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JL Audio vs. Rockford Fosgate Marine Speakers


Introduction

Rockford and JL Audio are two legends in the mobile audio world. Both of these companies have been around since the beginning of car audio. JL Audio and Rockford Fosgate both have expanded from car audio into the marine market and been very successful. We are going to break down JL Audio and Rockford Fosgate marine speakers to help you understand what is similar, what is different. Also, we give our honest opinion on which ones we feel are the best for various applications.



Product Offerings
JL Audio has two different lines of marine speakers, M3 and M6. To make things fun and a little confusing, Rockford Fosgate also uses the letter "M" to designate their speaker lines with M0, M1, and M2. We will try to make this as clear as possible, and while the numbers might mean something within Rockford and JL, they do not cross over. Rockford Fosgate's M1 and JL Audio's M3 have similar performance specs and price points, and the same is true with Rockford's M2 and JL's M6.
JL Audio
• M3
• M6
Rockford Fosgate
• M0
• M1
• M2



Speaker Sizes
JL Audio M3
• 6.5"
• 7.7"
JL Audio M6
• 6.5"
• 7.7"
• 8.8"
Rockford Fosgate M0
• 6.5"
Rockford Fosgate M1
• 6"
• 6.5"
• 8"
Rockford Fosgate M2
• 6.5"
• 8"
• 8" w/ Horn Tweeter



Disclaimer
For the sake of this comparison, we are not going to include the M0 speakers or the JL Audio 8.8" speakers. JL does not have a product that competes with M0 and Rockford Fosgate does not make a speaker bigger than 8".
6.5" Speakers
Power Handling
First, we are going to compare the power handing of all three speakers. The power handling is important because it helps give you an idea of how loud and how clear the speakers will play. The more power you can give your speakers, the louder they will get, the cleaner they will sound, and the better they will sound when turned up and playing loud. For the sake of this comparison, they are all virtually the same. Can you hear the difference in 25 watts? Probably not. The volume knob can adjust any perceived difference in volume.
JL Audio M3-650x
• 60W RMS
Rockford Fosgate M1
• 75W RMS
JL Audio M6-650x
• 75W RMS
Rockford Fosgate M2
• 150W RMS




Grille Options
The JL Audio M3 and M6 both come in a classic white, closed-style grille and open-style sport grilles in both white and gunmetal. The sport grilles for the M3 and M6 do look a little bit different, but both are twin, 6 spoke designs.

The Rockford Fosgate M1 and M2 speakers come in an open-style, sport grille. They are both available in black or white. Many marine speakers use a charcoal or titanium grille instead of a true black. But, Rockford's marine speakers come with true, black grilles. The Rockford Fosgate M2 speakers have removable stainless steel, mesh overlays. This overlay matched the previous, Punch marine speakers and is a nice finish that is not necessarily an open style grille. Still, it looks more aggressive than the closed, horizontal lines on the JL classic white grille.

JL Audio M3-650x
• White Classic (Closed)
• White Sport (Open)
• Gunmetal Sport (Open)
Rockford Fosgate M1
• White (Open)
• Black (Open)
JL Audio M6-650x
• White Classic (Closed)
• White Sport (Open)
• Gunmetal Sport (Open)
Rockford Fosgate M2
• White (Open)
• Black (Closed)
• Optional Stainless Mesh Overlay Included








Efficiency Ratings
The speaker's efficiency rating gives you a standard baseline to tell you how loud that speaker will play. The higher the SPL, or efficiency rating, the louder that the speaker will play, given the same amount of actual power. We measure this value in dB at 1W/1m. The actual speaker output is controlled by the volume, which can be adjusted up or down. Still, it is a good baseline to tell you how efficient the speakers are and how "loud" they play, assuming the other variables are held constant. It is important to keep in mind that every 3dB the volume doubles. Does .5dB matter? Probably not. If it is 3dB louder, will you notice a difference? Yes, assuming everything else stays the same.
JL Audio M3-650x
• 89.5 dB @ 1W/1m
Rockford Fosgate M1
• 90 dB @ 1W/1m
JL Audio M6-650x
• 89.5 dB @ 1W/1m
Rockford Fosgate M2
• 91.8 dB @ 1W/1m




Tweeter Size & Material

Tweeters are very important when it comes to the sound profile of your speakers. There are three different types of tweeters for marine speakers, soft-dome (silk), hard dome, and horns. Neither JL Audio nor Rockford make a horn tweeter in a 6.5" coaxial speaker, so we can ignore that for this comparison.

