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Infinity Reference 6022si

6-1/2" shallow 2-way car speakers
For 6-1/2" and 6-3/4" openings

Item #: 1086022SI

166 Reviews

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Original Price: $59.99 pair

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Install Infinity Reference 6022si 6-1/2" speakers in your car and change the way you think about long road trips and traffic jams. Reference speakers play your music boldly and cleanly, making your listening time more enjoyable.

Reference speakers feature low impedance so they extract maximum power from any amplifier or car stereo. Infinity makes their Plus One+ woofers 30% larger than other speakers in the same size category. As a result, you'll enjoy deeper bass and higher efficiency for an impressive performance.

The textile dome tweeters feature oversized voice coils that match the tweeters' diameter, a design that provides more surface area for heat dissipation and allows higher power handling. You can adjust the sound to your liking with the tweeter level control.

Infinity makes sure that your installation stays stress-free by including Intermount III, a proprietary mounting system that allows you to install these 6-1/2" speakers in a variety of 6" to 6-3/4" factory locations. You'll also find adapters that fit many domestic and imported cars.

Important Note: These Infinity speakers use a low impedance design to pull more power safely from your car stereo or amplifier. This design is compatible with virtually all factory and aftermarket stereos.

Product Highlights:

  • 2-way car speakers for 6-1/2" and 6-3/4" locations
  • Plus One+ Injection-Molded Polypropylene (IMPP) woofer cone with hi-roll rubber surround
  • 3/4" textile edge-driven dome tweeter
  • Intermount III mounting system for fit in 6-3/4" openings
  • True Four Ohm Impedance technology: speaker's 2-ohm impedance combines with speaker wire impedance for a 4-ohm load
  • compatible with virtually all factory or aftermarket car stereos
  • shallow mounting profile
  • power range: 2-50 watts RMS (150 watts peak power)
  • frequency response: 53-21,000 Hz
  • sensitivity: 93.4 dB
  • top-mount depth: 1-13/16"
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

Why replace your car's original speakers?

The speakers that originally came in your car were made from inexpensive materials, designed to create acceptable sound at the lowest possible cost to the manufacturer. If you love music, you deserve better. Name-brand aftermarket speakers deliver fuller, richer sound with considerably more detail and nuance, and they're capable of playing louder and cleaner than factory speakers. Connect new speakers to your factory radio and you'll get the best possible sound from your dealer-equipped system. Pair them up with a new car stereo for a level of enjoyment that can rival a high-fidelity home audio experience.

Infinity Reference 6022si Reviews

Average Customer Review:

166 Reviews

Nice speaker nice price

Written by: Anonymous from Dayton, OH on June 10, 2010

2004 Subaru Legacy
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I guess these are all gone, but if they find more, buy them. Great sound, easy
install. Guide said it would not fit my car but looked at specs and figured
they would. Extras they give you make the job easy.

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Great upgrade!

Written by: Terry from Leesburg, VA on June 8, 2010

1999 Nissan Altima
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought these speakers to replace blown ones in a Nissan Altima I had just purchased. I planned to replace the head unit as well. These were such an improvement that I am not going to replace the head unit! They ound great. A litle lacking in bass, but I expected that. There is a switch on the speaker to boost the treble 3DB. I used this for the front speakers, and (to my surprise) it made a great deal of differance. The fronts are in the door panels, and the 3DB really allowed the highs to be much better.
Highly reccommend them - a great set of speakers, especially for the money!

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Needz moar bassez

Written by: Mr. Leasure from Utah on June 1, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

All in all, these sound WAY better than the factory Blaupunkt speakers ('04 Chevy Colorado Ext Cab) they replaced. Did I mention that all 4 speakers and even the 2 tweeters were blown? Anyway... while these speakers have VERY good high frequency and even better mid-range, there's NO bass to speak of.

Granted I'm using the OEM head unit with no additional amp. But even with the stock stereos bass turned all the way up to max, there's barely a hint of any low end there. And I don't listen to rap or R&B, I'm a metal-head straight out of the '90's and these things can't keep up with that :( Linkin Park and Ramstein are at a loss... A subwoofer/box is being added soon to make up for the complete lack of bass... gee... darn :D

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My first set of aftermarket speakers!

Written by: Natasha from Ellettsville, IN on May 19, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

My husband put these in my '95 Civic in the front doors and the rear deck. If you are used to
the factory/stock speakers in this car, prepare to have your mind BLOWN A-WAY! I felt like I
was a teenager again bumpin' through town! We paired these with the JVC KD-R210
receiver. They are a great combination and I will hear it no other way. Love my new Infinity
speakers!!!

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Great sound!

Written by: Val from WV on May 18, 2010

1999 Dodge Durango
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Replaced the factory infinity speakers in my new to me Dodge Durango. Previous owner
had blown the speakers. Fantastic sound with very good bass! Install was easy for my
hubby.

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So easy to install; sound good; perfect experience

Written by: Carl from Deptford, NJ on May 13, 2010

2000 Chrysler 300M

Purchased these to replace blown factory speakers in a Chrysler 300M. Decided to replace them with the infinity's since the factory system was infinity. Install took less than 20 minutes for both sides - thanks to the included instructions (I would have never brought my torx bits with me). They are a nice upgrade to the factory system for a good price. Customer Service does make a difference.

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good quality

Written by: rando from ft. worth, tx on May 8, 2010

1997 GMC Sierra
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

upgraded factory speakers in the front doors of my 97 GMC ext cab. clean sound,a definite upgrade over factory. mid bass his well, does need a sub for full range now.

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nice deal

Written by: Rustang351c from Athens GA on May 3, 2010

1994 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I've had the speakers @ a week. They sound good.
I have a 94' civic. They didn't fit the stock speaker mounting plate as depicted in the
crutchfield installation guide. ..and the infinity mounting plates would not fit in the
recessed, stock speaker locations. I stuck the included foam strip to the back of the
speaker and screwed to the door sheet metal.

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Good, if you have a sub.

Written by: Anonymous from Atlanta, Ga on April 16, 2010

I had these speakers in my car for about 1 year without a sub, and they sounded mediocre at best. However, when I added a sub to my system, these baby's really started to show there power. Crisp highs, solid mids, well worth the money.

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Great buy

Written by: Mick from Elsmere, KY on April 13, 2010

2004 Pontiac Vibe
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great clarity, quality, and power.

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Great value for the money

Written by: Anonymous from Fayetteville, NC on April 11, 2010

1992 Honda Accord DX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Excellent mid and high range. You can't expect thundering bass from a shallow 6 1/2 inch speaker so I rolled them off at around 200 Hz (coupled with a 220 uF cap) and handled the rest with a home-brew 8 inch isobaric woofer. Together they are exceptional. I intended to add a pair for the front doors but with the deck speakers wired like this I have all the volume and headroom I could ever need.

