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Polk Audio db461p


$100.00 Released March, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to install in a wide variety of vehicles. Don't distort at high volumes. Crisp and clear, make the most of whatever the head unit sends them.

The Cons:Instructions are fairly sparse, manual doesn't give many specifics. Need a subwoofer for the low end, severely drops off in the bass range.

The Polk Audio db461p are a pair of 4”x6” two-way plate car-audio loudspeakers composed out of dynamic balance polymer/mica composites. An upgrade from the db461, the db461p supports higher peak power handling (150w versus 120w) and continuous power handling (50w versus 40w).

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In addition, unlike its predecessors, the db461p mounts its liquid-cooled .75” silk/polymer dome tweeter apart from the woofer, thereby allowing improved performance from separate components lodged in a single speaker. In addition, the Audio db461p relies on a plate-style design that is cited as making installation into factory spaces easier. The Polk Audio db461p also features high and low pass crossover filters that delivery accurate midrange and glare-free highs, low-mass 2-layer 25mm Kapton voice coils, and a pole plate heat sink that promotes more thorough head dissipation.

Features

  • Mid/Woofer: 4" x 6" (10.16cm x 15.24cm) Polymer/Mica composite
  • Tweeter: 3/4" Diameter (1.91cm) Silk Dome Tweeter
  • Overall Frequency Response: 71Hz-22kHz
  • Nominal Impedance: 4ohms
  • Power Handling (continuous): 50w
  • Power Handling (peak): 150w
  • Top Mount: 1-13/16" (4.60cm)
  • Bottom Mount: 2" (5.08cm)

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    easy to install in a wide variety of vehicles

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    don't distort at high volumes

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    crisp and clear, make the most of whatever the head unit sends them

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    high peak handling keeps them from blowing out even when higher end head units are turned way up

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    mids and highs are very strong and well-balanced, don't compete with each other

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    good impedance setting to ensure that there isn't any interference

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    instructions are fairly sparse, manual doesn't give many specifics

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    need a subwoofer for the low end, severely drops off in the bass range

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