Both the Rockford Fosgate M1 and M2 speakers come with 1" tweeters. The 6.5" M1 speakers have an LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer) dome tweeter, which is a fancy name for hard plastic. This material is going to be bright, crisp, and loud. It isn't going to have the harshness of an aluminum dome tweeter. Yet, it is less expensive than a titanium dome tweeter. The 6.5" M2 speakers have a laminated PXNX tweeter. Rockford Fosgate is very forthcoming with regards to what PXNX is, but we have spoken with their product development manager, who has explained to us that PXNX is, "Stuff, that isn't really a hard dome tweeter, but it isn't a silk-dome tweeter either." The PXNX tweeter is super loud and also delivers better sound quality than a titanium dome tweeter. The 91.8dB sensitivity rating reflects the volume output and efficiency of the PXNX tweeter. This is much higher than most 6.5" speakers.

The JL Audio M3-650x and M6-650x both come with specially treated silk dome tweeters. Silk dome tweeters are very popular for their rich, warm, and balanced sound profile. Many people think silk dome tweeters just sound better. JL Audio has found a way to use specially treated silk in their marine speakers. They have tested to ensure that it stands up to the elements, including both salt fog and UV exposure. The silk dome tweeters are popular because they just sound better.

Now, if you are thinking, "Well, I will just go with JL because they have silk dome tweeters," there are other things to consider. The tweeters that come in the Rockford speakers are going to play much brighter and much louder than the silk dome tweeter in the JL M3 and M6. In an outdoor, marine environment, there is a ton of ambient noise from the wind, water, and engine. That noise is going to cancel out fidelity. Also, in a boat, the speakers are often located down low and not pointed toward your face and your ears. In these types of environments, the loud and bright speakers cut through all of that noise. Also, what do you want from your boat's speakers? Do you want it just to be loud? Or, are you willing to sacrifice sheer volume for sound quality? A lot will also depend on the type of boat you have and how you use it. Also, how loud is "loud enough?" These are questions we can't answer for you, but these are essential things to think about when selecting the right 6.5" speakers?

JL Audio M3-650x
• .75" Silk Dome Tweeter
Rockford Fosgate M1
• 1.00" LCP Tweeter
JL Audio M6-650x
• .80" Silk Dome Tweeter
Rockford Fosgate M2
• 1.00" PXNX Tweeter




Power Source
Your speakers must match up well with your power source. If you are powering your speakers directly off of your radio, the M3-650x is your only option among these three speakers. If your amplifier is putting out 50+ watts per channel, you should have enough power for any of the three options. Music is dynamic, so is the power output of your amplifier as the speaker cone moves. Can you hear the difference in 25 watts, outside, on your boat? Probably not. Can you hear the difference in 50 watts? Yes. If you have an amplifier that is putting out less than 50 watts RMS, I would probably defer to the JL Audio M3-650x. If you have a high power amplifier, remember that you can always turn the gain down. But if you don't have enough power and your gain is maxed out, you can't turn it up any higher.
JL Audio M3-650x
• Can be powered directly off of your head unit
• Amplifier Recommended
Rockford Fosgate M1
• Can be powered directly off of your head unit
• Amplifier Recommended
JL Audio M6-650x
• Amplifier Required
Rockford Fosgate M2
• Amplifier Required




LED Lighting

The Rockford Fosgate M1 and M2 speakers come standard with their Color Optix RGB LED lighting. The RGB LEDs are located behind the tweeter grille and shine backward onto the speaker to illuminate it. Rockford's Color Optix RGB LEDs are unique in that they are complete, plug-and-play. You don't need to run special, speaker wire. You don't have to cut, crimp, solder, or terminate. Instead, you buy Rockford's RGB LED controller, and you buy their Color Optix cables. Plug one end into the controller and the other end into the speakers. Repeat the process for the next speaker. You can then control your LEDs via Bluetooth using their app on your phone. The JL Audio M3 and M6 speakers are available with or without RGB LEDs. If you want them, buy the model that comes with the LEDs. They are slightly more expensive, but that's because they have LEDs. The LED models for the M3 speakers are available in the white sport and gunmetal sport grilles. All three grille styles of the M6 speakers are available with LEDs.

