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Hifonics Zeus ZXi 683


$49.00 Released November, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Lights are a nice touch, make them look cool at night. Run well on head unit power, don't necessarily need a separate amp. Will last more than a year at least without losing any of their clarity.

The Cons:Need to be properly tightened down or they vibrate and sound like they're ripped. Some weakness is noticeable in the treble range.

The Hifonics Zeus ZXi 683 is a three-way speaker built from a lightweight titanium-ceramic composite cone produced to output quality, rigid bass signals. The fifth speaker in the Hifonics Zeus series, the ZXi 683 ditches the circular frame of past models for a 6"x8" oval frame instead.

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In addition, the ZXi 683 offers a slightly weaker peak power handling (425w versus 500w) and nominal power handling (85w versus 100w) than its circular predecessor, the ZXi 6.5C. The ZXi 683, however, supports a superior frequency of 43Hz-24kHz (versus 56Hz-25kHz). The ZXi 683 also comes equipped with a 12mm Neodymium silk multi-mount swivel-enabled tweeter, a 360 radial cooled motor structure, and low-profile anti-resonant MaxxFitt titanium-chromed speaker frames. The Hifonics Zeus ZXi 683 is priced at $48.99, $11 less than the $59.99 ZXi 6.5C.

Features

  • Speaker Model ZXi 683
  • Size: 6” x 8”
  • Type: 3-Way
  • Mounting: 2.32" Depth
  • Peak Power Handling: 425W
  • Nominal Power Handling: 85W
  • Frequency Response: 43Hz-24kHz

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Pros
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    lights are a nice touch, make them look cool at night

  • 1

    run well on head unit power, don't necessarily need a separate amp

  • 1

    will last more than a year at least without losing any of their clarity

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    enough bass support that they sound a bit like a small sub

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    enough durability to work well with a moderately powered amp

Cons
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    need to be properly tightened down or they vibrate and sound like they're ripped

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    some weakness is noticeable in the treble range

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