Two Pair of F6 - 6.5" 3-Way Coaxial Speakers + RX4 Amplifier | 65w x 4 RMS
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Grab 2 Pair (4 speakers, Tweeters & Crossovers) of Fierce 6.5" Component Speakers powered by the RX4 4-Channel Amplifier!
The F6 3-Way Coaxial Speakers are highly efficient and require less power when creating a musical and winning front sound stage in your vehicle. Features include 30mm Mid-Range Tweeters, 13mm Super Tweeters, Butyl Rubber Surrounds, 1” Voice Coils, Powder Coated Baskets and Custom Cones of a Poly / Mica & Paper
The RX4 Toro Audio Multi Channel Amplifier is rated at 65 Watts x 4 @ 4 Ohms RMS and 180 Watts x 2 RMS @ 4 ohm bridged. Stable at 2 Ohms with a high quality A/B Class PCB layout that includes built in auto sensing turn on function for vehicles that do not have the ability for RCA output, selective Bass Boost EQ for fine tuning, soft delay remote turn on/off circuit that eliminates pops and clicks.
The RX4 Amplifier utilizes a MOSFET power supply for high output and increased stability, variable gain control.
With a frequency range from 14Hz ~ 50kHz this versatile amp can power a wide range of subwoofers and speakers.
Heavy Gauge Steel Powder Coated Baskets
High Energy Y30 Magnets for High Motor Force & Accurate Sound Reproduction
Two Piece Metal Mesh Grills
Custom Blended Poly Mica / Paper Cones
Butyl Rubber Surrounds
High Quality Cloth Spider with Polyester Fiber
1" High Temperature KSV Voice Coils
13mm Hard Dome Tweeter with Ferro Fluid Cooled Voice Coils
30mm Mid Range Tweeter
13mm Ferro Fluid
30mm Harmonized Housing
Custom Blended Poly Mica / Paper
60 watts (30w per speaker)
Sound Quality Class-A/B Design
Built-In Auto Sensing Turn-On Function (Hi-Inputs)
MOSFET Power Supplies for High Power Output and Best Stability into Low Impedance Loads
Soft Delay Remote Turn On/Off Circuit Eliminates Pops and Clicks
Variable Low Pass & High Pass Electronic Crossover
Selectable Bass Boost EQ ~ OFF / 6dB / 12dB
Self-Diagnostic Protection Circuit with LED Status Indicator for Impedance Over-load, Speaker Short Circuit, Thermal Overheating, and DC Output