The Kappa line of premium loudspeakers -which incorporates the very best in high-end design and proven technology -has long been one of the world's most recognized and admired. Kappa loudspeakers take car audio speaker technology to a whole new level with features such as Plus One (patent pending) cones; true-four-ohm topology; UniPivot (patent no. 6,002,780) edge-driven tweeters; and industry-leading mounting systems, including Intermount III (patent no. 6,505,705) and I-Mount (patent no. 5,859,917), and the Starfish tweeter-mounting adapter
Coaxial speakers that bring your car’s sound system to life.
Looking for a more moving audio experience? Take Infinity car audio for a ride. Innovative materials and breakthrough engineering have always put Infinity products out in front of the competition’s. So expect extreme output from us. But be prepared for accuracy and detail that may surprise you. The Kappa line of premium loudspeakers – which incorporates the very best in high-end design and proven technology – has long been one of the world’s most recognized and admired.
Kappa 62.9i at a glance:
- Plus One woofer cones
- Woven glass fiber woofer cone material
- Edge-driven MMD dome tweeters
- UniPivot tweeters
- Ultrahigh-frequency response (up to 35kHz)
- True Four Ohm Impedance
- Computer-optimized voice-matched outboard passive
- Adjustable tweeter level control
- Intermount III mounting system
The Plus One cone on the Kappa series provides more overall speaker-cone area than others in its class
Plus One woofer cones
The Plus One cone on the Kappa series provides more overall speaker-cone area than others in its class. With an effective increase in cone area, the speaker radiates more air. Also, the woven glass fiber woofer cone material produces a lighter and stiffer cone. The result is a better low-frequency response and a greater ability to make those important nearly tangible musical notes that people often associate with a larger speaker size.
Woven glass fiber woofer cones
Woven glass fiber woofer cone material is both extremely stiff and very light. This minimizes cone flex while allowing the cone to react quickly which yields very low distortion, improved clarity and deep low frequency response; all Infinity trademarks.
Edge-driven MMD dome tweeters
These are not commonly used W-domes, but fully edge driven domes like those found in fine home audio loudspeakers. This much larger voice coil increases power handling and provides better sonic integration with the mid-woofer. An edge-driven tweeter also has better dispersion characteristics and allows for a lower crossover frequency than comparable tweeters of its size, which improves imaging. The result is improved vocals and clarity in music.
A wide frequency response that extends to 35kHz helps compensate for speaker placement variations in the car and human hearing deficiencies in the high-frequency spectrum above 15kHz
Sometimes tweeters aren’t positioned in the best locations. To compensate for this, the Kappa 62.9i coaxial speakers have an innovative feature called UniPivot. UniPivot allows you the ability to “aim” the tweeters for improved stereo imaging anywhere that they are installed. The result is more realistic, better sounding music.
Ultrahigh-frequency response (up to 35kHz)
A wide frequency response that extends to 35kHz helps compensate for speaker placement variations in the car and human hearing deficiencies in the high-frequency spectrum above 15kHz. The result is that the Infinity Kappa 62.9i coaxial speakers deliver more of the full-range frequency response that you associate with great sound.
True Four Ohm Impedance
All Kappa speakers feature two ohm voice coils. Original factory-installed speaker wiring in many cars is 18-22 gauge. This wire, and heating in the voice coil when power is applied, increase the impedance “seen” by the amplifier or head unit. The impedance of Kappa Speakers has been adjusted to compensate for this increase and provides more output than factory speakers or others in its class.
Computer-optimized, voice-matched outboard passive crossovers
The 62.9i’s are unique when compared to other traditional coaxial speakers as they feature an outboard crossover that has been voice-matched for flawless performance. In using an outboard crossover, the 62.9i is able to deliver much of the performance of a traditional component system without the need to cut or modify a vehicle for a separate tweeter. And since the crossover features only the best parts including including low-hysteresis polypropylene capacitors, low-loss air-core inductors and high-quality resistors you know you will be getting high-performance sound with incomparable clarity, detail and accuracy.
Adjustable tweeter level control
The Infinity Kappa 62.9i coaxial speakers feature a user adjustable tweeter level control. Custom tuning allows users to optimize the sound for different in-vehicle locations. Simply rotate the tweeter to add or subtract 3dB of output.
Intermount III mounting system
The included mounting adapter ring makes installation easy, allowing the same speaker to be used in different factory locations without the need to purchase additional adaptors or mounting kits.
|Power Handling (RMS) ||75W |
|Power Handling (Peak) ||225W |
|Frequency Response ||45Hz – 25kHz |
|Nominal Impedance ||2 Ohm |
|Sensitivity (2.83V @1m) ||95dB |
|Mounting Depth (Metric, English) ||2-5/16" |
44 years. One purpose.
Infinity speakers have been the science of sound on the move – innovation after innovation – for over 40 years. In 1968, as our first product – a breakthrough electrostatic speaker with a servo-controlled subwoofer – became highly acclaimed, we found that perfection in the reproduction of recorded sound could be a feasible objective. The Infinity brand’s first 44 years have resulted in a continuous lineup of quality systems and technical improvements that critics have roundly praised and competitors have widely copied. Now, coming up on half a century, we still have an unwavering commitment to technology and performance.