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bang for your buck

Written by: owen from arlington, wa on April 8, 2010

1997 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

i love these speakers their shallow enough that you dont have to modify or cut anything,
and they sound great for the money just put these in my civic paired up with kenwood
6x9 kfc9823ie in the rear and a kenwood excelon kdc-x794 reciever and they mesh
exelently together great mid and highs decent bass for a 61/2 so i would highly
recomend these to anybody looking for a cheap good speaker.

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Nice sound resolution...but,

Written by: keyson from California on April 7, 2010

1998 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

there is no bass whatsoever. Well, not much at least. It works for me because I
listen to a lot of talk radio. If you listen to stock head unit and do not want
to change it out.
This most definitely will work. If you listen to a lot of music. Get this and
a subwoofer and some amps. I had no need for the speaker brackets. I was
worried about sound resonation from the speakers-->
door-->car body but, had no such problem so far. It is only been a few days
and haven't had time to break them in. Will probably put some full range with
some more bass. I do not regret the purchase at all.

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'01 Nissan Xterra and '98 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Written by: Corey from South Jersey on April 2, 2010

2001 Nissan Xterra

this is my second time dealing with crutchfield, i ordered my speakers on wednesday at
4:45, they came thursday afternoon. awesome shipping, and associate/customer
relations as usual.
the infinity speakers are great, ive had them in 2 SUV's so far. the bass is fine, however,
they are not a sub woofer... so they shouldnt blow out your windows... and they dont. they
sound very crisp and clear. installation took about 15 minutes. ill soon be ordering rear
speakers, and a receiver also. thanks alot crutchfield!! awesome as usual!

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Happy Again

Written by: Anonymous from Long Island, New York on April 1, 2010

1991 Honda Accord LX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I got the second pair of these for the rear deck in my 1992 Accord Sudan LX. They sound great like the first pair for the front. For some reason It sounds like they're more powerful in the back but it must be the way the car is designed that makes the sound travel differently. The bass is real good once you adjust the settings. These are hooked up to a Pioneer DEH-P3100UB headunit. Adjust the loudness to HIGH , High Pass Filter ON , Subwoofer ON and further tweak the settings and you will never need subwoofers. These are loud enough to make you go deaf.

I actually damaged one of the speaker cones and I almost had a heart attack. I put a long tear in the cone trying to screw in a nail to create a new hole for screws while the speakers where on the rear deck case. Rookie move, I know. However, I connected the speakers and they sound like nothing ever happened to it. That must be a good sign that these speakers will last long and are durable.

*dont try to make new holes in the rear deck speaker case. Fit one screw and you'll be fine. *

It's easier to install the front speakers rather than the back because the rear deck casing is much more difficult to make new holes in, which you're likely to do for the front speakers. For the rear, I only got one screw in and that is fine because everything else fit fine. They sound and work great.

I would suggest anyone to buy them. just be careful with the rear deck installation.

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To Infinity And Beyond

Written by: Anonymous from Miami,FL on March 24, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Bought these for my 2009 Acura TSX. Took a little modding to get them in the stock brackets but nothing I cant handle.

Thanks Again Crutchfield

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Excelent choice.

Written by: RossG from Houston, TX on March 22, 2010

1993 Honda Accord LX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Bought a pair of these to replace my front two pioneer speakers in my 93
Accord...what a difference! I spent few weeks shopping around and when I first
heard them in a local electronics store, I was in love.

Great highs, mids, and lows! I don't know why many people are finding lack of
bass because they kick very well. After reading all the reviews I was expecting
a pair of speakers with no lows at all, but was very surprised when first
powered them on.

I am now planing to save some cash and buy an amp and a pair of infinities on
the back.

Again, excellent, excellent speakers!

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not bad, not excited

Written by: Mathias from Hampton, NH on March 21, 2010

2003 Dodge Grand Caravan
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Good price, sound decent in the mid and high but not a drastic improvement overall.
I bought them for the rear of my mini-van. I put one in and ended up leaving the
stock on the other side since they seem to complement each other. One high and
clear, the other deeper and richer.

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solid speakers

Written by: Aaron from Abq, NM on March 21, 2010

2000 Saturn LS2
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I have had these in for 2 years and I love them. They are clear and crisp. The
bass is not huge, but they aren't subs... They are great overall speakers. I
can't wait to hook up the new receiver I just bought. The factory head unit is
WEAK.

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great speakers

Written by: Anonymous from pittsburgh PA on March 13, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

2005 dodge neon srt4 door speaker replacement, wow....great speakers, turned around and bought a set of rear deck speakers i was so impressed, read these reviews, i did and they were very accurate. a very fine product

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Good replacement for factory Infinity's

Written by: Anonymous from Tucson, AZ on March 11, 2010

Bought a set of 4 for my Grand Cherokee. They work great. Excellent replacement for the factory Infinity's. Good frequency response throughout the range of the speakers. Power of speakers was as expected.

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Overall, very sweet!

Written by: Robert from Central PA on February 25, 2010

2005 Chevrolet Colorado
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I had my first experience with Infinity after high school. Bought a Dodge Daytona with a factory Infinity system that turned heads. So I had high expectations.

I think Infinity build the BEST speakers for highs and mids hands down. I've tried pioneers, Kenwoods and have heard many others in friends vehicles.

The bass is a bit lacking compared to the factory speakers, but all they were were 4 big woofers. I tried turning on the loudness feature on my head unit and moving the bass up to max and it's better, but not what I had hoped for.

I would recommend these speakers if you want to ad a sub to get a great full sounding system, which I plan now to do.

Don't expect much out of an aftermarket 6.5" speaker for bass! Get a small sub!

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2004 Bose

Written by: Jim from Fort Worth on February 24, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I am not sure what the people are doning wrong that say these have no bass. I replaced my
front Bose speakers with these. Now one of the Bose speakers did have a loose dust cone
but these speakers blow them away. They are very clear. The bass sounds like it would if
you were standing right there. it is that clear. I think some get use to the thud and don't
remember what the bass should sound like.

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Infiniti 2022si Car Speakers

Written by: Anonymous from Tampa, FL on February 22, 2010

2002 Jeep Liberty
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Very poor bass response. My old factory speakers have far more bass response. New speakers are so poor in bass response that I've turned down the treble adjustment on the radio nearly all the way.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Sergio from Bronx, NY on February 19, 2010

1996 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Awesome speaker and great sound and i bought them on sale so great speakers

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Sounds Blown

Written by: Ray from Prineville Oregon on February 11, 2010

1986 Ford F Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

i expected a little more from these speakers. They installed very easily but they sound terrible when you really want to crank it. Guess I picked the wrong ones. Oh well, live and learn. Too bad I blew my money on them.