Now, the real difference in RGB LEDs is seen on the JL M6 speakers. The M6 speakers feature JL's patented, Transflective RGB technology. On these speakers, instead of putting the LEDs in the grille, behind the tweeter, the LEDs are located on the speaker basket itself. The cone is made from special, translucent material, and the LEDs light up the cone from the backside. Putting the LEDs on the speaker basket instead of behind the tweeter allows the M6 speakers to have more LEDs. Also, because the cone is translucent, it lights up smoother with less halo effect, and you don't see the "hot spots" that you oftentimes see when the LEDs are behind the tweeter. As a result, the M6 speakers are hands-down, the best looking LED speakers in the world. They light up brighter, and the output is smoother than any other LED marine speakers.

JL Audio M3-650x
• Optional with Sport While or Sport Gunmetal Grilles
Rockford Fosgate M1
• All Speakers come Standard with RGB LEDs
JL Audio M6-650x
• Optional for All Grille Styles
• The Best Looking RGB LED Speakers in the World
Rockford Fosgate M2
• All Speakers come Standard with RGB LEDs







Our Recommendations

The price points between the JL M3 and the Rockford M1 are close. The Rockford M2 is noticeably less expensive than the JL M6. Now, if you want RGB LEDs, the Rockford models are significantly less expensive than JL Audio. Rockford is going to be bright, crisp, and all about being loud. Since the JL speakers have silk dome tweeters, they are going to be rich, warm, and balanced and more focused on sound quality.

If you want other people to hear your music, go with Rockford. If you just need it to sound good to you, on your boat, JL will probably sound better.

It is also important to think about when and where you listen to your boat's stereo system. If you usually listen to it while out on the water with the engine on, going over 20 mph, the Rockford speakers will cut through all of that noise better than JL will. If you just go out and cruise and its usually quiet, the JL will sound better because you will be able to hear the difference in sound quality.

Best 6.5" Value
Rockford Fosgate M1
Best 6.5" If You Want it Loud
Rockford Fosgate M2
Best 6.5" for Sound Quality
JL Audio M6
Best Looking 6.5" Speakers
M6 with RGB LEDs
If You Want the Best of the Best 6.5" Speakers and Money Doesn't Matter
JL Audio M6
If you want the Loudest Stereo System You can Get With 6.5" Speakers
Rockford Fosgate M2
If You Like to Chill on Your Boat with a Glass of Cheap Wine
JL Audio M3
If You Like to Chill on your Boat but You Don't Do Cheap Wine
JL Audio M6

I personally do not think the M6 speakers are worth the money for 6.5" speakers. If you want sound quality, the M3 speakers are excellent, and they significantly cheaper. If you want it loud, go Rockford. If you want sound quality, go JL.



Comparison
JL Audio M3-650x
Tweeter Size
.75"
Tweeter Material
Silk Dome
Deck Power Compatible
Yes. Amplifier is Recommended
Grille Options
White Classic, White Sport, Gunmetal Sport
LED Options
White Sport & Gunmetal Sport available with RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
60 Watts
Peak Power Handling
120 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
89.5 dB
Frequency Response
55 Hz - 25KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
2.74"
Mounting Hole Diameter
5.00-5.25"
Outer Grille Diameter
6.90"
Rockford Fosgate M1-65
Tweeter Size
1.00"
Tweeter Material
LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer)
Deck Power Compatible
Yes. Amplifier Recommended
Grille Options
White & Black
 
LED Options
All Grille Options Include RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
75 Watts
Peak Power Handling
300 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
90 dB
Frequency Response
38 Hz - 25KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
2.49"
Mounting Hole Diamter
5.36"
Outer Grille Diameter
7.09"
JL Audio M6-650x
Tweeter Size
.8"
Tweeter Material
Silk Dome
Deck Power Compatible
No
Grille Options
White Classic, White Sport, Gunmetal Sport
LED Options
All Grille Options available with RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
75 Watts
Peak Power Handling
150 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
89.5 dB
Frequency Response
55 Hz - 25KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
3.00"
Mounting Hole Diameter
5.00-5.25"
Outer Grille Diameter
6.90"
Rockford Fosgate M2-65
Tweeter Size
1.00"
Tweeter Material
PXNX
Deck Power Compatible
No.
Grille Options
White & Black
 
