I managed to pick up a pair of these 6x9s for around £70, which for a first time driver trying to pimp out my car was very good value for money. They are stylish, sleak and give out generally a good vibe. i would recommend these speakers to any one who has limited knowledge of installing a speaker unit in their car as a first time project. Unfortunatly to get the best out of these speakers requires extra expense in the form of a car stereo with a reasonable RMS output, and preferably running from an amp. my experience with these speakers was great in the short term, but i found they were easily damaged and blew out at only a moderate level of base. this case the product to be in effect useless and ruined the driving experience whilst listening to a fuzzy sounding back drop. however being the typically male who likes his fast cars and loud sound systems they probably wern't cut out for me as an individual. However these speakers would be ideal for someone that was to driv along with a finer quality of sound without pushing them to their limits. i would recommend these speakers to anyone that suits that profile. however if your more inclined to my profile i would have to recommend a higher outlay in initially costs and a finer quality of product.
these speakers what can i say mine came to a sorry end when i flipped the car over a hedge. scratched around the edges the speakers still worked so they can survive a crash but just about. these speakers have a very stylish look with the grille on or off. they were the first set of speakers i ever bought for my car and i was so impressed with the sound without any amps just the 50 watts each from the channel they really packed a high quality. they are relatively budget speakers although you can pick up 6x9s for around £30 these cost me around the £80 mark a year ago. they are very good value for money and i would highly recommend these speakers to someone not interested in a top of the range competition system just some good quality sound to cruise along with