Released March, 2010
The Pros:Crossover network looks cool, nice if you can't position it out of sight. Can be bi-amplified if you have a four channel amp. Sound quality is great both at low and high volume, no loss of detail.
The Cons:Not the loudest audio output available, won't rattle the windows. Some loss of definition in the deep bass, gets a little muddy. No gold plating on the connectors, uses cheaper nickel - some might feel this causes unnecessary impedance.
The Kicker RS65.2 is a component speaker system for car audio. This is similar to Kicker RS60.2, but uses a larger woofer with greater power output and better bass support. The midrange, tweeter and crossover combination covers a frequency range of 40 hz to 21 khz, and outputs up to 200 watts of peak power.
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This wide representation of the low and high frequencies is aided by the design of the tweeters, which use a DuPont Tetoron elliptical dome construction and can be mounted in a number of ways for the best sound. They can also be attenuated to ensure proper balance.
- Midrange/Tweeter/Crossover combo
- Cast-aluminum baskets
- Nickel-plated, spring-loaded terminals
- Tweeters: DuPont Tetoron elliptical domes
- Woofer: 6-1/2 in, 16.5 cm
- Tweeter: 1 in, 2.5 cm
- Max Power: 200 Watts PEAK, 100 Watts RMS
- Sensitivity: 87 dB 1w/1m
- Frequency Response: 40 hz - 21 khz
- Mounting Hole Diameter: 5-7/16 in, 13.8 cm
- Woofer Mounting Depth: 2-7/16 in, 6.2 cm
- Crossover Point: 3.5 khz
- Crossover Slope: 18 db hi, 12 db lo
- Tweeter Attenuation (1.5dB steps): 0/+3/+6
User Reviews (1)
crossover network looks cool, nice if you can't position it out of sight
can be bi-amplified if you have a four channel amp
sound quality is great both at low and high volume, no loss of detail
bass response is very good, can thump out some strong beats
terminals are well designed, makes it easy to set up
not the loudest audio output available, won't rattle the windows
some loss of definition in the deep bass, gets a little muddy
no gold plating on the connectors, uses cheaper nickel - some might feel this causes unnecessary impedance
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