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JBL CLUB6520 6.5" 300W Club Series 2-Way Coaxial Car Speaker
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Location: Rear doors
I had these hooked up to the stock Sony system and was not impressed, but once I got rid of all the bass roll-off, EQ settings and compression from Ford and got these amped, they sound very good. I hated the Sony system from day 1. They're in the rear doors, with sound deadener behind them.
The Alpine components up front are crystal clear; I wouldn't put these quite on par with them, but they can hold their own. They have good mid-bass response (HPF - 70Hz), clear vocals and sound warmer than a lot of other coaxials I've heard. I have them at about 80% volume as the front and that seems about right to me.
Overall, definitely worth the money and will make an immense improvement if you're just replacing stock speakers. If you can, give them some amplification and they'll really come alive.
I forgot to mention I use aftermarket amplifier. I think it will make just little bit over average sound without amplifier.
JBL, if you ever see this, please modify your instructions to be descriptive or include large photos!
There was some minor fabrication to get it installed which was expected, but I actually found a perfect way to install them flush for both the tweeter mount and 6x9 without having to do further fabricating.
For the tweeters, do not discard the OEM mounting bracket. There is a way to remove the OEM tweeter from the mounting bracket housing so that all you have to do is pop in the JBL tweeters for a perfect fit with OEM mounting bracket. All you need to do is heat up the OEM tweeter that is housed inside the mounting bracket, then carefully pull apart the 3 pieces of the housing. You'll see exactly what I'm talking about once you remove the OEM bracket and tweeter. The JBL tweeter fits perfectly inside the OEM bracket. I didn't even have to glue anything.
For the 6x9, do not discard the plastic sleeve/housing for the OEM 6x9. What you need to do is cut off all the "legs" and remove the backing section. Keep the main sleeve that mounts flush to the 6x9 and discard the rest. Trim the sleeve until you can get the JBL 6x9 to sit inside and flush with the sleeve. I used hot glue to seal the speaker to the newly modified sleeve. Then it's simply a matter of mounting the sleeve back to the door with the original screws.
As for the sound, these tweeters can really heat up. They sound nice and fairly natural thanks to the silk dome tweeter which dulls some of the shrill-ness that can be found in hard aluminum tweeters but because they are 45W RMS each with a pretty lofty max of 135W, they can get loud and piercing if you don't install the crossover and don't adjust gains appropriately. I had to actually lower my high frequency output so that my setup sounded more balanced at high volumes. You can install dampeners if you need but the provided inline crossovers are meant only to restrict unwanted frequencies from reaching the speaker, not control the volume. If you want more volume control you will have to buy a separate crossover and figure out where to install it. The crossover is roughly 3" long and maybe an inch wide and I highly recommend not bypassing it unless you have other ways to control the frequencies reaching this speaker. I believe the crossover is meant for 5,000 Hz to 20,000 Hz which means most high-pass filters may not do enough to protect these tweeters.
Definitely a great buy around $35 or so, just make sure your tweeters aren't going to be overpowered and the rest of your system is capable of keeping up with the sound output otherwise you will have a lot of tweeter sound and that's not usually enjoyable.