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Disappointing Performance

Written by: Anonymous from Warwick, New York on February 7, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought two pairs of these speakers to improve the performance in my 2002 Saturn Vue.
I intended to use them with my JVC HRD-30 receiver. The install was easy thanks to Crutchfields supplied adapters. I could not believe my ears when I first powered them up. These speakers are inefficient. I was misled by the 93db rating given this speaker in the catalog when in actuality they rate 87db per watt. Secondly they do not have any bass output. If you turn them up the woofers bottom out making a cracking noise!!
Thank God Crutchfield has a satisfaction gaurantee. I only hope the speakers they recommended to replace these work the way they should. I would not recommend these speakers to anyone.

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Great Speaker

Written by: bucky430 from Shingletown,Ca. on February 4, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great speaker and great sound,This speaker wants power so you need to up grade to a amp with your system.I did and what a difference,very clean with bass,whole different speaker with amp,a must do

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Did the Job

Written by: Keith from Brunswick, Ga on February 4, 2010

I bought these speakers to replace the rear deck speakers in a 1999 Nissan Altima. I
wanted speakers under 100 bucks which would meet or exceed the old speakers.
These speakers did this and sound good. Infinity does not provide written instructions
or product information. It is all pictures. These speakers have a Tweeter level
adjustment, but you have to go to the web site to find that out. The +3db position gives a
brighter sound. After testing, I put them in the 0db position. Other reviews have
expressed concern about the bass response with these speakers. I talked to a
Crutchfield tech before I ordered these speakers and he suggested using XTC speaker
baffles to improve the bass response. I did that (see my review of the XTC speaker
baffles). I did have to adjust my bass and treble settings to get a proper sound, but
once done the speakers sound good. I use Roger Daltery's Under a Raging Moon as
my "test" song for all adjustments. Crutchfield was great. I called at 5:30 on a Saturday
night for tech
support and got a real live AMERICAN human. I needed help getting a trim piece off and
the tech was able to guide me through the process. The Crutchfield installation
instructions were clear and the hook ups needed to mate the speakers to the Altima's
wiring were provided. 5 Stars for Crutchfield.

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3 stars

Written by: Daniel from Wichita, KS on January 26, 2010

2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I must concur with some other reviews when it comes to losing base responce. I gained more by taking out the baffels. The 6022si does very well with mids and highs and would be best with a separate sub woofer.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Ken from Pleasanton, CA on January 16, 2010

2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I used these speakers at the recommendation of the online speaker matching web program. I blew out my OEM front speakers on my Chevy Silverado. The stereo is the stock am/fm CD player. These speakers did not function well at all with the OEM stereo. Either the match was incorrect, or these needed a better driver. The bass was horrible and would bottom out at any increased volume. I traded them up for the
Alpine SPG-17C2. They work much better.

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snap crackle POP!!

Written by: Andrew from Minnetonka, MN on January 13, 2010

Well they started to blow out at 33% power: / not so cool they were fine for the first two days but then I just got worse so the ft right is gone rear right please don't buy these save your money and get some POLK, Pioneer, JL or Kicker unless you like to change out your sounds all the time be my guest i loved them at first but then that love fastly faded if you are looking for a good or ok reasonably priced speaker look elsewhere Was in a 2008 Chevy suburban with the works

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Good-value speakers

Written by: joeflyer from Newark, CA on January 12, 2010

2009 Honda Civic LX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Two of these speakers were installed in the back of a 2009 Honda Civic GX. The GX model comes with a simple head unit with only front-door speakers, so the interior of the car is never "filled" with sound-good or bad. The addition of these speakers greatly increased the music capabilities of the car. They are lacking in bass response, but this may be due to the head unit. Overall, I am pleased with the results from the addition of the Infinity 6022si speakers.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Gary from cleveland, tn on January 5, 2010

very nice speakers. installed in rear deck & front doors of '95 Honda Accord. 1000 x better than factory speakers. Had to drill new holes in factory brackets, not a big deal. Installation instructions from Crutchfield were great.

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Good

Written by: Tyler from Abington Pa on January 4, 2010

Great speakers. I put them in the rear door of my 2000 gmc jimmy to replace
stock speakers in the rear doors. Now my car has a total of 12 new speakers,
and wow these really made a difference. I cant believe the sound i absolutely
love them. They feel strong and heavy, but at the same time they are very
shallow. Great buy. I am thinking of replacing some of my other speakers with
these!!

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Subaru XT GL

Written by: mrslee41 from Fredericksburg, VA on December 28, 2009

1989 Subaru XT Coupe
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Bought these speakers from my subaru. Took about 3 hours to install all 4 of them, I would rate installation about a medium hard.
Kickin' speakers, they almost blew me out of my car.
Great price(they were on sale), quick delivery and quality. Thanks Crutchfield.

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Great Speakers

Written by: Anonymous from Indianapolis, IN on December 18, 2009

1993 Toyota Camry
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I recently replaced the factory speakers in my '93 Camry. They speakers sound,
look, and perform great! I would definitely buy these again for this price! I
would recommend these speakers to anyone that enjoys good sound.

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Great speakers

Written by: Michael from San Antonio, TX on December 13, 2009

1996 Chevrolet Tahoe
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I replaced the stock speakers today in my Tahoe with these and I couldn't be happier. I don't know what other reviewers are talking about when saying these don't give off any bass. The highs are crisp and it does a great job with lows. These aren't supposed to take place of any subs, you want hard bass, get a sub, you want great quality speakers with great highs, mids and decent bass with low distortion, these are your speakers. I'm already looking at getting more for my other vehicles and am recommending them to people.

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Replacing Factory 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee, Infinity Door Speakers

Written by: alpennsygg1 from Scottsboro, Al. on November 30, 2009

1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Just Want to say Wow what a diffrence from the OEM Infinity Gold Speakers in my 95
Grand Cherokee's rear doors. They were easy to install, the instructions were spot on,
the sound is great, nolonger any distortion from woffers that were on their way out.
Got the extra addapters from Crutchfield , but the ones that came in the Infinity Box were
exactly the right ones , will be replacing the front door speakers next, with another pair of
these Speakers, as was said in previouse comnts leave the button at factory setting of
3db , makes stereo sound perfict espeacialy if you are like me and don't like the
thumping
noise of these loud distortion boxes out there , but perfer a clean sounding stereo with
great all around sound !

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VG for the intended purpose

Written by: John from Orlando, Fl. on November 16, 2009

2003 Nissan Maxima
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These replaced the 2 front speakers in my Nissan Maxima. Considering they're in a hostile inviroment and the ambient noise is uncontrollable these work fine for me. I don't need a flat 40 to 20,000 hz response curve.

