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Feb 11, 10:26pm - #397874 
INFINITY COMPONANT SPEAKERS

Hey, I had just baught the Inifinity reference 6000cs component speakers. I was thinking of taking them to a shop to get them in but I'm interested in doing itmyself. they consist of the speaker, tweeter and amp for each door. here are the specs, can you guys tell me what I would have to do etc? Thanks

Type: 6.5" 2-way component system
Speaker Impedance: 4 Ohms
Power Handling: 90W RMS, 270W Peak
Frequency response: 53 Hz - 21KHz
Sensitivity: 92 dB
Crossover Freq: 3.5KHz
Mount depth: Woofer: 2-1/16"

Also I was planning to use the amps that are provided and run my subs and rear speakers on my existing amp, which they currently are now


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Feb 11, 10:34pm - #397875 
are you sure those are amps and not crossovers that came with the speakers? I haven't heard of the infinity components coming with amps before.

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Feb 11, 10:38pm - #397876 
nice choice...i believe those are crossovers and not amps..

btw i have an infinity kappa perfects components on the front
and infinity kappas on the rear thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup

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Feb 11, 10:38pm - #397877 
The boxes are not amps but crossovers, they provide the correct frequecies to the tweeter and mid. Shouldn't be hard to install but if you thought they were amps, I might take them to the local audio shop to get them installed.

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Feb 11, 10:53pm - #397878 
who wants to explain all of this jargon to me...lol i know i want two ten inch subs other than that i have no clue about watts and amp cry

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Feb 11, 11:46pm - #397879 
ah, I meant crossovers. I believe there should be a master wire that spilts off to the otehr wires for the speakers, should I just attach the master wire to the crossover and then attach the speakers to the crossover?


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Feb 12, 12:54am - #397880 
so you arent running an amp to the new speakers?


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Feb 12, 1:04am - #397881 
lol I installed the same ones, dont expect your tweeters to last very long thumbsdown

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Feb 12, 1:05am - #397882 
Here you go, this should help wave

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Feb 12, 1:10am - #397883 
ON ANOTHER NOTE, I do not have these anymore, I now own MB Quartz


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Feb 12, 9:16am - #397884 
thanks man, why did your tweeters last long? so I should just go from the amp to the crossover to the speakers. What if I reduced the output level on the tweeter?


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Feb 13, 9:03am - #397885 
I have a 2000 Toyota Celica GTS. I installed them today, what I did was take wires from the amp w/ 18 gauge wire to the crossover, then I went to 18 gauge wire to the tweeter w/ the "-3dB" option (i've heard these tweeters don't last long) Then I used 16 gauge wire for the speaker. Does that sound ok? Is there anything else I could do to improve this?


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Feb 13, 10:17pm - #397886 
sounds good thumbsup


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