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Infinity 609CS 270W (Peak) 6-1/2 x 6-3/4 Two-Way Component System Speakers (Pair)
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- Refer the user manual below for troubleshooting
- Plus One (patent pending) woven-glass-fiber woofer cone Edge-driven MMD-dome tweeter Outboard passive crossover with air core inductors
- Tweeters handle down to 2,500 Hz
- Low-frequency output
- The Plus One design
- 6-1/2-Inch woofers with responsive woven glass-fiber
- Longer voice coils add some punch to the bass
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|Vehicle Speaker Size||6.5_inch||6.75 Inch||6.5_inch||6.5_inch|
|Wattage||270 watts||150 watts||50||90 watts|
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Infinity uses the same textile dome tweeters found in many of their popular home speakers with this Kappa system, so you'll hear the music the way it was recorded with minimal coloration or distortion. The tweeters handle down to 2,500 Hz, almost an octave below the tweeters in many systems, so you'll hear more definition and detail, no matter where you sit. Infinity includes mounting hardware to install the tweeters in custom or factory openings.
The computer-optimized outboard crossover networks employ audiophile-grade components to separate highs and lows, so that the woofer and tweeter work together perfectly. You can attenuate tweeter response by 6 dB to get the perfect sonic balance if you've mounted the tweeters in a less-than-ideal factory location.
Pre-wired crossovers eliminate a time-consuming step in your installation, and terminals at the end of the crossover wires screw directly to the Kappa woofers and tweeters, leaving no chance for incorrect wiring.
From the Manufacturer
Components 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 60.9cs - At a Glance:
- Plus One woofer cones
- Woven glass fiber woofer cone material
- Ultra-wideband UHF soft-dome tweeters
- Ultrahigh-frequency response (up to 35kHz)
- True Four Ohm Impedance
- Computer-optimized voice-matched outboard passive
- Adjustable, push-button tweeter level control
- I-Mount tweeter-mounting hardware
- Starfish Tweeter OEM Mounting Adapter
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.
Ultra-wideband UHF soft-dome tweeters
The ultra-wideband UHF tweeter used on the 60.9cs delivers improved vocals, smooth high-frequency response and accurate music reproduction all the way out 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
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 60.9cs component 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
Each Kappa multielement and component system features an outboard crossover that has been voice-matched for flawless performance. They feature only the best parts including including low-hysteresis polypropylene capacitors, low-loss air-core inductors and high-quality resistors. The result is high-performance sound with incomparable clarity, detail and accuracy.
Adjustable, push-button tweeter level control
The Infinity Kappa 60.9cs component speakers feature 0-decibel and -6 decibel settings to custom-tune higher frequencies. Custom tuning allows users to optimize the sound for different in-vehicle locations. You can easily adjust the tuning by pushing a button on the passive crossover.
I-Mount tweeter-mounting hardware
The Infinity Kappa 60.9cs component tweeter includes the I-Mount (U.S. patent number 5,859,917) tweeter-mounting system, which allows easy flush mounting or surface mounting, giving you more installation options.
Starfish Tweeter OEM Mounting Adapter
The 60.9CS component system comes with the Infinity’s patented Starfish tweeter mounting adapter. This adapter allows for easy installation of the tweeter behind factory grilles. It also provides six break-off mounting tabs to accommodate many mounting configurations. The result is easy, straightforward installation in nearly any vehicle.
|Power Handling (RMS)||90W|
|Power Handling (Peak)||270W|
|Frequency Response||45Hz – 25kHz|
|Nominal Impedance||2 Ohm|
|Sensitivity (2.83V @1m)||95dB|
|Mounting Depth (Metric, English)||2-7/16"|
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.
Top Customer Reviews
You definitely need an amp for these- a deck will make them sound ok but a little juice makes these things holla!!! The included mounting brackets were almost of zero use. The ring for the woofers worked but you could just as easily mount the woofer into the door sheet metal without it. The tweeters required some modifying to make work. I ended up hot gluing them into place because I refused to cut my factory tweeter location up to fit these in. Everything looks like stock though and the bonus was by gluing it I was able to angle it slightly more into the car cabin. Another thumbs down for the tweeters are the screw holes for the speaker wire. I've never seen wire terminals that itty bitty small with screws that were so easily stripped. I seriously have neither of the screws on either tweeter tightened down. I put the wire in and taped/ glued it in place. I expected better in that regard.
Overall I'm pleased. I've heard a set of Hertz (which are ridiculously clear and crisp), and read things about Focals and Hybrid Audio's but for the money I was willing to part with at the time these fill the void nicely.
Chose two Infinity 60.9cs 2-way component systems sets with a pair in the front doors and a woofer in the rear door and its tweeter in the very back pillars. The Infinity's have a very high Sensitivity (93 db@1 watt@1meter), therefore they are very miserly when it comes to power. The rule of thumb is every 3 db increase in volume requires a doubling of wattage so they are way ahead of say a speaker with a sensitivity of say 87. They are crystal clear and indeed I hear stuff in the music I don't hear in other systems.
The tweeters come with like (5) ways to mount them and the one that I love and worked for me was a threaded cylinder that has a mating basket that fits in it.. The cylinder permits varying the depth of the mount (out or into the plane) by inserting homemade spacers and the basket allows aiming the tweeter at what looks like up to 45 degrees! The tweeters I replaced up front are now directed right up to the front passengers, very powerful stuff.
The speakers come with their associated passive crossovers. These things are clunky at best and I ended up putting a set under each rear seat. They could have been made with the corresponding components (for example the coil) being put with its driver (woofer) as an assembly which I would have liked. Regardless, they work very well as evidenced by the sound.
For the bottom end I required a very shallow 8" for my factory sub box. Among the vast number of 8" out there (is there another?), I selected the Pioneer TS-SW841D. It turns out it is a feisty little guy and provides good bass down to 60 HZ, HUG. No really that is the 5 db down point in a closed box. It is way better than some 8" in open air in many a car. What I found that was very important was setting the Alpine's high- pass to the 60.9CSs to 75 hz and the sub low-pass to 75 hz. Otherwise there is a spike of bass that will give you a headache for sure. Later I plan to go with a Stealthbox but for now the 8 sounds just fine
By the way, got a Pioneer DEH-P7200HD deck and media selection is phenomenal compared to factory. Need to use it for a while to be able to comment on usability.