I'm very satisified with the price/performance trade off.

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Written by: Bryan from Amarillo,Tx on November 15, 2009

These speakers do not sound good at all. I replaced my factory speakers with them and they sound the same, they have no bass at all.

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Awesome.... but not perfect...

Written by: Elvir from Louisville, KY on November 9, 2009

1998 Nissan Altima
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

My setup: 98' Altima with a Kenwood KDC-MP242 and stock speakers in the rear deck.

First of all.... over stock speakers, a WORLD of difference. Like a lot of
reviews say though, these speakers are not a replacement for a sub. Mids and
highs are just awesome and clear and even some lows are not bad. I would
definitely recommend these if you are getting a separate sub. I'll be getting a
second pair for the rear deck and eventually get a sub... it should sound
superb! Thanks to Crutchfield though for great customer support!!

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Yuck!

Written by: Shawn from Texas on October 26, 2009

2001 Dodge Dakota
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I had these speakers in my Dodge Dakota quad cab for almost a month. I had them running on my infinity amp AND with the infinity amp bypassed and powered with a Alpine amp at 50x4 channel and they are very obnoxious sounding speakers. They are horribly bright and can't listen to them for long without fatigue. I had them EQ'D ten ways from Sunday and couldn't get them to sound anywhere near quality sound. They have absolutely NO BASS whatsoever. I wouldn't even use them in a subwoofer setup. The +/- 3db button on the speaker does absolutely nothing. I am very surprised at all the happy people with these speakers. I have replaced these with a set of Polk db6501 components for the front and Polk db651s coaxials for the rear. Now these are EXCELLENT speakers!!! Do yourself a favor and pass on these speakers and go up a notch. I was really amazed they sounded this bad. Also Crutchfield has the polarity reversed on their speaker adaptors. It may not be that big of a deal on polarity but then again it's just sloppy if you want a quality install.

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Save your money

Written by: Terry from Olean, NY on October 15, 2009

2006 Isuzu i350
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought these along with the 6020CS. After installing them without an amp, to my factory
deck, I was very disappointed with the sound. They are clear and have little distortion but
they are not what you would expect. They are nice at lower volume but when you turn
them up the performance goes down. If your gonna run these without an amp or with a
factory deck, I would buy something a little less expensive.

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Shoulda got 4

Written by: Kyle from Sewell, NJ on October 14, 2009

2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great choice for speakers. I purchased 1 set at first but now I know I deffinently will be buying another as soon as possible. They sound great and get so loud with no distortion at all. Deffinently recomended!

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Good replacement from stock

Written by: Mace from Franklin, WI on October 10, 2009

2001 Dodge Durango
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Got these to replace the stock blown speakers in my '01 Durango R/T with the Infinity system in it. Install was smooth as silk. Speakers in the box can with the proper brackets, and I didn't need to use the one that Crutchfield send with. As other has stated, the bass is lacking but with some adjustment to the 3 band EQ I got it how I like it.

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I'd buy them again, but...

Written by: Anonymous from Indianapolis, IN on October 5, 2009

these are not the speakers to buy if you plan to run them full range. They have excellent mid and high performance, but the bass is nowhere near as pronounced with these speakers as the factory Kia speakers they replaced. They are capped from the factory - though the instructions don't mention at what frequency - so it is clear that Infinity never meant these to be the only speakers in your car.

That said, they made a dramatic improvement in sound stage and mid/high clarity. Not into SPL so I'm just filling these out with a pair of 8s driven with a bridged KAC-622 (which has worked flawlessly for 15 years) and it sounds amazing.

My suggestion: If you don't have a sub or plans to buy one, don't get these - get the Kicker 6.5" ones. If you want to have what I think is near-component speaker SQ, and can fit more bass somewhere else, these are the best speaker you can get in this price range.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Michael from MD on September 28, 2009

2004 GMC Yukon
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Very poor bass, they are thin mount so a reduction in bass is to be expected but these things have none...I will buy bass blockers and a sub and see how that goes

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Anonymous from Travis AFB, CA on September 5, 2009

1998 Toyota Tacoma
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I was replacing the stock Toyota speakers and this was a great replacement. I have always liked Infinity speakers and these were par for the course. Great sound, uses the door enclosure as a base boost, just a good all around speaker that is not too expensive.

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Don't waste your money

Written by: Daniel from Phoenix, AZ on September 2, 2009

2006 Honda Civic EX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I was very disappointed by these speakers. I purchased four and of these Infinity speakers after reading the good reviews. But I wish I would have just left my car alone. These things make my paper stock speakers seem like high-end speakers. They don't just have NO bass, but you can hear a thud when any low notes try to be played. I bought these for my Civic and had them installed locally. I didn't want to break any of the plastic clips when I installed them myself. The bad thing is I am kind of stuck with them because I can't afford to have them removed and the installer already threw away my stock speakers. I have no reccomendations except, go to the store and listen to speakers before buying them.

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Good

Written by: Anonymous from PA on September 1, 2009

1999 Honda Accord
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers fit perfectly in the back of my accord 99 coupe with the provided speaker harness. They sound good, but to make them really come alive I had to add an amplifier. I have used infinity speakers before and I was satisfied.

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Big improvement over cheap aftermarket speakers!!!

Written by: Guillermo from Puerto Rico, USA on August 20, 2009

1999 Nissan Pathfinder

I had aftermarket speakers in my doors before I got these speakers and I though the sounded good, but the bass got distorted so I decided to put new speakers, the infinity speakers were the number one choice so I got them, now believe me these speakers impressed me and my family when we first pump up the volume, the clarity and the sound are amazing. In conclusion if your going to buy new speakers and had in mind some 40$ cheap speakers do not do it, go with infinity they have been a long time in the market and been use by thousands therefore you can not go wrong!!!!!

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Great speaker if you want full range quality

Written by: Ryan from Baltimore, MD on August 8, 2009

2002 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought these for my Saab 9-3, which had blown 2 ohm subs in the doors.
They were recommended by Crutchfield. They no longer rattle. However,
the bass is less than the factory subs. I expected that the mid and treble of
the speakers would not be used for this application, but I was hoping for
more from the bass. I wanted to match all the speakers (I got all Infinitys),
and this might have been a mistake.

I also bought the 3022CF 3.5" speakers for the dash and the 5022i 5.25"
speakers for the rear deck. The 3022 is a huge improvement over the
factory speakers. The 5022 replaced 6X9 speakers- They are good for full
range use, and the mids and highs are improved over the existing speakers,
but the bass is reduced from factory output.

The bass that all Infinity reference speakers produce is punchy and modest.
The mids and highs are exceptional. Use them where you also have subs
and you won't be disappointed.

