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9.5 out of 10

Focal IC 570

Great Deal: $129.99

Reviews and Problems with Focal IC 570

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Overall 6
6.0

Focal 5x7

Anonymous, Crutchfield
21 December 2013
  • Summary: These are ok speakers, but was a little disappointed considering their cost. My Kappas are much better. After spending time tuning them they are much better, but seem to need a lot if power to drive them.
  • Pros: Great quality as far as build goes
  • Cons: Need lots of power to get the bass out of them
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Overall 6
6.0

Focal Speakers

larry, Crutchfield
21 December 2013
  • Summary: I purchased with a nav system. The nav system has so many inputs outputs I am not sure what all they do. I can say that the base is lacking. I have nothing to compare these speakers to. So I can not tell you if it is the speakers of the vav system.
  • Pros: Just speakers
  • Cons: Lacking base
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Overall 10
10

Great speakers!

Concrete Mary, Crutchfield
15 December 2013
  • Summary: I installed these speakers in my 2002 ford Lightning along with the Focal powered subwoofer, the speakers sound great and had I known how great they sounded I probably could have gotten away without the subwoofer because the speakers and new head unit added plenty of bass in my single cab!
  • Pros: direct replacement for my truck and sound awesome!
  • Cons: none!
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Overall 10
10

Randy

RandyD, Crutchfield
24 September 2013
Overall 6
6.0

Focal Integration IC 570

Anonymous, Crutchfield
24 September 2013
Overall 10
10

Focal 570s

Anonymous, Crutchfield
21 June 2013
Overall 8
8.0

Great set for the price

Stan, Crutchfield
1 December 2012
  • Summary: I have two pairs in my truck replacing all factory door speakers installed with the Boom Mat speaker baffles . Initially, I ran them off a Pioneer AVH-X1500DVD head unit with the internal high-pass set at 120Hz. I wasn't expecting to get great mid-bass from them (even with the high-pass filter disabled) since my next phase involved a subwoofer. I hadn't owned a set of Focal speakers prior to this purchase, but I saw many competition vehicles utilizing their equipment.
  • Pros: Great clarity, reasonable price for the quality you get
  • Cons: Mid-bass isn't anything to brag about.
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Overall 8
8.0

Be patient

CMG, Crutchfield
1 December 2012
  • Summary: Guided to these speakers by the Crutchfield rep (I intended to purchase another set of Infinity Reference). Excellent sale brought them into my price range, and I was very aware of this company's reputation in home audio. Packaging was a little basic, but the speakers seemed well-made. Paired with a new Kenwood receiver, they completely underwhelmed at first. They were certainly not bad, but I immediately regretted not sticking with the original Infinity plan.
  • Pros: Very balanced, silky midrange, opening up more every day
  • Cons: Pronounced break-in period; perhaps the materials do not immediately impress more than other good speakers
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Overall 10
10

NICE

Robert, Crutchfield
1 December 2012
Overall 6
6.0

Expected a little more from Focal.

fukuokakid, Crutchfield
2 November 2012
  • Summary: Installed as rear fill in a 2012 Mazda 5. I tested them in 3 different configurations... 1) As a direct replacement. Using only the thin isolation ring that was included. Results: Bad. Lots of distortion and no bass. I attribute this to be Mazda's fault. The mounting location and conditions are far from ideal. Only a thin piece of sheet metal with nothing to isolate the back-wave. 2) + baffle (BoomMat). Results: Little better.
  • Pros: better than stock
  • Cons: No bottom end Needs tweeter level adjustment
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