Infinity Reference X REF-9602ix 6"x9" 2-way car speakers
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REF-9602ix - Infinity 6" x 9" 200W RMS 2-Way Reference X Series Coaxial Speakers
Power Handling: Peak: 600 watts per pair / 300 watts each | RMS: 200 watts per pair / 100 watts each
Polypropylene cone material
Plus One woofer cone technology maximizes cone surface area
Top-mount depth: 3"
Top customer reviews
Immediately, I noticed the upper mid-range response of the speakers was lacking when compared to the 3-way 6x9s I have in another vehicle, so I went back and turned the +3db feature on. It helped, but only slightly. (The comparison speakers are Sonys with similar specs to the 9603ix.) The sort of details I could sense were missing were generally vocals. The stand-up comedy CD was especially useful for confirming this. Both male and female speech sounded "tinny," sort of like a really high quality VOIP call. High pitch percussion was also less "bright" than that coming from the 3-way speakers.
My final takeaway, was that the little bit of money I saved by getting 2-ways instead of 3-ways wasn't worth the sacrifice in high frequency response. With the 9603ix you get the same great build quality, tremendous sensitivity, and bass response and the bag-of-chips that is a genuine tweeter.
I did not need to engage the 3db Tweeter boost feature even with the stock head unit. Sounded too shrilly to me when it was on.
Bass is very good....a bit too much as I have had to spend some time to eliminate door rattle/vibration best I can.
Now have them connected to a Kenwood KDC-BT762HD...... (HD radio is freaking awesome! Far better quality than FM.)
Update 1-7-16: I actually enabled the +3db tweeter feature on the left side speakers and this seems to help compensate a bit to the distance/angle difference (balance) from the passenger side speakers in the way they sound. ( driver side sounds a tad muffled since the speakers are at bottom of door)
Be careful when removing the speakers. I have had a little bit of the glue tape that is holding the rubber woofer cone to the frame come out i right were the screw holes are....not enough to worry about, but it can easily get caught around the screw and then pull much more of it out.
I have been installing my car stereos and upgrades for the las 20 plus years. No i am not a professional but its mostly common sence and carefull planning. The speakers sound in very smooth. Crispy highs, nice mid range and cant say much about bass. Considering that this first set were installed in the door pannels. Can't wait till the weekend to install the rear deck pair. My head unit is a kenwood ddx23bt. No amp..... for now