Made In The CSA from Wallowa, OR, Sonic Electronix
10 September 2011
Conclusion: I have had these for six months or so and have them running through a Hifonics HFi55.4 amp (55 watts rms x4 at 4 ohms) and they sound great. the only problem I have is my amp heating up when I crank them up and making them sound washy But that is NOT a speaker problem at all. They look good, sound good, and have lasted through the punishment I have given them. The only thing I would say is they are not so hot in a bass department they are pretty much meds and highs.
Conclusion: I wrote a review before but i was totally wrong.. these speakers are great. they just sounded bad because i was underpowering them.. if you dont have a amp or powerful head unit to push them they will distorat.. so i have a soundstorm amp and after i hooked them up they sounded amazing!!
Conclusion: I have a pair of these in the doors of my 06 mustang GT amped and they are loud. They were somewhat loud of the head unit but you expect more from them. Amped, they are just as clean as JL but louder. They also have the cool light feature that goes along with the song, but I don't use it.
Conclusion: I like these speakers. I got 4 of them them for my 98 crown vic and they work fine, however, I have The Hifonics HFi55.4 Amp powering them, also I've kind of babied my system by using a great amp kit and capacitor. Bottom line, if you take care of these speakers they'll take care of you.
Conclusion: This is a follow-up review I replaced my 4 doors with these in March 2010. It's now October 2010. I recently upgraded 4ch amp to Pioneer GM-D9500F. CEA compliant 75 W RMS... and now one of the fronts is becoming blown. I used the HPF on my deck to raise it up a bit (100Hz) so less mid-bass getting sent to the 4ch's and this has helped buy me some time. It's a shame too because I liked the sound and output of these. Guess they overrated them a bit.
Conclusion: Had to replace my four factory speakers in my 2007 Ford Focus after I installed a MTX Thunderform 12 inch subwoofer and replaced the factory radio with an Eclipse CD1200G, both which I got from Sonic. The factory speakers just could not keep up with the Eclipse and MTX to reproduce my MP3 music. I got four of these Zeus speakers after reading all the reviews and comparisons that Sonic has on their site.
Conclusion: these speakers are ok. it cant handle my radio. i have a 200 watt dual cd/usb/aux radio in my car. once i get past probably 30 they start getting distorted. but if ya was powering these speakers with a factory radio then they would be fine.