2) New JBL GTO939 6x9" 300W 3 Way Car Coaxial Audio Speakers Stereo GTO Pair
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- It features RMS: 200 watts per pair / 100 watts each, Plus One cone material, 2-ohms impedance, 1" My-Ti tweeter
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6" x 9" Grand Touring Series 3-way Car Speakers Peak: 600 watts per pair / 300 watts each RMS: 200 watts per pair / 100 watts each Plus One cone material Mylar/titanium composite dome tweeters Frequency response: 45-21,000 Hz 2 ohms impedance Sensitivity: 94 dB
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The installation was extremely easy for a DIY proyect if you get an adapter for your car. I got mine from http://www.car-speaker-adapters.com/ and thanks to that I have no weird vibrations or anything, also this saves you a lot of time if you can't build your own adapters out of wood.
One star removed for Amazon dissatisfaction. The first Bazooka I received had obviously been used. It had scratches, and the wiring harness had the ground wire cut off instead of unscrewing it at the eyelet connector.
Also, the first set of JBL GTO938's I received were also not new. No packing material, manuals, etc. There were scratches on the magnets and one of the leads to a speaker had been clipped off. Amazon's own description calls for products to be brand new unused and unopened. These items were not only opened, but they were damaged. How can they sell these as new?
My latest ride is a 2015 Ram 1500 without the excellent optional Alpine sound system which for whatever reason was unavailable. The stock sound is still quite good, and plays loud so I am guessing their is some power in the stock amp, Unfortunately, the bass just over powers all the other frequencies no matter how you set the equalizer. Since I lease, I don't want to throw a bunch of cash at the problem. The no-brainer move was to perform a simple speaker swap on the cheap. After reading reviews and checking specs I was looking for the biggest blow-out deal available and the $56 JBL GTO 938's from Amazon were the perfect ticket for the front doors. These are the top of the line 6x9 triaxial car speaker from JBL, but are one generation away from their newest offering (GTO 939), so they are heavily discounted. Note, many of the other "series 8" JBL's in other sizes are still available on their own website, so rest assured you're not getting chopped liver.
The swap was simple and took about 2 hours with no glitches. I suggest using the speaker adapters from Metra, (72-6514 for me.) By the way, the factory speakers are lightweight coaxials with a paper domed tweeter. Also, YouTube is a great resource for installation. Anyway, these speakers clearly and cohesively balance and extend the mid's and high's. The depth, articulation and tightness of the bass also improved dramatically.
Next up were the factory 3.5" dash speakers which are straight up lightweight single paper cone junk. I went with JL Audio C2-350x from Amazon and Metra connectors from Crutchfield. They were a little pricier than I expected, especially when adding the connectors, but the installation was so simple and fast I couldn't resist. The resulting sharper imaging increases immediacy while reducing the compression in the highs. So for about $130 I am now in same league as the Alpine equipped Ram.
Next up is replacing the rear door 6x9's to improve bass cohesiveness. I noticed the stock front door speakers played much louder than the stock rear door speakers indicating a difference in supplied power. I am considering coaxial JBL 928's since I don't need anymore mid and high extension and they too are being blown-out. The beauty of the whole scheme is I can easily pull the speakers when I turn in my car and if I don't I'm out only $200. Well worth the investment!
By the way, I have a diverse taste in music but mainly dig on guitar jams. Some of my favs include metal like Slayer, jam bands like Gov't Mule, classic rock like Van Halen and Skynyrd, Motown (cause I' from the "D"), Progressive Rock like Dream Theater, hot chick singers like Amy Whinehouse, jazz like Theonius Monk. There is plenty more but sorry, no Hip Hop or Rap. Also, I have been into home hi-fi gear for years and currently have about 10 grand invested in a constantly evolving home theater which I use to play concert DVD's and stream hi-res audio and video.
You will not want to power these off of your head unit. It will play music, but we tried it while installing and then with 75rms from a Rockford Fosgate Prime 400-4 and now they drive.
I have these paired with a single 10" sub and it's fantastic. Fill. Working in the van is now a joy. I've tried hip hop, rock, pop. Very great.
Sound Quality Exceeds Expectations
Sealed Box works great with these
A wide frequency range will keep up with Dubstep to Reggae.
You definitely will want a decent headunit and power! I am very happy with the Rockford Fosgate Prime 400-4 running these off of the front channel and a single 10 off of the rear channel bridged.
Not long ago I had a pair of Infinity 6x9s in the same type of car (6th gen civic) and these are by far more impressive. This is my first experience with JBL and they have not disappointed.
Edit: Some higher frequencies like symbols and s noises can be a bit sharp and hard on the ears. Customizing an EQ profile can correct this.