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Thanks for letting us know! I'm going to be emailing retailers to see if anybody will sell for $180 shipped. I'll let you guys know if anybody bites
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Maybe the prices went up because stock is so low? I know Crutchfield has the on back order.
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Is there anyway I can pair this tweeter up with another 4" comp woofer and still have it sound good paired up my MS-62c comps in my front doors? I want to run the center speaker but I want it to match sonically. I know it sounds crazy, but this is what I want to do, so I how do I make it sound good? Or is it not possible?
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If not, what about a speaker that will mix well with the MS-62c's?
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Not that I have even heard one, but you might look into the Focal Access 100CA1 SG. These have a fiberglass woofer and inverted dome tweeter, similar to the MS-62C. Unfortunately for you, it would likely mean buying a pair of these just to test and find out.
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I just purchased a set from Trumpet. PM him for more since he is a JBL dealer.

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I just purchased a set from Trumpet. PM him for more since he is a JBL dealer.
For how much ?
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PM him for more since he is a JBL dealer.
He probably doesn't want prices posted.
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Agreed. I would rather Trumpet comment than me. Since he is a B&M store rather than an online discount retailer his pricing model is a little different.

FWIW I got a good deal from Trumpet and he was easy to work with. Just PM Trumpet and see what he can do for you.

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Default Re: JBL MS-62c First impressions. These surprised the hell out of me!

First impressions are right on the reviews here.

I hooked the speakers up active off of a PPI Phantom P900.4, so I have no idea what the crossovers will do - but the crossovers are top notch quality similar to the good old MBQs.

The tweeters are excellent! Very similar to the MBQ QTD25s, which is saying a lot! Very smooth and crisp, just like a good metal dome should be. Silks never seem crisp IMO.

Mids are hard to tell since they aren't properly mounted. They sound wonderful in the upper midrange so far. Great on shredding guitar which is hard to keep up with. On the negative side the x-max on these is small... I doubt these will be lower midbass bellbottom flappers.

Again this is the test bench... Give me a little time to set them up in the CTS-V. Just stock locations with a proper install with deadening and clay.

I turned these up LOUD and they still played clear, on about 100x4wrms! So big props there. I switched out from PG RSd components back to back and the RSds would break up badly when pushed hard. Same amp and everything being equal.

... I would like to see what the Silver Flutes would do with these tweeters

More to come. But so far for the money they seem to be hard to beat. Again the tweeters carry the set.

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I don't think gobs of lower midbass/upper bass are what they were designed for truthfully. A good SQ 2-way set should cover the midrange & up with good dynamics & fundamentals which is what they do a great job of. For more bottom end I would look to a 3-way or stout midbass w/ wideband.

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How does this set compare to CDT HD 6.5 2 way set??

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Now that I finally have my MS-62s amped up & the 80PRS wired in, I just have one thing to say & add to this thread... HOLY SHIT!!! My gains are at zero & i'm running them passive as there's still lots of tuning options on the 80prs, plus i'm still learning its xover points, TA, & auto eq. I'm now startin to slowly feed them more & more & these puppies just keep taking & taking the power & dishing it right out!!! I have there P662s in the rear & even those are dishing out some serious power!!!

PROPS TO JBL ON THIS COMP SET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Can anyone compare these with the Rainbow DreamLine C6.2 speakers? I have these but the tweeters are a bit harsh so I'm thinking of swapping them for these JBL MS62C's. My car is a 2013 UK Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.2 TSI 105 DSG.
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I just installed these in my 08 toyota highlander about 2 months ago. I previously had a set of Hertz ECX-690's (which had an entire tweeter fail (both tweeters on the speaker...weird)) 6x9's. The imagine is so much better (granted its compontent), but still I would highly recommend them.

I'm giving them somewhere between 60-70watts. I've noticed they will distort due to excessive cone movement with the HPF set at 55hz, I plan to reaise it to 60-65hz to see how that improves things. Even with that, best set of speakers I've ever had (granted I'm just now slowly moving up in quality)

hm...guess it won't let me include images...oh well

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I just installed these in my 08 toyota highlander about 2 months ago. I previously had a set of Hertz ECX-690's (which had an entire tweeter fail (both tweeters on the speaker...weird)) 6x9's. The imagine is so much better (granted its compontent), but still I would highly recommend them.

