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|Customer Review Summary for Infinity 682.9cf|
|May 9, 2011||Bass-y replacement speakers.||
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
BeeMan458 from Magalia, CA (Sierras)
These speakers were purchased to replace a front/back set of speakers in a 99 F-250 King Cab. The speakers are being driven by a JVC KD-R810 receiver.
The truck is like most trucks, noisy and hard on sound quality. I find these speakers to be "very" bass-y. Being bass-y is both good and bad as it's hard to find a balance between sound enhancing bass and sound distorting bass; overriding the treble.
I find the highs to be clean but the equalizer has to be carefully set so the bass-y nature of the speakers doesn't overwhelm the treble as I have old man ears (I'm 59) and typically, old men lose the highs in their hearing so the highs have to be boosted via the equalizer to compensate for this natural hearing loss.
Overall, I find these to be pricey but with a sensitivity of 94db, a response range of 40Hz - 25,000Hz, an impedance of only 2 Ohms with an adjustable tweeter, I find these speakers to be well designed and very efficient so as to assure you'll get the most out typically underpowered, in-dash receivers like the one I have.
A word to the wise, these are "STIFF" speakers to they will take some time to break-in and become flexible or responsive to the signal you're going be feeding them. You need to give them a hundred hours or so of play time before they'll loosen up and come into their own. Also, I like how well they're designed to deal with the affects of door water that typically leaks into the doorway.
Hope the above helps.