Ok, so I may not be the best person to review these speakers, because at a glance, they look like something you would see in young thugs trunk, vibrating the neighborhood and setting off car alarms. Let me take a step back... I replaced the head unit in my 2006 dodge charger, and quickly found out that the system is specifically tuned with all components in mind. Removing one component makes the whole system sound like a jam box on someone's shoulder in the subway. After speaking to a friend of mine who does audio work as a hobby, I decided to invest in these speakers (and amp). Let me first say that the package came very well protected with plenty of styrofoam and cardboard, floating inside a bunch of packing peanuts. The downside would be the nonexistent instructions. Let's face it though... If you get something like this, you either are going to have them professionally installed and tuned, or you already know what you are doing. I had my friend do it and helped with the hiding of the cables.
After joking everything up, the sound was incredible, showcasing the range of sounds that music artists intend for you to hear. Very clear rich music from jazz to hip-hop to country. All of it sounds good!
So, my earlier comment about being the wrong person to review these speakers... I never wanted to win competitions or inform the neighbors of my purchase. With the controls set at the half way point. They are performing very nicely! I don't intend to push them to the max. As another side note, I purchased an amp wiring kit from my local "low price-always" superstores for about 25 bucks. Be aware that these kits rarely include speakerwire...so another $10 trip to the "zone of auto parts" and we got it done in an hour. There is also a remote control wire with a control nob that we ran to fit nicely in my ashtray. I haven't had success in getting that to work, and there were no instructions to figure it out. It's on my to do list to mess with, along with learning Spanish, and cleaning out my garage. I'll get around to eventually. Anyway, I love my new sounds in my ride! Oh, I forgot to mention, the speaker box fits perfectly in the back of my trunk near the seats. The fit has about 5 inches to spare, perfect for the amp with room for air circulation.