Polk Audio DB521 5.25-Inch Coaxial Speakers (Pair, Silver)
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- 5-1/4" 2-way Speakers (Marine Certified)
- Power Handling: Peak: 275 watts per pair / 135 watts each & RMS: 90 watts per pair / 45 watts each
- Dynamic Balance polymer/mica composite mineral filled cone is stiff yet lightweight for big sound and little distortion
- 19mm liquid-cooled silk/polymer composite dome tweeter with neodymium magnet for clear and detailed highs
- Multi-hole mounting pattern and shallow depth for easy drop-in installations in most cars
- Pair of marine certified speakers perfect for use in boats of all types
- Equipped with a 0.75-inch liquid-cooled silk-polymer composite dome tweeter
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And talk about "attack", it's here in spades. Try cranking up Hendrix's "Machine Gun" and see if all the little hairs on the back of your neck don't just stand straight up!
Now, all I have them powered by is the head unti at this point, a full 7 watts or so I imagine, and trust me when I say the head unit amp gives out long before the speakers do. The db's just play louder and louder until the amp begins to distort, all the while showing no sign of distortion themselves. They cry to be driven by a good powerful amp!
This is the first speaker I have ever had in my Wrangler in the 19 years or so that I have been driving it that can play loud enopugh to be heard over the wind on the highway! Just love these babies and can't wait to get more! Maybe the 4x6 for the dash spots?
P.S. These speakers would dovetail very nice with a good subwoofer. They sound nice and tight down to their limit.
P.P.S Bolt these speakers down TIGHT ! They are serious air moving pistons and they will shake like crazy. I suggest something metal!
I replaced the factory sub woofer (that lives in the center console) with a Bazooka speaker, and that immensely improved the low end sound, apparently the factory sub was very sick (not an uncommon situation it seems.) Then I pulled the factory radio and installed a Pioneer head unit and after adjusting the audio parameters, the sound was much better.
Then I replaced the front speakers with these Polk's. After hooking them up and giving them a try, I was very disappointed with the sound quality and thought they didn't sound any better than the optional Jeep speakers (actually I thought they sounded worse) - the speakers had way too much low and mid-range response. Noting that the front Jeep speakers used a high-pass filter (a bass blocker), I moved the filters to the Polk's and now the speakers were properly tuned to the sound system and after some tweaking of the Pioneer's audio parameters, the system sounded quite good. These Polk's are okay, but in all honesty I did not gain much audio quality improvement over the optional Jeep front speakers. The Polk's sound perhaps a little crisper. If you were replacing the standard oval Jeep speakers for these, I suspect there would be a significant improvement in sound quality.
For my Jeep with the factory optional speakers, replacing the factory sub and head unit was the biggest bang for the buck. If you have the standard speakers, adding a kicker and replacing the front/rear speakers would be a great plan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They sound amazing, even on an underpowered Alpine head unit. I installed them in the dash (with bracket) and sound pods in my 2003 Jeep Wrangler. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jeremy W.
Not really much better than stock speakers. Don't know if they are really worth the money I didn'tPublished 20 days ago by James Hawkins
A lot of bang for your buck with these speakers. I mounted these in the front fairing of my 2016 Indian Roadster and I found out I only was using 1/2 the volume with the original... Read morePublished 25 days ago by James D.
Used these to replace the stock speakers in my 2016 Indian Chieftain motorcycle. They fit perfectly and sound great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by wingstinger
Wow... that's the very first word that comes to mind with these babies. I bought a brand new Indian motorcycle 2 months ago and the factory speakers left a little to the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by TechDadVet