The tricky part about picking speakers for any factory system is matching
the speaker capabilities with the amp(s) and frequency outputs, as
manufacturers already employ frequency filters in many cases. My 3022s
sound fantastic, while the 5022s sound just good. The 6022 is just ok.
Lesson: Keep this in mind as you research speakers and specs and you
might avoid my issues. Even good speakers can underperform when not
carefully matched to your stereo output. This means more than just fitting
in the speaker hole and using quality materials.

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Good sound but need power - happy with purchase.

Written by: Shane from Pleasanton Ca. on August 6, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Installed: 1999 Suburban passenger doors.
Amp: no
Head Unit: Pioneer 6800MP

The sound is fine, but these speakers need to be fed more power to really shine. I need to add an amp so they come alive, but for now they work just fine and for the price, I am more than happy. I would purchase these again.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Joseph from Mesa, AZ on August 2, 2009

2002 Chevrolet Camaro
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great sounding, easy installation

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Entirely satisfied

Written by: Jeff from Raleigh, NC on July 26, 2009

2003 Toyota Sienna
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great price and even better customer service. The install instructions were accurate and clearly presented. I spaced and didn't look under the speakers in the box for the mounting brackets so I called. Rushed me out a pair of replacements immediately.The speakers sound great for what they are. They are a bit thin in the bottom but I expected that and have no complaints. My wife, they went in her 03 Toyota Sienna, is ecstatic with them.

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Perfect Match

Written by: Wayne from Tumwater, WA on June 29, 2009

1997 Dodge Dakota
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I own a '97 Dakota that came from the factory w/Infiniti sound system so the install was a no-brainer. Infiniti gives you all the brckts. you will need.
As for the sound, my truck is an ext. cab so these went in the back. I put them in to go with the 6020cs Infinitis in the front. WOW!! Combined with the factory Infiniti amp, I have all the sound I need. There are some who would expect teeth-rattling bass, go buy a sub and amp! The bass, and mids, and highs are all I could hope for, and then some! Why wait? Buy now! You will not be sorry! Thanks Crutchfield for such GREAT service.

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decent speakers

Written by: al from jackson,ms on June 28, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

i got these to replace my factory speakers in my 06 chevy trailblazer great all around speakers esp for the price on here. They had excellent mids and highs but horrible lows. If your lookin for bass in aftermarket speakers this in def not the way to go, but if gettin these to compliment some subs like myself then they are excellent...

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Alex from SPRING TX on June 19, 2009

1996 Ford Mustang
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Installed on my 96GT Vert. with the mach 460 system.

Because theyre shallow they bottom out and HARD, its impossible to notice. I installed them wendsday and took em out today(thursday). They were embarassing and a waste of money especially when I put them on my amp.

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mediocre performance

Written by: Marshall from Joppa, MD on June 15, 2009

WHile these are not high end high priced speakers I did expect the bass to
at least match the factory speakers, what a dissapointment. I Installed
these in a 2000 Durrango RT with an original 6 speaker factory system
(original infinity system from Chrysler) replacing the front and rear door
speakers to have the same balance on the amp. The mids and highs have
nice defenition but the lows are very dissapionting to say the least. I
installed 1 speaker at a time and tested so I had the old and the new to
campare against each other.

I threw away the "included" wiring harness as it didn't fit the facotory
wiring harness and rather than patch the wires I cut the wiring terminals
off and soldered directly to the speakers. Also discarded the mounting
instructions as they were incorrect as well. Fortunatley, I've been doing
this for many many years and wasn't hindered by this just a cautionary
note to the uninitiated or inexperienced.

In all, Im rather disapointed in Crutchfield's recommendation (purchased
these over the phone with an "expert's" recommendation) and the
incorrect wiring adapter and erroneous directions.

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ehhh they filled the hole

Written by: speedy from south boston ,va on June 6, 2009

1994 Plymouth Voyager
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

i was expecting these to be unimpressive,and i was right,due to being a shallow mount speaker,the highs are good,but the bass is horrible,no shrill out of the tweeters,so i guess thats a plus.even amped up they are still massively unimpressive...94 plymouth voyager tail door location

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great speakers 5 stars

Written by: Glenda from missoula MT on June 4, 2009

1993 Ford Escort

bought two pairs of these for my 93 ford escort. They sound great amazed how good they sound. they replaced some pioneer speakers and these are much better. better bass better highs and get much much louder than the pioneers as well. the only complaint is that they did not just bolt in to my car even though they where supposed to. none of the supplied adapters worked either. but i am well tooled just had to do some modding. buy these you will love them.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: iqsr from Abernathy, TX on June 3, 2009

2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Purchased these speakers along with 6022i. These were installed in the rear doors of my 2006 Chevy Silverado Super Crew. Used the included metal mounting ring to attach the speaker to factory mount. Hooked up the wiring pig tail and buttoned it up. Installation was a breeze. These speakers are awesome. I highly recommend them to replace factory rear speakers in a 2006 Chevy Silverado Super Crew. Great product.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: gil from florida on June 2, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Purchased a set of the 6022si and 5022i for a 2009 Honda Civic LXS. Connected to Honda head unit. Crutchfield on-line info. says 6022's won't fit in rear deck, but they fit perfectly.

Used the Crutchfield adapter plates front and rear. Simple installation in both places, even having to pull the front door panels to access the mounting points. No drilling necessary front or rear.

Sound is definitely better than stock Civic speakers. Mid-range and high end are very clear. Bass is certainly lacking if you want to feel it in your butt, but it's not bad if you listen at less than eardrum-splitting volumes.

If you want "thump-a, thump-a, thump-a" where the bottom end speaker(s) moves enough air to push the car down the highway, these are not going to make you happy. But I'd bet they'd sound spectacular teamed with a sub-woofer, crossovers, and a better head unit.

Overall I'm pleased with these Infinitys. Worth the price.

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Great buy!

Written by: Kim B from Sonoma County, CA on June 1, 2009

1990 Acura Legend L
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I replaced the two 19 year old factory speakers in the rear of my 1990 Acura Legend L sedan. The originals were crumbling as I took them out. Needless to say, the rear speakers sound fantastic now. Can't beat these for the price. The new speakers would not fit on the original brackets directly, but was able to mount speakers to the metal brackets that came with the speakers and then fit them to the original brackets. The instructions were of little assistance but the install was very easy once I figured out how to do this. I am very happy with the whole transcation, and Crutchfield is the place I will go to from now on for great products and excellent service.

