|Item Weight||3.45 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.88 x 7.88 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||Kappa 62.9I|
|Batteries||1 12V batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Warranty||Infinity Kappa Subwoofers and Speakers - 3 Yrs|
|Depth (inches)||4 inches|
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Infinity Kappa 62.9I 2-Way 6.5-Inch Co-Axial Loudspeaker - Set of 2
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|Speaker Type||Surround Sound, Woofer|
|Speakers Maximum Output Power||450 Watts|
|Speaker Size||6.5 Inches|
About this item
- Plus One woven-glass-fiber woofer cones deliver greater surface area for increased bass response and efficiency
- Edge-driven MMD-dome tweeter with UniPivot technology delivers crystal clear high-frequencies
- True 4-ohm topology is optimized to deliver maximum output whether it's a factory or aftermarket headunit
- Direct-Connect crossover dongle means easy installation
- Front-accessible tweeter-level adjustment allows you to tailor the sound to the vehicle
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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
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That means the speakers needed to have high sensitivity to work with the stock headunit, which these have. They'll definitely play louder with the same electronics.
Overall, the sound is a massive improvement over stock (surprise?). The differences:
1.) bass is lower and MUCH better defined, less 'muddy' (ie. individual notes are pronounced and a complex bass run doesn't all come across as a sequence of just one note
2.) midrange is clearer to such a degree I'm not even sure how to explain it.
3.) dynamics are much improved which is expected with higher sensitivity, but dynamic swings in music sound much less compressed
4.) high range is clearer BUT there are some caveats here: The front speakers stock are component, and I left the factory tweeters in, which makes the upper range very harsh when cranked up although, that's no fault of the speakers, after some adjustments I can say that on their own they're very smooth, but Infinity speakers are notoriously bright sounding and there's still some harshness, so, if lots of treble and bright speakers aren't your thing you may want to either look elsewhere or simply use an EQ.
5.) bass punch is harder, the "plus one" woofer thing definitely seems to work there (Note: if you install them and there's little to no bass whatsoever, MAKE SURE THEY'RE IN PHASE!!!!! Lack of bass is definitely not the fault of these speakers. And to make sure you do that before you reassemble the doors, or you'll really, really hate yourself)
6.) Installation: ok, so installing speakers in a 2012 focus is apparently a huge pain according to online guides that talk about making brackets and such, BUT, Infinity's included hardware worked PERFECTLY with ZERO modifications of fabrication. Very Happy about that. Granted, I sealed around the speakers with foam, so IF you were to take your time and make a bracket or seal properly the bass response out of these could even be better, but even as is is exceptional for 6.5" speakeres
7.) WIll not make you breakfast. Before I installed them I repeatedly yelled at them for this omission, but the they simply would not comply with my wishes, so, if breakfast is your thing you may also want to look elsewhere, or maybe invest in a toaster.
I honestly have that little bad to say about these. If you want a simple upgrade that results in a massive improvement you'll be very happy with these.
REASONS WHY I PICKED THESE
and not say, polk, alpine, jbl or others
1.) an actual crossover, as a speaker builder I cannot emphasise the difference a crossover makes in terms of how a speak sounds. A definite selling point.
2.) High sensitivity as mentioned before, most other speakers don't come within 3dB of these, which is impressive again
3.) frequency response 45Hz-20+KHz, and that's not a lie, they'll easily 40Hz with usable output and they're definitely flat to 50Hz or lower. BUT that's something where individual results will vary depending on your car's door/speaker compartment.
4.) Rubber surround. Some other speakers in it's (sale) price range sell with foam, or, sadly, even cloth surrounds. Which has only minor effect on sound quality, except when the woofer's really moving, then it can distort loud bass, but more it's for long term reliability.
5.) They fit. Even though according to Amazon and Crutchfield they shouldn't have (if you have a 2012+ focus, you can pretty much put whatever you want in the doors, there's A TON of space there.
So, in conclusion, if these are in your budget and they'll fit your car, then SIMPLY BUY THEM. Couldn't be happier with my purchase, actually considering buying another pair to put in cabinets and use as computer speakers. Only wish I'd have gotten the component system for the front doors, but, oh well, coulda shoulda woulda.
I am not currently running a separate amp.
Installation was awkward. There was a huge foldout page showing like 6 different versions of Kappa speakers, so you have to hunt to find the schematic that includes the 62.9i model. In that block, there were 4 schematics showing exploded views of how the speakers fit into the door - but no information on which schematic to use - and no words at all! I thought my "parts bag" with the screws was missing until I found it had stuck to the magnet on one of the speakers.
I did eventually get them in. How do they sound?
They sound fabulous! I can hear details in the music that I would typically only expect to hear with headphones on.
The Rockford Fosgate amp (Punch 75) comes next.
But, these are mounted in the door of my vehicle, and the window glass stops on the big speaker magnet when they get about half way rolled down.
Has anyone else run into this problem? If so, what is the accepted way to "fix" it?
What a difference these are over the stock speakers. The mid and highs are soo clear on these speakers. Listening to all the songs I loved was so enjoyable. I heard things in the songs I never picked up on before. These speakers also play very loud without any distortion.
I love listening to music and having high quality speakers makes a world of difference. If you're in the marker for new speakers I would say splurge for these. They are not too pricy, but the quality is amazing. My only regret is that I didn't buy these sooner.