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- 6.5" Plus One+ glass-fiber woofer cone with hi-roll rubber surround
- edge-driven PEI polymer dome tweeter
- handles up to 100 watts RMS (300 watts peak power)
Feel the difference One of my favorite moments during a car audio installation is pulling out an old, ragged factory speaker from its location and then picking up its new, aftermarket replacement. And if you're installing JBL's Stadium GTO600C premium car speakers, the immediate difference is a dramatic jump in design and build. From the hefty magnet to the oversized voice coil with shimmering copper, you can see and feel improvement - now just imagine how much better they'll sound than the browning antiques that have been filling your ears with compromised audio for so long. Separate edge-driven PEI dome tweeters JBL created their GTO600C 6-1/2" component speaker system as a hi-fi solution for those who want better sound in their vehicle. You'll find an edge-driven design in their separate PEI polymer dome tweeters for a smoother, more open response and minimal distortion at high volume levels. Each tweeter also features a level control button so you can adjust the brightness to your taste. Versatile crossovers JBL holds their external crossovers to the same standards as the rest of this speaker system. The crossovers help shape the Stadium sound and bring out all the details that make your music sound real. Each crossover also features a tweeter level control button so you can adjust the brightness to your taste. These crossovers will easily accommodate an upgrade to a 3-way system if you'd like to add JBL's optional Stadium GTO20M 2" midrange speaker . Woofers enhanced with Plus One+ technology JBL's glass fiber woofer will hold its shape when the power's cranked up, so you still get punchy and defined bass. Glass fiber weighs less than traditional materials, so you don't need a ton of power to drive this woofer either. JBL's Plus One+ woofer technology extends the cone right up to the edge of the basket, giving you lots of surface area - and a bigger cone means more bass to complement the superior high-frequency response.