BOSS Audio SK693 600 Watt (Per Pair), 6 x 9 Inch, Full Range, 3 Way Car Speakers (Sold in Pairs) Description
Style:6′ x 9′ 3-Way View larger Specifications 6 x 9 inch, 600 watt 3-way speakersImpedance: 4 OhmsFrequency: 45Hz â 20KHzSensitivity: 92 dB @ 1 W/1 mMounting depth: 3-1/2â (89mm) Features Custom tooled removable skull coverIlluminated eyes flash to the beat of the music (except SK65) Rear Of SK693View larger What Comes In The Box? One pair of speaker wiresMounting screwsTwo custom tooled grillesMounting template View larger Cone â Poly Injection Polyurethane, categorized as a polymer, is a resilient, flexible and durable manufactured material that can take the place of paint, cotton, rubber, metal or wood in thousands of applications across virtually all fields. It can be hard like fiberglass, squishy upholstery foam that can be protective like varnish, bouncy like rubber, or sticky like glue. In the case of our cones, this material allows for maximum flexibility that produces great sounding speakers lasting a long time. View larger Voice Coil â Aluminum Our speakers are capable of higher or elevated temperature strength and fatigue properties that will increase performance and efficiency of heavy duty play time, through lower weight and higher operating temperatures. View larger Surround â Butyl Rubber Butyl Rubber is a synthetic (man-made) rubber and is valued for its chemical inertness, impermeability to air, and ability to endure or resist exposure to the many types of weather fronts. Butyl rubber has applications from sports equipment to automotive parts, the medical industry, and more. We use them for the surrounds that connect the cone to the basket. Food-grade butyl rubber is used in many chewing gums as the central gum base, which contributes not only the its elasticity but an obstinate, sticky quality. Similarly, the butyl rubber surround in our speakers can take an equivalent amount of abuse without quitting. View larger Tweeter â Piezo Piezoelectric tweeters have several advantages over conventional tweeters. They are resistant to overloads that would normally destroy most high frequency drivers and they can be used without a crossover due to their electrical properties. The active element is a piece of polarized material – some parts of the molecule are positively charged, while other parts of the molecule are negatively charged.