sin city basshead from Las Vegas, NV, Sonic Electronix
7 February 2015
Conclusion: At first i bought these speakers to just replace the stock speakers in my truck ,its a dodge dakota extra cab , i had no idea they were gonna be 63/4's, after looking at every review on every 63/4 speakers I HAD to have these,I will never forget the pioneer 6x9s i had when i was in high school cause...
Conclusion: Tonality is flat and neutral, exactly what one wants from a speaker. Given that it is a 2-way system, one can extract a weak point where a third speaker in a 3-way would help divide up the sound spectrum and elevate any overworking of the main driver. That being said, it can't be beat for the price.
Conclusion: I bough these to replace tired and blown factory speakers... Anything would have sounded better than them really but I was pleasantly surprised at the amazing quality the speakers produce even with just a factory deck.
Conclusion: I own a 2002 Camaro Convertible with the Monsoon stereo. I was getting tired of blowing the front factory speakers so several years ago I replaced the factory speakers with Kenwood speakers and a new Kenwood amp.
Conclusion: Great product. I tend to like loud and clear vs bass in my door speakers since I have a good sub. Not quite as clear as my Infinity Kappas but they didn't have them in the right size for my Altima and they were in the right price range I was looking for.
Conclusion: The Pioneer TS-D1702R speakers are Great speakers! The sound quality and power handling capabilities of these speakers are Excellent! I always used Infinity speakers for the sound quality, but these speakers sound better through the sound spectrum.
Conclusion: These D17's are a huge deal in terms of what your going to get out of them. The price is considerably lower than the competition(Crutchfield), and I'm still reaping the value out of them today.