Released March, 2010
The Pros:Very crisp, clear sound quality. Excellent mid and high frequency performance when used standalone. Can be used at very high volumes with little distortion.
The Cons:Bass performance is a bit stale without a subwoofer.
The Kicker DS6930 are entry-level priced component speakers designed for high power output. These are similar to the Kicker DS680, but have twice the power output and stronger support for deep bass sound.
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Audio output is rated at 140 watts of peak power, and the frequency response range is 30 hz to 20 kHz. The speakers are only slightly larger than the Kicker DS680, with the woofers in a 6 by 9 inch oval shape and the same 1/2 titanium-domed tweeters used. Amplifiers will be working with a 4 ohm impedance when connected to these speakers, and the grilles are built-in for increased durability.
- Smooth balanced sound
- External attenuation switch on component crossover
- Titanium-domed tweeters
- Woofer: 6x9 in, 16x23 cm
- Tweeter: 1/2 in, 1.3 cm
- Impedance: 4 ohms
- Max Power: 140 Watts PEAK, 70 Watts RMS
- Sensitivity: 92 dB
- Frequency Response: 30 hz - 20 kHz
- Mounting Hole Diameter: 5-15/16x8-3/4 in, 15.1x22.2 cm
- Mounting Depth: 3-1/4 in, 8.3 cm
- Grilles built in
User Reviews (1)
Very crisp, clear sound quality.
Excellent mid and high frequency performance when used standalone.
Can be used at very high volumes with little distortion.
Very well priced for the quality.
Sound very balanced and full when coupled with a subwoofer.
Very quick and easy to install.
Bass performance is a bit stale without a subwoofer.
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