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Polk Audio db6501


$240.00 Released March, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Able to fit easily into spaces that stock tweeters go in. Treble and bass power high enough they can be set to flat on the stereo. Bass is strong and well represented.

The Cons:Requires a break-in period before it starts to sound the way it should.

The Polk Audio db6501 are pair of 6.5” 2-way component car-audio loudspeakers made out of dynamic balance polymer/mica composites and wrapped in durable butyl rubber surrounds. An upgrade from the db5251, the db6501 utilizes a larger speaker (6.5” versus 5.25”), higher peak power handling (300w versus 250w), and lower frequency response (35Hz-23kHz versus 53Hz-23kHz).

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The db6501 also includes a 1” liquid-cooled silk/polymer composite dome tweeter, flush & surface mount swivel cups for placement flexibility, and muscular ABS Grilles. Unlike any other previous speakers in the Audio db series, the Audio db6501 comes supplied with adapter rings cited as enabling it to fit both 6.5” and 6.75” mounting openings in VWs, Audis, BMWs, and European imports. The Polk Audio db6501 also features an electronic tweeter protection circuit and vented crossover housing, making it a formidable counterpart to the db5251.

Features

  • Mid/Woofer: 6-1/2" Diameter (16.51cm) Polymer/Mica composite
  • Tweeter: 1" Diameter (2.54cm) Silk/Polymer Composite dome
  • Overall Frequency Response: 35Hz-23kHz
  • Nominal Impedance: 4ohms
  • Power Handling (continuous): 100w
  • Power Handling (peak): 300w
  • Efficiency: 92dB
  • Top Mount: 2" (5.08cm)
  • Bottom Mount: 2-5/16" (5.87cm)

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    able to fit easily into spaces that stock tweeters go in

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    treble and bass power high enough they can be set to flat on the stereo

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    bass is strong and well represented

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    output is clear and strong enough not to need an amplifier

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    details in the audio stand out, able to hear subtleties other drivers muffle

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    ship with all necessary hardware for installation

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    requires a break-in period before it starts to sound the way it should

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