Conclusion: These speakers sound pretty good all around. A word of warning to 2002 and newer Dodge truck owners: These speakers are a really tight fit and since the factory Infinity system already has crossovers on the front door speakers, you wont get any of the mid to hi frequencies out of these. Maybe a 1-way mid-range speaker might have been a better fit. I am still very happy with the sound.
Conclusion: These are my favorite 6x9's I like them so much that I've replaced them with the same speakers 3 times. they are loud and and have great clarity. Plus they can handle a lot of power. You won't be disappointed with these speakers...also side note i've had to replace them because my subwoofer tore them up. I've since bought a sound baffle for them to protect them from my subwoofer and they still sound great.
Conclusion: I bought these speakers for my girlfriend's car cause she blew the stock rear ones. I wasnt sure what to expect from them, but for the price and being Infinity, I figured they would be decent. Very surprised. Alot more bass detail than I was expecting and still very clean sounding. All while running off the head units high level lines. No amp. I plan to get a set of these to replace my rear 6x9s in my Blazer very soon.
Conclusion: What an amazing deal on the Infinity speakers. I found that Sonic Electronix price couldn't be beat and I knew the Infinity speakers would sound great in my 04 Toyota Corolla. They have fast shipping and great service!
Conclusion: It has been 6 months since I purchased my Infinity 6x9's and I'm still just as happy with them since I first installed them. As I paid half of the MSRP, the value is off the chart. They are in the rear deck of my 2000 Grand Prix and are powered via a MB Quart amp (75ish watts/each). The bass is great for a full-range driver as well as the mid and treble.