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Good Value for the Price

Written by: eelecurb from Kansas City on May 30, 2009

2001 Toyota Sienna
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These Infinity speakers are solid and good quality, a typical Infinity product. Mounting holes on my Toyota Sienna didn't match up so I had to use the included mounting adaptors. The only problem in the installation was the Toyota wiring harnesses Crutchfield includes (for free) were wired exactly opposite the OEM wiring. They connected to the speakers correctly but were wired backwards (i.e. positive to negative) inside the connector itself that snaps into the OEM wiring. I contacted Crutchfield who was unaware of this issue. I ended up soldering using all the original wiring to ensure correct installation so it took longer than I had hoped.

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Weak at the low ends

Written by: Mike from Boston, MA on May 28, 2009

2004 Chevrolet Aveo
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers do perform and sound well at the mids and highs just fine for the price, however these are my rear speakers in my little subcompact car, since the mounting hole doesn't support anything bigger. The bass response is a terrible waffling flop noise at high volumes unless I turn on a high pass filter at 125Hz, effectively cutting off any significant bass. I was hoping I wouldn't need to buy a subwoofer for my car, but now I realize these reference speakers won't suffice for the low end... I should have read the user reviews first.

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Severe Disappointment

Written by: himynameisaaron from PA on May 24, 2009

2002 Volkswagen Jetta
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

After watching Crutchfield's review and reading reviews on here from people, I thought I would try these to replace the stock Monsoon speakers in my '02 Jetta after I blew one out. I'm not sure if it's my setup or how they were mounted, but they sound awful. The low end response between 60-150 khz is almost non-existent and when I try to add the slightest bit of "thump" they completely distort. High's just cut through everything and could break crystal glasses if there were any around and that's after me EQ'ing and everything. Don't waste your money. These were a complete downgrade for me.

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Awesome speakers...

Written by: Chad from Pensacola, Fl. on May 23, 2009

1997 Saturn SL2
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I recently replaced my stock speakers in my car with these Infinity Reference 6022si 6-1/2" speakers.

Man, what a difference. The clarity and overall performance is amazing. Clear highs and mids, as well as lows though I put a high-pass filter on them because I have an Alpine 10" Type-R sub in my system as well.

The lows aren't amazing, but they do their job for filling in the gap between the mids of these speakers and the lows of my sub.

You definitely should buy a sub to go along with these, because they aren't designed to have amazing bass. They are designed with the purpose of having at least one sub to complete the system.

I don't have any complaints for these speakers, they are incredible and I am very happy I bought them.

Go with Crutchfield because they give you the installation kits and instructions you need.

Brutal.

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worth the effort

Written by: brad from lafayette, indiana on May 21, 2009

2008 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers from Crutchfeild were less than 1/2 the price i found them from a local shop. The install was a major stuuggle, i'd love to meet the dummy that designed how speakers are placed in the front dash of a 2008 Jeep Wrangler. After a lot of struggle and foul language, the task was finally done. And i would do it all again. These speakers are great !!!!!! the sound is better than i thought it would be. The service from Crutchfeild is first rate. I will definately keep shopping with them. You cant go wrong with these speakers, thats a major understatement

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: blarp from Cincinnati, Ohio on May 20, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Fine speakers at a good price. Placed four of these in the stock locations of my S-10 Crew Cab. They reinforce each other nicely to produce a reasonable bottom end. I think the build of the door locations and mounts help out. The brackets and connectors that were included for the front were right on. Nothing much to do in the back except add a bit of extra speaker wire because GM couldn't figure out the back as easily as the front. Low resistance speakers utilize the factory amplifiers efficiently. Think I have changed my mind to add additional bass speaker and amplifier. Crutchfield support helped out locating the screws in the doors that were hidden in the rear and who knew they would use standard threading in the front and metric in the rear. Very easy installation. Thanks Crutchfield.

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Great replacement speakers

Written by: Paul from APO, AE on May 20, 2009

2004 Chevrolet Colorado

These speakers are definitely worth the money. They came with everything I needed to install them and I had several different options on how to mount them. I replaced all 4 door speakers in my '04 Chevy Colorado Crew Cab. I still have my factory stereo but I can tell there is a major upgrade in sound clarity. Also, I was impressed on the swift arrival of my speakers.

Thanks Crutchfield!

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Better than stock...

Written by: Bryan from Philadelphia, PA on May 20, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed these in the front doors of my 2000 Honda Accord Coupe. I guess I could say I am fairly happy with the results of this pair of Infinity 6 1/2's. They consist of good highs and poor to fair lows. I also installed Polk Audio 6 1/2 shallow mounts in the rear and would definately recommend those over these Infinity references. Much better lows and awesome highs. I should have installed Polks all the way around, but hey; you get what you pay for.... Fast shipping crutchfield! And prompt services answering all of my questions. Will shop again!

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Infinity Speakers in Dodge Neon

Written by: alanhawaii from Hilo, HI on May 18, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The OEM front door speakers were distorting badly on base notes. I replaced them with these 6.1/2" Infinity speakers and mated them to a new Clarion DXZ385USB receiver. The Clarion has a lot of adjustment and the Infinities handle everything it can put out. They handle heavy base loads without distortion. They give a nice clean, crisp sound at all frequencies. Before I was fading the sound heavily to the rear speakers because the front door speakers were so bad. Now, I fade slightly to the front because the Infinities are the best speakers in the car. The four hole Infinity speaker mounting holes of course don't match the three hole OEM mount. I found it much easier and quicker to drill new holes instead of trying to fit the adapter plate. If you do this, make sure the clip on nuts that come with the speakers will not interfere with anything where you are going to drill new holes.

These speakers are far superior to OEM front door speakers and I recommend them for this purpose. You really get a lot of speaker for the price.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: rockinjim from Vancouver, Wa. on May 15, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These are great sound great quality great looking at a sweet price

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Decent Speakers

Written by: James from Honolulu, HI on May 15, 2009

2000 Chevrolet Prizm
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers sound pretty good. Have great highs and mids. The lows
sound ok at moderate volume, but you get a cone flex sound pretty easily.
Even with the speaker obviously not over extending, you get that snappy
cone flex sound. I plan on turning down the bass feed to these speakers
when I install a subwoofer. It should round out a good soundsystem.

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Great replacement speakers

Written by: Richard from Clermont, FL on May 12, 2009

2000 Chrysler 300M

I needed front speakers for a 2000 Chrysler 300M - these worked perfectly, and needed no modification. Easy to install with the included Chrysler wiring harness, and they sound better than the originals.

Dealing with Crutchfield was a joy.

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High quality sound, great price.

Written by: Tomas from Franklin, MA on May 12, 2009

2008 Subaru Impreza
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Just installed these in the rear doors of my 2008 Subaru Impreza. The sound quality is a huge step above the factory speakers... sound is audibly cleaner and louder (easy to compare since I still have a factory set installed up front). The base response is okay... not much of a concern for me though since I have an OEM subwoofer installed under the drivers seat.

Note to other Impreza owners... I found that these are a perfect fit in the front doors as well.

