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How about if you mix and match the x-overs and tweeters? j/k
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How about if you mix and match the x-overs and tweeters? j/k
Would probably nullify everthing since the Xover point on the passive is so low

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what is the xover point on the passives?

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I have ordered a set and will give my review if and when I am healed enough to install them.

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what is the xover point on the passives?
Knowing JBL, closer to 2.5kHz

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Wait wait, you mean I could've had cookies first darn my luck lol...

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Just got mine delivered, will be installing on Monday! I want to thank you guys for the reviews on the JBLs and let you know I purchased these without even listening to them (something I never do) because of the high praise they received in this thread alone... Thanks again! I'll post a review when I get em in...
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Well since I have not received any, I am not part of the circle it seems lol...

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

Im considering getting a pair of those JBLs. Active set-up with a zapco reference 200/2 (50w x2) and tweeters powered by a HU (pioneer 80xrs) would that be a good match? Or do i need a more powerful amp such as a zapco 650.6 (190 x 2 on mid woofers and more than enough Power on the tweeters)
How efficient are they? Ive seen 85 db sensitivity as well as 88db...not sure what the official one... But 3db is a big deal...
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Im considering getting a pair of those JBLs. Active set-up with a zapco reference 200/2 (50w x2) and tweeters powered by a HU (pioneer 80xrs) would that be a good match? Or do i need a more powerful amp such as a zapco 650.6 (190 x 2 on mid woofers and more than enough Power on the tweeters)
How efficient are they? Ive seen 85 db sensitivity as well as 88db...not sure what the official one... But 3db is a big deal...
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The 6.5" version is 89db, and listed at 10-80w RMS Power handling, 380w peak, so the 50x2 should be fine while 190x2 would be a bit much for this set unless you are really carefull with the gains and volume.

The 88db rating is for the 5 1/4" version. (MS-52c)

These are sensative enough to run off headunit power, so anything in the 50-80w range should bring them to life rather well. These are also 4 OHM so make sure you don't go by the 2OHM rating for your amps output.

Do you already have the amp or are you shopping for that too?

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I don't think the 80prs lets you use the high level output on your tweeters when you are using rca's. correct me if I'm wrong but I'm sure i read that. someone already tried it. 50 watts would be ok but 190 would be great as well. I run 140ish to mine and they love it. I would say 190 would probably be the most you would want to use on these but then again if you are careful with the gains you shouldn't have any issues.

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The 6.5" version is 89db, and listed at 10-80w RMS Power handling, 380w peak, so the 50x2 should be fine while 190x2 would be a bit much for this set unless you are really carefull with the gains and volume.

The 88db rating is for the 5 1/4" version. (MS-52c)

These are sensative enough to run off headunit power, so anything in the 50-80w range should bring them to life rather well. These are also 4 OHM so make sure you don't go by the 2OHM rating for your amps output.

Do you already have the amp or are you shopping for that too?

"to much" Power is not going to be an issue assuming the signal is "clean"! You are not very likely to see all 190w anyway even in the most dynamic situations....however having a little "headroom" (or whatever you prefer to call it) has always proven to be a wonderful thing in my experience. As said by others....just use your mush when playing with it and you should be fine. They can handle the power NO problem as long as install, clean signal, and common sense are involved! I actually think the zapco 650 would be perfect active with the 4channels bridged to the mids and the last two for the tweets!
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I don't think the 80prs lets you use the high level output on your tweeters when you are using rca's. correct me if I'm wrong but I'm sure i read that. someone already tried it. 50 watts would be ok but 190 would be great as well. I run 140ish to mine and they love it. I would say 190 would probably be the most you would want to use on these but then again if you are careful with the gains you shouldn't have any issues.
You can in fact run the tweeters off of the hu and use the other preouts for an amp on your mids and sub.
It actually does a pretty good job too. Ran a set of vifa's with the hu and a set of id mids and several different subs like that for about a month maybe a month and a half before i got my five channel.
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Well that's really good to know. The info I read was incorrect then. Thank you for clearing that up. appreciate it.

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With an passive inline for the tweet that means it can do 3way + sub with only a 5-channel amp. Cool.

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With an passive inline for the tweet that means it can do 3way + sub with only a 5-channel amp. Cool.
I dont think you can or rather you should use the preouts and the internal amp at the same.
But now that i'm thinking about it i can't come up with a reason as to why it would be a bad idea.
That is pretty cool though. huh................ I might just try something tomorrow with pair of BA sr mids and the p660 mids. This might just turn into a divorce.
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Well that's really good to know. The info I read was incorrect then. Thank you for clearing that up. appreciate it.
Ya, I was reading the manual and it said not to use the preout's as well as the internal at the same time. But i could'nt think of a reason as to why.
I ran it pretty hard at times too and it never skipped a beat man.
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Would these make a good set for someone who primarily listens to metal/rock and some electronic (trance)? How do these stack up against the P660c?
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These seem like a good budget set for the GF's car. Problem is, they'd be passive off a Cadence XA125.2 (80x2 @ 4 OHM). Hmm... I was actually thinking of getting her a pair of HAT Imagines since I currently own a pair of Clarus and am satisfied. Decisions. Decisions...

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I just put a set of these in my 2011 sierra .
Nice sounding set !
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