Installation and Sound to Suit Any Car
Our TS-G1620F speakers are excellent choices to replace a bad set of factory 6-1/2" speakers. Their two-way design handles 300 watts max. power (40 watts nominal) and features Pioneer s extremely strong and lightweight Injected Molded Polypropylene " (IMPP) Composite Cone Woofer for improved sensitivity and reduced distortion.
You don't get just basic, run-of-the-mill features either. The conex damper delivers higher power handling and deeper bass, and the 1-3/16" Balanced dome tweeter reproduces highs with great performance and musicality.
These speakers are designed with a shallow mounting depth for easy install into a wide variety of vehicles. Speaker grilles are not included. P.F.S.S. Spider
Progressive Flex Suspension System supports the voice coil effectively by dampening the large cone vibration and enhancing linearity of sound reproduction. Its soft part makes movement smooth and reproduces clear sound and at excessive input, its hard part controls excessive vibration and prevents movement error.
- 300 Watts Max. Power
- Injected Molded Polypropylene " (IMPP) composite Cone Woofer
- Patented Pioneer P.F.S.S Spider
- 1-3/16" Balanced Dome Tweeter
||1-3/16" Balanced Dome
||Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
||Injected Molded Polypropylene™ (IMPP) with MICA
||Rubber Coated Cloth
|Woofer Magnet Composition
|Max. Music Power (Nominal)
||31 Hz to 18 kHz
|Sensitivity (1W/1 m)
Delivery is available for appliances, TV's, and Mattresses in our local area. Professional installation of car audio available at Lewiston store. Please contact store for more information.
For all out of State orders, (with exception to Washington State residents within 80 miles of our store), shipping is not available. Please call store for details.
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