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Alpine SPS-610C 6.5" Car Audio Component Speakers (Pair)

Alpine SPS-610C 6.5" Car Audio Component Speakers (Pair)
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Alpine SPS-610C 6.5" Car Audio Component Speakers (Pair)

 
 
List Price: $120.00
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AL-SPS-610C-FBA

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Features
  • 6-1/2-inch Car Audio 2-way speakers (Pair)

  • RMS Power: 160 watts per pair / 80 watts each | PEAK Power: 480 watts per pair / 240 watts each (CEA-2031 Certified)

  • 1" Wide-Range Silk dome tweeter

  • Frequency Response: 70Hz - 22,000Hz

  • Mounting depth: 2-1/4"


Description

6-1/2-inch Car Audio 2-way speakers (Pair)


Product Details
Package Length:16.6 inches
Package Width:8.2 inches
Package Height:5.8 inches
Package Weight:6.9 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 99 reviews

Customer Reviews
Average Customer Review:4.5 ( 99 customer reviews )
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7 of 7 found the following review helpful:


5These are fantastic speakers  Feb 17, 2014 By bruinjoe "I love Jesus"
I purchased these speakers on Amazon to replace the factory speakers on a 2003 Toyota Highlander. They are excellent speakers. A few warnings, though. I thought I could install them myself. I figured if I was able build my one PC with custom components then I should be able to install these speakers. Bad move. You have to take out a lot of car items like the door cover and radio/ac face plate. I wasted 2.5 hours before I came to my senses. Unless you know how to take about all those items then don't waste your time. Take it to a local installer.

My second warning is to allow the speakers to burn in. This is true of any speakers but I forgot about this fact. The more powerful the speakers the longer the burn in. It took about 35 minutes before these speakers performed like awesome speakers. I don't know the exact time because I didn't actually time it with a stop clock. I was disappointed the first time I first heard the speakers after picking my car up from the installer. The ride home was about 10 minutes. I then set up my Android phone and played around with the new CD/radio/blue tooth head set. That took about 15 minutes. I then road my car to the local theater. That was about a 10 minute ride. The sound got progressively better but nothing outstanding. The ride home, though, was breath taking. These speakers make such clear music. It was insanely awesome. I would recommend these speakers to any one who is looking for great sound without having to break the bank.

15 of 18 found the following review helpful:


4Excellent  Mar 15, 2012 By Sunshine
I was on the fence about what to use for my main speakers. I was building a full Alpine system in my car, and was torn between these and the Type-R equivalent. I went with these mainly due to the price, and I was not disappointed. I'm powering these with the Alpine KTP PowerPack in-dash amplifier which I got at the same time, all professionally installed. There was a ridiculously positive difference between these and the stock speakers. Bass is good, but if you're looking for that really low sub-bass "piss off people at stoplights" sound, add a sub. The mids/highs are where these speakers truly shine. The highs aren't exactly Bose or Klipsch, but they sound great and retain their flavor at high SPLs. The best way I could describe their sound is "efficient." Mids are right where they should be, giving a very unobtrusive non-spiked feel to the music. I've pushed these things hard, and they easily take the punishment. If you want a quick drop-in speaker from a reputable brand that sounds amazing, this is what you're looking for.

5 of 5 found the following review helpful:


5good sound  Apr 15, 2014 By LIBR8R
Sounds great for the price. I would recommend a sub with these as they don't pick up much bass on there own. The other reason is that, as others have said, the tweeters are pretty bright. It was what I was looking for though because my bass was drowning out the highs and mids which was aggravating. Lastly I would recommend using an amplifier on these because of the sensitivity of the speakers. It takes a decent amount of power before they really come alive. I have two pairs of these in a 2007 scion TC on a alpine PDX 100/4

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:


5love them  Jan 14, 2014 By Matt Neumann
I am running these directly off my headunit, as I didn't want to get a separate amplifier for my components & coaxials. This is quite an upgrade from the stock speakers in my 4runner. Alpine has always impressed me, and they delivered again.

I will say that these speakers are crossed over at 100hz, and I have a subwoofer to complement them, so I can't comment on their bass response. But the highs are pretty darn clear!

These speakers aren't going to sound quite as good as the really expensive speakers, but they're pretty good for what they are, and at a fraction of the price (and you won't have to buy a separate amp).

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:


4Excellent Components - Fits '97 Civic HX With Some Work  Sep 02, 2013 By iThinkergoiMac
First off, I should let it be known that I actually have a hearing loss. This is one of the reasons I decided to get a pair of component speakers as it would raise the tweeters, and thus most of the voices, to a position to make it physically easier for me to hear.

My system is in my 1997 Civic HX. I have a Sony Xplod head unit, 3 or 4 year old 6x9 Alpines in the rear deck, and a pair of 12" MTX subs in the trunk at 75w each. I do NOT have a separate amplifier for my speakers, which many reviews suggest is necessary for these speakers. However, in my experience, they perform quite well when connected to a decently powerful head unit. There's no question in my mind that they'd perform better on a dedicated amp, though. If you have a factory radio, it's unlikely for it to be powerful enough for good sound.

The highs are clear and, in some cases, piercing. As I've used them, they've become less harsh. As with all speakers, there's definitely a break-in period. The lows are smooth and strong, and the crossover point seems to be well-placed. Speaking of the crossover, I really like the inline crossover. It's easy to find a place to put it, though it can't be adjusted. The woofers are BIG, and I had to cut my door panel to fit them. The woofers don't come with covers, but the stock covers on my door fit over them. Alpine does have covers available separately.

The mounting components that came with the tweeters seem to be of decent quality, but aren't very helpful if you're trying to put the tweeters in the factory spots. I ended up using some industrial tape to keep them in place and that worked well.

Overall, I'm very happy with these speakers. They sound great and were at an excellent price. See after the pros and cons for notes specific to my installation.

Pros:
- Excellent sound quality
- Small crossover is easy to install
- Wires were all plenty long for virtually any installation
- Perform admirably well for being run off a head unit

Cons:
- Large woofers may be difficult to install
- Tweeters are a bit shrill until broken in
- Woofers don't come with covers, must be purchased separately

Installation specific notes: If you're looking to install these in a 96-00 Civic, pay attention. The tweeters fit perfectly in the sail panel mounts from an EX model, but there's no way to mount them using the included hardware. Through my work, I was able to get some industrial adhesive tape that works on both plastic and metal (the backs of the tweeters are metal), which solved the issue. Some of the stronger double sided tapes from 3M should work fine for this, just make sure they are rated to function in a wide range of temperatures.

The woofers are HUGE. The magnet on the back of them is really, really big. So big that they wouldn't fit in the door until I cut out all the plastic that usually goes behind the speaker. It forms a sort of cone shape, and it's too narrow for the magnet to fit in. Once you cut the plastic out, the speaker fits in fine. This is definitely a custom install, though the work isn't hard.

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