Alpine Kappa 60.3CS Speakers

Kappa 60.3CS

Infinity Kappa 60.7cs (replaces 60.5cs and 60.3cs)

  • 6-1/2" 2-way Component System
  • Power Handling 90w rms, 270w peak
  • Frequency Response: 45khz-25khz
  • Sensitivity: 95db
  • 2 Ohms

  • User Reviews (4)

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    Sam   [Sep 07, 2002]
    Model Reviewed: 2002 KAPPA 60.5 CS
    Strength:

    Clear, crisp, clean, and extremely well balanced!

    Weakness:

    None...

    Great component speakers! Superior highs and lows with outstanding detail. These have excellent balance between the highs, mid, and bass (strong bass). In comparison to the Reference 60.5 CS series, the Reference speakers are excellent, but can be a little "boomy" in the mid-range (almost sounding a little hollow at times). I think I like the Reference 60.5 CS silk dome tweaters just a little better than the Kappa's. They are a little smoother than the Kappa tweaters. However, I don't recall hearing as much detail as I do with these Kappa's. Don't get me wrong the Kappa tweaters sound great and are not even close to being harsh like many of the other brands.

    Similar Products Used: Infinity Reference 60.5 CS
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    indosia   [Mar 22, 2002]
    Model Reviewed: 01
    Strength:

    sound quality.

    Weakness:

    none

    These speakers reproduce music with extreme accuracy, especially male/female vocals. I''''m powering them with 100x2 watts(rms). I recommend using them with a seperate amplifier because of there low sensitivity.

    Similar Products Used: alpine R series components.
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    hound   [Mar 17, 2002]
    Model Reviewed: 2001
    Strength:

    Sonic accuracy. High power handling. Non harsh. I''m not even using an eq, or dsp. "Somebody say something bout sounding clean?"

    Weakness:

    I didn''t buy them sooner.

    These are the best automotive speakers I have ever owned. They''re the cleanest things i''ve heard ,reproducing music the way it was recorded. Rugged enough to play a bit of mid bass for me, handle 90 watts rms, and are still sensitive enough to have me winning SQ competitions. Trust me ... I''ve been in this thing for about 15 yrs. They sound as good as high end home theatre bookshelf systems (as long as they''re properly installed)

    Similar Products Used: Baja Profile 6 1/2" components. Cadence ultra shock6 1/2" coaxials.
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Rykwan   [Nov 07, 2001]
    Model Reviewed: 2001
    Strength:

    +1 technology on the mid woofer and new ceramic based tweeters. the sound stays crystal clear and they look great, this is due to the new design and the loss of the dumb green color that they had on earlier models.

    Weakness:

    what weakness. These speakers rock!!!

    This speaker i must say preformed very well. The highs may seem bright at times but not as bad as titanium made tweets. The mid bass is great and the sound of the speakers stay crystal clear. Right now i''m running the speakers with an alpine MRV-f407 and the sound is remarkable. These speakers kick ass. I was very satisfied with the component set and once again ifinity has came up with a great new product.

    Similar Products Used: Name them.... These are probly the next best thing to it''s big brother the perfect 6.1s. These will take out Bostons and polks in the same category. PIck these up... They''re the Sh*&
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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