LED Options
All Grille Options Include RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
150 Watts
Peak Power Handling
600 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
91.8 dB
Frequency Response
40 Hz - 25KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
2.49"
Mounting Hole Diamter
5.36"
Outer Grille Diameter
7.09"
8" Speakers
JL Audio does not make a true 8" speaker. Instead they make a 7.7" but for the sake of comparison here, we are going to treat them as 8" speakers as they are similar in size and the next step up over 6.5" speakers.
Power Handling
First, we are going to compare the power handing of all three speakers. The power handling is important because it helps give you an idea of how loud and how clear the speakers will play. The more power you can give your speakers, the louder they will get, the cleaner they will sound, and the better they will sound when turned up and playing loud. For the sake of this comparison, they are all virtually the same. Can you hear the difference in 25 watts? Not likely and any difference in volume could be achieved with the volume knob at most listening levels.
JL Audio M3-770x
• 70W RMS
Rockford Fosgate M1-8
• 150W RMS
JL Audio M6-770x
• 100W RMS
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
• 250W RMS
Rockford Fosgate M2-8H
• 300W RMS




Grille Options
The JL Audio M3-770X and M6-770X both come in a classic white, closed-style grille and open-style sport grilles in both white and gunmetal. The sport grilles for the M3 and M6 do look a little bit different, but both are twin, 6 spoke designs.

The Rockford Fosgate M1-8 and M2-8 speakers come in an open-style, sport grille. They are both available in black or white. Many marine speakers use a charcoal or titanium grille instead of a true black, but Rockford's marine speakers are a true black. The Rockford Fosgate M2 speakers have removable stainless steel, mesh overlays. This overlay matched the previous, Punch marine speakers and is a nice finish that is not necessarily an open style grille, but it looks more aggressive than the closed, horizontal lines on the JL classic white grille.

JL Audio M3-770x
• White Classic (Closed)
• White Sport (Open)
• Gunmetal Sport (Open)
Rockford Fosgate M1-8
• White (Open)
• Black (Open)
JL Audio M6-770x
• White Classic (Closed)
• White Sport (Open)
• Gunmetal Sport (Open)
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
• White (Open)
• Black (Closed)
• Optional Stainless Mesh Overlay Included








Efficiency Ratings
The speaker's efficiency rating gives you a standard baseline to tell you how loud that speaker will play. The higher the SPL, or efficiency rating, the louder that the speaker will play, given the same amount of actual power. This value is measured in dB at 1W/1m. This is somewhat subjective because you can always turn the volume up or down, but it is a good baseline to tell you how efficient the speakers are and how "loud" they play, assuming the other variables are held constant. It is important to keep in mind that every 3dB, the volume doubles. Does .5dB matter? Probably not. If it is 3dB louder, will you notice a difference? Yes, assuming everything else stays the same.
JL Audio M3-770x
• 90.5 dB @ 1W/1m
Rockford Fosgate M1-8
• 90 dB @ 1W/1m
JL Audio M6-770x
• 91 dB @ 1W/1m
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
• 91.8 dB @ 1W/1m
Rockford Fosgate M2-8H
• 94 dB @ 1W/1m




Tweeter Size & Material

Tweeters are very important when it comes to the sound profile of your speakers. There are three different types of tweeters for marine speakers, soft-dome (silk), hard dome, and horns. JL Audio does not make a horn tweeter in an 8" coaxial speaker, but Rockford Fosgate does in the M2.

Both the standard Rockford Fosgate M1 and M2 8" speakers come with 1" tweeters. The 8" M1 speakers have an LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer) dome tweeter, which is a fancy name for hard plastic. This material is going to be bright, crisp, and loud. It isn't going to have the harshness of an aluminum dome tweeter, yet it is less expensive than a titanium dome tweeter. The standard 8" M2 speakers have a laminated PXNX tweeter just like the 6.5" model. Rockford Fosgate is not very forthcoming with regards to what PXNX is, but we have spoken with their product development manager, who has explained to us that it is made of, "Stuff. It isn't a hard dome tweeter, but it isn't a silk-dome tweeter either." The PXNX tweeter is really loud and also delivers better sound quality than a titanium dome tweeter. The volume aspect of the PXNX tweeter is reflected in the sensitivity of the speaker as it is up at 93.1db. This is much higher than most 8" speakers.

