Conclusion: I used these to replace front door speakers in my wife's station wagon. They are very clear and bright, cover a surprising range down into the mid's, and I can push them as hard as the head unit will push with no distortion whatever. Unbeatable value, I'd buy them again in a second.
Conclusion: I installed the Boss Ch5530 speakers in the doors of my vehicle to replace dead factory speakers. its been 6 months now. the speakers sound quality is great just like on the first day i installed them. i have had 0 issues with these speakers for 6 months so far. i like the design and look of theses speakers . so far the durability of these speakers are great.if you need a cheap quality set of speakers. i recommend these.
Conclusion: I bought these to replace the stock blown speakers in my van. I am running them off a JVC KD-R200 deck, and they sound good. I know this size speaker is not for bass, but having the bass gain on my deck at 3 (out of 6) they distort. Turning down to 1-2 seems good until I turn the volume to high (40+ on the dial). More power would help (deck pushing 20 rms/50 peak per channel and I seriously doubt they will handle 230 rms & 450 peak per pair).
Christopher from Independence, MO, Sonic Electronix
19 October 2010
Conclusion: I have these speakers in my 2000 grand prix gt and they are ok speakers but it took maybe a week and one of the speakers has a small ting noise to it yes they are very loud and don't get distorted so i am not sure if it is actually the speaker i might just be that something has rattled lose in my door it is only on one side and goes completely away when you turn it up.