 1 m

                                Impedance…………………. 4

                                Net Weight…………………. 000 g (0.0 lb) / Pair






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