Now, the Rockford Fosgate M2-8H speakers have a 1" high compression horn tweeter. The horn tweeters are ridiculously loud. The horn tweeters are super aggressive. We are talking about melt-your-face-off, make-your-ears-bleed loud. These horn tweeters are designed for the pro-audio type of environments. Think about concert halls, night clubs, and those types of stereo systems that require the speakers to be insanely loud. Those are horn tweeters. You can get that type of volume in your boat if you want. If you want to be the loudest guy on the water, go with some Rockford horn tweeters, give them the power they want, and it will be entirely too much for most people. Some of us, though, will absolutely love it.

The JL Audio M3-770x and M6-770x both come with specially treated, silk dome tweeters. Silk dome tweeters are very popular for their rich, warm, and balanced sound profile. Many people think silk dome tweeters just sound better. JL Audio has found a way to use silk in their marine speakers and use special treatments to ensure that it stands up to the elements, including both salt fog and UV exposure. The silk dome tweeters are popular because they just sound better.

Now, if you are thinking, "Well, I will just go with JL because they have silk dome tweeters," there are other things to consider. The tweeters in the Rockford speakers are going to play much brighter and much louder than the silk dome tweeter in the JL M3 and M6. In an outdoor, marine environment, there is a ton of ambient noise from the wind, water, and engine. That noise is going to cancel out fidelity. Also, in a boat, the speakers are often located down low and not pointed toward your face and your ears. In these types of environments, the loud and bright speakers cut through all of that noise. Also, what do you want from your boat's speakers? Do you want it to just be loud? Are you willing to sacrifice sheer volume for sound quality? A lot will also depend on the type of boat you have and how you use it. Also, how loud is "loud enough?" These are questions we can't answer for you, but these are important things to think about when selecting the right 8" speakers?

JL Audio M3-770x
• .75" Silk Dome Tweeter
Rockford Fosgate M1-8
• 1.00" LCP Tweeter
JL Audio M6-770x
• 1.00" Silk Dome Tweeter
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
• 1.00" PXNX Tweeter
Rockford Fosgate M2-8H
• 1.00" HLCD Horn Tweeter




Power Source
Your speakers must match up well with your power source. If you are powering your speakers directly off of your radio, the M3-770x is your only option among these three speakers. If your amplifier is putting out 50+ watts per channel, you should have enough power for any of the three options. Music is dynamic, so is the power output of your amplifier as the speaker cone moves. Can you hear the difference in 25 watts, outside, on your boat? Probably not. Can you hear the difference in 50 watts? Yes. If you have an amplifier that is putting out less than 50 watts RMS, I would probably defer to the JL Audio M3-770x. If you have a high power amplifier, remember that you can always turn the gain down. But if you don't have enough power and your gain is maxed out, you can't turn it up any higher.
JL Audio M3-770x
• Amplifier Required
Rockford Fosgate M1-8
• Amplifier Required
JL Audio M6-770x
• Amplifier Required
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
• Amplifier Required
Rockford Fosgate M2-8H
• Big Amplifier Required




LED Lighting

The Rockford Fosgate M1 and M2 speakers come standard with their Color Optix, RGB LED lighting. The RGB LEDs are located behind the tweeter grille and shine backward onto the speaker to illuminate it. Rockford's Color Optix RGB LEDs are unique in that they are completely plug-and-play. You don't need to run special speaker wire. You don't have to cut, crimp, solder, or terminate. Instead, you buy Rockford's RGB LED controller, and you buy their Color Optix cables. Plug one end into the controller and the other end into the speakers. Repeat the process for the next speaker. You can then control your LEDs via Bluetooth using their app on your phone. The JL Audio M3 and M6 speakers are available with or without RGB LEDs. If you want them, buy the model that comes with the LEDs. They are slightly more expensive, but that's because they have LEDs. The LED models for the M3 speakers are available in the white sport and gunmetal sport grilles. All three grille styles of the M6 speakers are available with LEDs.

Now, the real difference in RGB LEDs is seen on the JL M6 speakers. The M6 speakers feature JL's patented, Transflective RGB technology. On these speakers, instead of putting the LEDs in the grille, behind the tweeter, the LEDs are located on the speaker basket itself. The cone is made from special, translucent material, and the LEDs light up the cone from the backside. Putting the LEDs on the speaker basket instead of behind the tweeter allows the M6 speakers to have more LEDs. Also, because the cone is translucent, it lights up smoother with less halo effect, and you don't see the "hot spots" that you oftentimes see when the LEDs are behind the tweeter. As a result, the M6 speakers are hands-down, the best looking LED speakers in the world. They light up brighter, and the output is smoother than any other LED marine speakers.