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Awesome Value

Written by: Jason from San Marcos, TX on May 9, 2009

2006 Chevrolet Impala
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The ride: 2006 Chevrolet Impala

The setup: Kenwood KDC-X789 head unit

The experience: These speakers work very well. The bass is more of an illusion of what it could sound like if you have a subwoofer. They will hold their own, but not a good idea if you're looking to go without a sub. I cannot hear any distortion at high volume levels. Great buy for the price!

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Fabulous

Written by: Russ from Washington, DC on May 2, 2009

1999 Jeep Cherokee

I am using these for rear fill on my 99 Jeep Cherokee Classic. As rear fill, I wasn't expecting much & didn't feel I needed much from these speakers. Well, they keep trying to steal the show! I have the Infinity Reference 6020cs installed up front. These components are the bomb & worth the extra change. However, I find myself wanting to hear the "rear fill" too because these coax speakers sound really great. Very clear, lots of detail, and will punch out as much tight mid-bass as you have clean power to offer them. They respond slightly differently than the components, so you will hear more with this combo than you would with 2 sets of the same speakers. Construction is the same, so they are matched in tone.

Infinity ships several adapter brackets in each box and enough hardware to install them in several locations (alas, only 1 pr speakers ;). I have these mounted in factory 5 1/4" speaker locations with no problems whatsoever.

With the price break, they are one of the best deals going.

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Disappointed...

Written by: George from High Point, NC on April 30, 2009

2002 Dodge Ram 1500
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Sorry folks...but I thought these speakers were bad. Didn't handle the bass levels or high volumes. They did not have that "throw" you typically get or need for good deep bass levels. Granted, they are 6 1/2's so you can't expect the lows you could get from at least a set of 6x9s. Considering my options with 02 Dodge Ram1500 Quad Cab front doors, I would recomend not going with these but instead a good set of 6x9s.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: wheaton from Brooklyn, MI on April 28, 2009

1999 Pontiac Grand Am
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I purchased these speakers to replace the rear factory speakers in a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am. I am extremely happy with the quality of the sound at all ends of spectrum. It is such a "bonus" to have included everything you need from Crutchfield for a complete install. My only negative comment about the speakers themselves is that they do not come with an operations guide to explain how to adjust the tweeter level, although the Crutchfield website does explain this in a video. Great product and I recommend this as an excellent quality speaker. Easy to install!

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Honda Pilot screw holes

Written by: Charles from Alexandria, LA on April 28, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The speakers have 4 screw holes and the Honda Pilot has 3; didn't feel like drilling holes in the door so I just went with one tight screw at the top.

The speakers are a great value though.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: j.o from ILL State on April 27, 2009

real good speakers, real good clarity, even at high volume these speakers produce a nice thump of bass. all though their not made for lows, i have subs to do that, cant go wrong

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Speakers are great, HK headphones are horrible

Written by: Paul from Houston, TX on April 24, 2009

I took advantage of purchasing these two (2) Infinity speakers to get a pair of HK headphones. They work well in my 1998 Mountaineer and integrate nicely with my new Alpine head unit. The headphones unfortunately sounded absolutely horrible. There is no bass whatsoever. They lasted one day until I threw them in the trash can. My $10 ones sound 10x better than these.

So enjoy the speakers, but the HK headphones were not even worth keeping even when they're FREE. Maybe there is a reason they were FREE? HK must be clearing out headphone inventory.

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Not enough power by themselves they need amps

Written by: Is from IL on April 22, 2009

2006 Suzuki XL-7
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought 2 pairs of these to replace factory clarion ones in my Suzuki XL-7. The stereo is a new Sony BT headunit that has a max of 50w/ch but alone pushes 16w/ch. I have to say they sound a lot better than the stock ones but they definately need an amp. Radio volume can only go up to #25 out of 36 and thats with lots of distortion. Theres really no bass either. Mids are good and so are highs but then again I have stock tweeters on the dash.

So if you want louder and bass you definately need to add a sub and amps in order for these speakers to sound great.

Am I satisfied... Not really because in order to have things sounding better or great I have to spend around $500 for sub and amp.

Do I recommend them... Yes I do but keep in mind unless you listen to your music really low then you must shell out more cash after this purchase for a higher powered radio in addition to amps and subs.

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Happy with new Infinity speakers

Written by: Robbie from CA on April 19, 2009

1994 Honda Accord EX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These were a great replacement for the failing speakers in our Honda Accord. They sound great and produce a good amount of bass from the factory cd player. The tweeter also has an optional 3dB boost that some people may like. Quality is great for the price and would definitely recommend them to anyone else that's in the market.

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Good but limited

Written by: John from Exeter, NH on April 17, 2009

2009 Hyundai Sonata
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These have beautiful clear highs and mid to lower mid range. I'm not sure why others have commented on the great bass. Even after insulating and porting my rear door speaker enclosures and adding a Kenwood 50W/ch. amp I can't say these put out much bass (spec 53-21k hz doesn't go real deep). I get more bass tones from the Pioneer TS-A1683R in my front doors. I have Kenwood KFC-6972ie 6x9 in my rear deck (now there is some kickin bass!)
These Infinity spkr. do a wonderful job of filling out the audio spectrum in this set up and can handle all the amp power with NO distortion.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: John from Kansas City on April 11, 2009

2006 Saturn VUE
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I don't know why others have said that these speakers lack the oomph of a good bass, I don't have any problem with them at all. The quality of the speakers is first rate, something I have become used to with Infinity Products. I put a set in the front doors and a set in the back doors, knowing that I may have to put out some $$$ for a subwoofer. Not even necessary. They fit in my 2006 Saturn VUE without any trouble thanks to the kit included from Crutchfield and the installation instruction. Crutchfield delivers again!

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Excellent choice if no Amp

Written by: daniel from Alliance, Oh on April 10, 2009

1996 Honda Accord EX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Put these speakers in my daughter's car. I chose the slim because they were rated for lower wattage. Since she doesn't have an amp and Honda radios are somewhat underpowered I thought it would be the best choice. They sound just perfect. Do realize even with the Crutchfield connector you will have to solder the wires to the speaker. I'm not very good with solder but managed to make it work without burning my hands or stabbing the speaker with the hot end.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Rob from Whidbey Island, WA on April 8, 2009

2008 Chevrolet Impala

Performance is great, as was expected by looking at previous reviews. Installation was more complex then expected on an Impala 08' (Be prepared to remove back seats completely)

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Best bang for the buck

Written by: fleamanmt from Rhinelander on April 7, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Wow these babies blew my stock door speakers out of the water. All I have in my chevy express van is 2 door speakers and after 245000 miles on her she was due for some new sound. the only thing cheap about these to me appears and sounds to be the price.

