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Item for Sale:

JL Audio Evolution VR 650-CXi 6.50 in. / 165 mm Coaxial Speakers

Item(s) Description/Condition:

* 2-way 6-3/4" speakers (pair)
* injection-molded mica-filled polypropylene woofer with butyl rubber surround
* 1" treated textile dome tweeter
* built-in crossover network
* 4-ohm impedance
* 2-60 watts RMS power range
* frequency response: 59-22,000 Hz
* sensitivity: 89.5 dB
* depth: 2-1/2"

Detailed Link: JL Audio VR650-CXi Evolution Car Audio Speakers

Functionality: 9/10
Cosmetic: 5/10

These played perfectly to their full ability, nice and punchy when powered by an Alpine MRP-F300 50Watt RMSx4 amplifier (also for sale here), plenty loud for my tastes, almost to the point of being painful when I pushed them, which was a rare occurance (I'm a musician and I value my hearing ). The only reason I'm giving these a lower score on the cosmetic / functionality grade is that the mounting screw seems to have pulled over some of the surround a little bit - I honestly did not notice anything wrong until I was selling the car and had to pull these out. See photo.

Very solid entry-level speaker set. Standard sized so will fit most cars out there - it fit my 1999 Altima with no modification (except drilling new holes) and NOTHING fit that thing! No crossover to worry about - its all on board. Just a nice solid upgrade from stock speakers. They are very tolerant of lower power too - ran them off my 15RMS head-unit for half their life and the sound quality was night and day compared to stock - and of course they REALLY took off once I fed them some power.


$60 OBO shipped
$50 OBO for local pickup

Miscellaneous Item Information:

Local obviously easier/faster/preferred. Otherwise will ship with USPS. Payment through PayPal preferred unless local, then cash of course.

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