JL Audio M3-770x
• Optional with Sport While or Sport Gunmetal Grilles
Rockford Fosgate M1-8
• All Speakers come Standard with RGB LEDs
JL Audio M6-770x
• Optional for All Grille Styles
• The Best Looking RGB LED Speakers in the World
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
• All Speakers come Standard with RGB LEDs
Rockford Fosgate M2-8H
• All Speakers come Standard with RGB LEDs







Our Recommendations

When it comes to the 8" speakers, more so than the 6.5", the differences between Rockford Fosgate and JL Audio come down to personal preference and what you want your speakers to do. The Rockford Speakers cost less money than the JL Audio, they handle more power, and they are more efficient. But, in the 8" models, the Rockford speakers are designed to play loud. The JL sacrifice volume for sound quality. It all depends on how you use your boat, how you like your music, and how loud is, "Loud enough?" There's nothing quite like silk dome tweeters, but in an open environment like a boat, loud also matters.

If you want other people to hear your music, go with Rockford. If you want to try to be the loudest boat on the water, the Rockford horn tIf you just need it to sound good to you, on your boat, JL will probably sound better.

It is also important to think about when and where you listen to your boat's stereo system. If you usually listen to it while out on the water with the engine on, going over 20 mph, the Rockford speakers will cut through all of that noise better than JL will. If you just go out and cruise and its usually quiet, the JL will sound better because you will be able to hear the difference in sound quality.

Best 8" Value
Rockford Fosgate M1
Best 8" If You Want it Loud
Rockford Fosgate M2-8H
Best 8" for Sound Quality
JL Audio M6
Best Looking 8" Speakers
JL Audio M6 with RGB LEDs
If You Want the Best, Most Expensive 8" Speakers to Show Off and Money Doesn't Matter
JL Audio M6
If you Like Slammin' Beers & Gettin' Crazy, But Also On a Budget
Rockford Fosgate M1
If you want the Loudest Stereo System with 8" Speakers but You don't Want to Go Deaf
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
If you want the Loudest Stereo System You can Get with 8" Speakers and You Don't Care About Going Deaf
Rockford Fosgate M2-8H
If You Like to Chill with a Glass of Wine
JL Audio M3
If You Like to Chill and you Drink Good Wine
JL Audio M6



Comparison
JL Audio M3-770x
Tweeter Size
.75"
Tweeter Material
Silk Dome
Deck Power Compatible
No
Grille Options
White Classic, White Sport, Gunmetal Sport
LED Options
White Sport & Gunmetal Sport available with RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
60 Watts
Peak Power Handling
120 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
89.5 dB
Frequency Response
55 Hz - 25KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
2.74"
Mounting Hole Diameter
5.00-5.25"
Outer Grille Diameter
6.90"
Rockford Fosgate M1-8
Tweeter Size
1.00"
Tweeter Material
LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer)
Deck Power Compatible
No
Grille Options
White & Black
 
LED Options
All Grille Options Include RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
150 Watts
Peak Power Handling
600 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
92 dB
Frequency Response
35 Hz - 22KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
3.3"
Mounting Hole Diamter
7.1"
Outer Grille Diameter
8.23"
JL Audio M6-770x
Tweeter Size
.8"
Tweeter Material
Silk Dome
Deck Power Compatible
No
Grille Options
White Classic, White Sport, Gunmetal Sport
LED Options
All Grille Options available with RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
75 Watts
Peak Power Handling
150 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
89.5 dB
Frequency Response
55 Hz - 25KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
3.00"
Mounting Hole Diameter
5.00-5.25"
Outer Grille Diameter
6.90"
Rockford Fosgate M2-8
Tweeter Size
1.00"
Tweeter Material
PXNX
Deck Power Compatible
No.
Grille Options
White & Black
 
LED Options
All Grille Options Include RGB LEDs
RMS Power Handling
250 Watts
Peak Power Handling
1000 Watts
Efficiency @ 1W/1m
93 dB
Frequency Response
35 Hz - 25KHz +/- 3 dB
Mounting Depth
3.35"
Mounting Hole Diameter
7.05"
Outer Grille Diameter
9.07"