Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
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I was skeptical. Especially after smoking a set of Polk mm 1240. Installed with1000.1d Polk amp running 1 ohm. The mm speakers were weak to say the least. Considering the are a fraction of price. You get more bang for your buck. Still breaking in but the sound quality is there. It's a weekend ride that doesn't see many miles, so I've been sound testing pissing off neighbors. Currently running 1ohm setup with these also. Amp is running about 25-30%. Stereo is set at 60 Hertz and -4 for sub break in. I have these all tuned into 4 Polk mm 6.5, 2 Polk mm 4x6 plate, 2 polk dxi 4in amped by 2 polk 5000.5. I still have 2 open sub channels for a couple of 8"s I might install in the rear of wrangler. All in all I'm impressed. At break in levels. Only time will tell. I'm a huge audiophile. I've ran thru decades of manufacturer's. Honestly new to polk and totally shocked with the quality and engineering. The fact that the majority are held to marine standards for true test atmospheres. I run these year round in frame off wrangler restored . 110%. I pound no windows till December snow below 0. People don't understand. Heck....I didn't even get it. Until... I .... Built... One. Polk. Buy it. Impress your senses §§§
Pros: Bang for buck..quality..looks....honestly if yourë reading this I don't need to fluff you, buy them already.
Cons: Your entry level sounds better than your pro line. Please fix this issue. I need a sub and Amp. That will truly handle 2500wt. At .5 ohm. Build it.they will come. :)