I'm giving them somewhere between 60-70watts. I've noticed they will distort due to excessive cone movement with the HPF set at 55hz, I plan to reaise it to 60-65hz to see how that improves things. Even with that, best set of speakers I've ever had (granted I'm just now slowly moving up in quality)

hm...guess it won't let me include images...oh well
What kind of car, and how is your door treated?
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What kind of car, and how is your door treated?
'08 Toyota Highlander (Crossover)

Well I used Fatmat Rattletrap before I learned what it was/how to properly use CLD panels/sounddeadening But outer door wall is covered with Fatmat (probably 60-80% coverage). Contrary to popular belief about fatmat, after 2.5 years in a black car (aka oven) its still holding strong. Then I used thin steel sheets cut to the shape of the openings in the inner door to plug the openings. Then put a solid single layer of Fatmat over the entire inner door wall to hold the sheets of steel in place/create an enclosure. Speaker is installed in a 3/4" MDF adapter (stock size is a 6x9). Used buytl tape/rope to seal the wood to the door and the speaker to the wood. I have a big roll of MLV just waiting to be installed in my car, so I'll properly be deadening the doors with CCF and MLV in the next 1 to 2 weeks.

Its powered from a Pioneer GM-D9500F.

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'08 Toyota Highlander (Crossover)

Well I used Fatmat Rattletrap before I learned what it was/how to properly use CLD panels/sounddeadening But outer door wall is covered with Fatmat (probably 60-80% coverage). Contrary to popular belief about fatmat, after 2.5 years in a black car (aka oven) its still holding strong. Then I used thin steel sheets cut to the shape of the openings in the inner door to plug the openings. Then put a solid single layer of Fatmat over the entire inner door wall to hold the sheets of steel in place/create an enclosure. Speaker is installed in a 3/4" MDF adapter (stock size is a 6x9). Used buytl tape/rope to seal the wood to the door and the speaker to the wood. I have a big roll of MLV just waiting to be installed in my car, so I'll properly be deadening the doors with CCF and MLV in the next 1 to 2 weeks.

Its powered from a Pioneer GM-D9500F.
Sounds like you've got it covered, pun def intended.
One more question... how was the midbass of the 6x9 by comparison? That's a fair bit more cone area..
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Sounds like you've got it covered, pun def intended.
One more question... how was the midbass of the 6x9 by comparison? That's a fair bit more cone area..


Well I've had 2 6x9's before this JBL set.

-I had a set of Pioneer TS-D6902r. It had a fairly heavy cone, great bass/midbass for a 6x9. Didn't have the greatest upper end though, sounded slightly muted is the best way I can put it.

-The Hertz ECX-690 had a much lighter cone. It didn't have as much bass or midbass, but was much sharper and brighter sounding. I would say its comparable to the JBL set right now.

Though I played those through my Toyota OEM navi unit. It EQ'd the crap out of the signal and removed a lot of the bass. I just recently ran a dedicated input bypassing my radio and going straight to my amps, and the JBL speakers sound 10x better than they did before that. The Hertz and Pioneer could have probably sounded better/fuller with the direct connection as well...
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Looking at these guys to install soon.

I have two options... run active at 65 watts per channel and give my MS8 a bit more control over each speaker, or run the passive at 250watts per side and less control with the MS8... what do you guys think?
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Looking at these guys to install soon.

I have two options... run active at 65 watts per channel and give my MS8 a bit more control over each speaker, or run the passive at 250watts per side and less control with the MS8... what do you guys think?
You also have the option of running the tweeters off the MS8 internal amp and running active with 250 to the mids.

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Default Re: JBL MS-62c First impressions. These surprised the hell out of me!

Yes I though about that, I wasn't sure if 20-30 watts for the tweeters would be enough with 250 going to the mids.
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Default Re: JBL MS-62c First impressions. These surprised the hell out of me!

I don't think it would be too much of an issue. You have to keep in mind the sensitivity of each driver, the perceived loudness of given frequencies and your ability to level match each of the drivers. It might only take 20w of power to make your tweeters unbearably loud. But it might take 10 times that power to get your mids to the same level.

Also keep in mind that just because you have 250w available bridged that doesn't mean it is what you'll be feeding the mid. Headroom is a good thing and level matching those mids to the tweeters off of the MS8 should keep your gain down and reduce distortion.
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