Review 2 of 4
, from Vermont|
Clean, crisp, highs, the best i''ve heard from a co-ax speaker. Decent midrange.
too little bass if you don''t have a sub, otherwise, nothing, these are perfect
I had these speakers for about 8 months probably and then cranked them too high one day, I had them amped a little too much, they were getting about 180rms each and that was a little too much. I also used the pioneer premier 9600 whatever they were, the top of the premier line 6x9''s, i don''t remember, it''s been a while since i sold them. I bought the pioneers first and the cones on them didn''t even move before i amped them. Then i got an amp and the highs sounded muffled and a lot less crisp than i wanted, so i bought a pair of these and put one of each in, the pioneers definately put out more bass, but the midrange and highs sound way better on the quarts. I''ve got a sub, nakamichi 12" aluminum, it''s an amazing sq sub, just doesn''t put out a ton of volume so the bass off the 6x9''s didn''t matter to me. After overpowering the quarts which by the way can handle a good 100+watts rms if you run a 80hz hpf on them, i decided to buy some speakers from a real store so i could get a warranty on them. I went with the top of the line memphis 6x9 3 way and they only cost me $125 after tax and if i blow them, i get new ones for free, it''s a good deal. The memphis''s sound almost as good, they''ve got slightly bigger magnets and can put out a little more bass than the quarts, but the highs are almost as clean and the midrange has a fuller sound.
Similar Products Used:
top of the line co-ax pioneer premiers and memphis 6x9''s, the memphis''s are almost as good, but these have the titanium tweeter and midrange that make them a hair cleaner