Bought these while on sale ... have to say that they are/were definitely worth the money I spent on them. Since then, the price has gone up and at nearly 200.00 I would be hard pressed to choose these over the Image Dynamics for a little less... both are great budget components, but this review is about the Quarts Crossovers are clean, easy to wire and a good size to tuck away after installation. they allow for a 0, -3 and -6db on the tweeter... you'll likely need it the higher you mount them Tweeters are large, keep that in mind for your install - and they are quite bright when used on-axis. It seems as though the tweeter was designed to be used in a kick panel or low in a door (where most OEM speakers are located). If you do plan on using these higher or more on-axis, you will want to make sure you have a source unit that has an EQ in it so you can attenuate the tweeter. Please note that while I do find them quite bright, I didn't find them offensive or harsh... just very revealing and efficient. I did have to EQ them flat at 6.5k to take away the brightness, but once that EQ cut was made, they calmed down and sound amazing. Midbass seems very well built, and looks/acts as though it can take a serious amount of power and daily pounding even when crossed over low (60hz vs 80-120hz) As a set, I have found them to be very revealing and once the tweeter (I am using them on-axis) is attenuated to a reasonable level, they are a joy to listen to and cause little ear fatigue even on long drives.
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