Released January, 2008
The Pros:Brings out a lot of detail in music. Clear and crisp in the highs and mids. Lows hit really deep, good representation of the details in the bass range.
The Cons:Mids are a bit overshadowed by the highs and lows, not completely evenly balanced.
The Pioneer TS-D6902R are a pair of 6” x 9” 2-way car-audio loudspeakers built from dual-layer IMC Aramid/Basalt fibers wrapped into a composite cone. Larger than previous TS-D models, the TS-D6902R incorporates the TS-D6802R’s oval frame.
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However, it includes a much improved maximum power handling (360w versus 260w) and frequency response (28Hz-30kHz versus 30Hz-32kHz). The TS-D6902R also includes a 1-1/8” soft dome tweeter and an extra large rear chamber designed for lower crossover. In addition, the TS-D6902R sports a speaker grille, a custom-fit basket designed for Ford and Mazda automobiles, and a sensitivity of 90 dB. Priced at $179.95, only $20 over the $149.95 TS-D6802R, the Pioneer TS-D6902R is cited as a worthwhile investment considering its drastic improvement in power over the TS-D6802R.
- Woofer Cone Material: Dual-Layer IMX Aramid/Basalt Fiber Composite Cone
- Surround: Butyl Rubber for Smoother Response
- Voice Coil Bobbin: Glass-Imide
- Voice Coil Wire: OFC Copper
- Damper: Aramid Fiber
- Tweeter: 1-1/8" Soft Dome with Magnetic Fluid and Neodymium Magnet
- Rear Chamber Tweeter Design: Large Rear Chamber Design for Lower Crossover Frequency
- Basket Design: Full Depth Basket for Rich Bass Response
- Wave Guides: Wave Guides For Dispersion Control
- Built-in Passive Crossover: -6dB/Oct. LPF, -12dB/Oct. HPF
- Speaker Grille: Included
- Custom-Fit Basket: Custom Fit for Ford and Mazda
- Watts MAX Music Power: 360w
- Watts Nominal Power Handling: 80w
- Frequency Response: 28Hz-30kHz
- Sensitivity (1W/1m): 90dB
- Ohm Rating: 4
- Mounting Depth: 3-1/2" (89mm)
User Reviews (1)
brings out a lot of detail in music
clear and crisp in the highs and mids
lows hit really deep, good representation of the details in the bass range
don't need an additional amp for these, will perform well with an OEM head unit
capable of taking a lot of power if you want to add an amp later
built-in crossover makes them perform like a traditional component speaker, much simpler to set up
mids are a bit overshadowed by the highs and lows, not completely evenly balanced
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