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February 16, 2014 Sounds phenomenal!!!!
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Riad from Orlando, FL
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Got these to replace my cerwin vega vmax 6.5 components because the tweeters are a little harsh. These Jbl components sound incredibly awesome, they dont get as loud as the vegas but the sound quality is fantastic. Driver and tweeter build are good and the crossover is well made as well. The tweeters were a bit tricky to get into the cup holders but once they were in they looked flawless!! In all they were a good addition to my system.
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March 13, 2013 JBL MS-62C
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Ian from Kailua, HI
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GREAT sounding components. For the price, you cannot go wrong.
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January 5, 2013 Great Value from SE and Seriously Well-Built
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Mark from Porter Ranch, CA
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Currently have these comps mounted in well-deadened doors. First powered them with a Rockford P8004 and now have them getting juice from an Eclipse 36501. They accept the power much more willingly from the Eclipse amp and will play around with bridging them on the four channels of the Eclipse when more wiring arrives.

The woofers in this set can seriously produce some good midbass, but are very install-dependent. Without the doors properly deadened, you won't be getting the midbass clarity these speakers are so good at producing. Have noticed that, even without a sub, these constantly help point out new parts of the doors to deaden. You could legitimately use these without subwoofers if you're just looking for well-rounded sound.

The tweeters, despite being metal domes, are respectably laid-back. They are not shrill or sibilant which has been my experience with other metal domes in the past. This might also have to do with the crossover points JBL chose in the passive crossovers as it seems the woofers carry most of the sonics and the tweeters just close it out from about 2.5KHz up. Also, I like the fact that JBL included both surface-mount and angle-mount cups that are easy to work with and not made of cheap plastic. The tweeter is easily removable from either housing as well if you need shallow mounting.

I have not yet run these active, but am considering doing so in the not-so-distant future. Have been very impressed running them passive and they are meticulous at reproducing live instruments well. Drummers or fans of accurately reproduced drums will see the benefits of this more than anyone else as they know how difficult it is to get cymbals right on car audio speakers. Additionally, all guitar and bass work is well-presented. You can clearly hear individual picks and strums and bass riffs are easily distinguished.

In short, this was a very worthwhile purchase and I would easily recommend this set to anyone, regardless of budget. They are serious contenders in the sub-200 (heck, even the sub-300) market.
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