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Great Sound for Small Price

Written by: Lelia from Memphis, TN on April 7, 2009

1997 Nissan Sentra
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I was just trying to replace the speakers in my Nissan Sentra at a reasonable price. I didn't expect such a full, rich sound! A friend says the music seems to come from right over your shoulder-like live musicains are playing in the car. I highly recommend these speakers. They handle the highs and mids well and give the bass just the right little thump!

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Nice replacement speaker

Written by: Jeff from Erie, PA on April 1, 2009

2005 Honda Pilot

Pros: Easy replacement for factory speakers, clear and clean sound, excellent materials

Cons: A little more bass would be nice.

Overall an excellent speaker for the price!

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: David from Dothan, AL on March 30, 2009

2008 Nissan 350Z
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Good speakers for the price. Clear sound. Tweeters are on the bright side
so if mounted about ear level do not boost the tweeter 3db with the button
on the tweeter. Good mid bass but best in combination with a bass
woofer. I may well say that with any 6 1/2" speaker.

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Can't beat Infinity for the price.

Written by: Jar from Georgia on March 24, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great speakers!! These speakers sound incredible for the price!! Highly recommend.

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Great speakers for smaller car

Written by: Sean from New York, NY on March 17, 2009

1998 Toyota RAV4
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought two pairs of these speakers to replace my four factory speakers in my 1998 RAV4. Overall, I'm very satisfied. The highs are crisp and tight. The low sound could be louder, however, it's still well defined. Install was quick n easy .. these speakers will fit anywhere cause they're made for shallow openings.

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Excellent Value

Written by: Eric from Medford, NJ on March 15, 2009

1997 Nissan Maxima
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

When I bought these speakers, I didn't anticipate that they'd sound as good as they do. I have a Pioneer FH-P8000BT HU powering them at only 14 watts RMS and they sound great even at the higher volumes. I play just about all of my music off of my ipod via USB. The high quality songs (256, 320 kbps) sound excellent through these speakers, as well as the lower quality songs. They pack a punch, make my mirrors rattle sometimes. They highs are crisp, sometimes a little harsh but that's with the low bitrate songs. If you're looking for new speakers and don't want to spend over $100, buy these. They sound like speakers that should be priced upwards of $100. They were easy to install thanks to Crutchfield's master-sheet. They came with free adapters for the harness in the car so no soldering required. Shipped much quicker than I expected. I ordered on a Saturday and they arrived on Monday.

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Sound great in Chevy Silverado crew cab

Written by: fldepaul from Clearwater, FL on March 13, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers sound great. I installed these in the rear doors of my
Chevy Silverado 2500 HD crew cab. The install was a little more
complicated than just screwing them in. The opening was a large space
that was more of a square opening, not round like the front doors. I
actually had to pop the old speakers out of the plasting housing they were
in and cut a circle out to allow the Infinitis to slide in and screw down. With
that said, it was not that much more complicated than it would have been
to drill into the doors and it was easy to reinstall the existing bracket. Just
make sure you have a jig saw handy. I am very pleased with the sound
and would recommend them to anyone.

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sound good but only 1/16" shallower than the 's' model?

Written by: jasonv from phoenix on March 12, 2009

2004 GMC Canyon
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

not sure why crutchfield made me order these for the front doors of my
2004 gmc canyon- they are only 1/16" shallower (i compared the
dimensions on the boxes) and i had plenty of room with the regular 's'
models i ordered for the back doors. these do have a smaller speaker
which probably makes them fit other cars better but probably don't sound
as good as the normal 's' models in my back doors- i can't really tell so i am
keeping them though.

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Very Good replacement speakers

Written by: Bradford from Madera, CA on March 10, 2009

1999 Jeep Cherokee
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I just installed four of these speakers in my 1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport to replace the original 5 1/4 factory speakers. (No Infinity System) I installed two in the front doors and two in the aft roof sound bar.

They work and fit great. Just had to drill four holes and hook up the wires with the Chrysler wire harness adapters. In the front doors, I used the two original factory speaker mount screws and holes and the Infinity's fit great. Easiest install I have ever done.

As these are shallow mount 6 1/2 speakers they are not big bass speakers but, are a great inexpensive upgrade over the standard speakers. I'd buy them again.

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Infinity 4 Life

Written by: Nathan from Phoenix, AZ on March 9, 2009

I have always liked Infinity speakers. When the time came to put a system in my car, they were my first choice. The Reference 6022si series is a fantastic speaker with crisp highs and punchy mids. I installed these in a 2005 KIA Spectra5. Due to the space constraints in the rear, the "shallow" speakers were a perfect fit (with stock mountings no less). The tweeter can be adjusted to your position and includes a minor dB adjustment.

If your looking for bass then buy a 10" or 12" sub. These speakers do exactly what they are intended to do and they do an great job at it.

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Great Replacement Speakers

Written by: Eli from Parker, CO on March 6, 2009

1999 Dodge Durango
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed two pairs of these speakers on my '99 Dodge Durango with the factory Chrysler Infinity sound system. Reading through these reviews before I bought these speakers, many people with the factory infinity system noticed the bass was not nearly as good with these new speakers. They're definitely right. They cannot compare to the bass produced by the factory Chrysler infinity sound system, that was my biggest disappointment. The only reason I replaced them was because two of my factory speakers were blown. So if you own a car with the Chrysler Infinity sound system, I recommend you keep it if you like that extra punch with your music.

All and all though, extremely good speakers for the price. The sound these new speakers produce is crisp and clean and noticeably better. With the exception of the loss of bass, the sound in my car is much improved.

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Bose quality for a fraction of the price

Written by: Valeriy from Nor Cal on March 6, 2009

Very clean sounding speakers for a reasonable price. Good RMS.

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Awesome sound +well made + decent price = good value

Written by: Joel from Chesterfield, VA on February 26, 2009

2009 MINI Cooper
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Installed in a 2009 MINI Cooper in the lower door positions. Fits like a glove thanks to the provided hardware. Clear and crisp sound, bass is crisp also, but does not have a lot of punch, but that's not what I was buying these for - my sub will add the kick. Very, very pleased with these. Paired them with Infinity 3022cf's in the upper door position. Highly recommended for any 2nd Gen MINI owner with the 6 speaker option who wants to replace the cheap paper drivers that come standard before they start sounding bad (which won't be long...)

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Ilya from Albany, NY on February 26, 2009

1999 Nissan Maxima
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers fit my car (4th generation Maxima which is 95-99) perfectly with no added mounts or anything else needed.

As for the build, they are very sturdy and well designed.

The mid's and high's from these is great, however they don't handle bass all that well. You can't expect much for this price. These are for folks on a budget I think. That's why I gave them 5 stars.

I currently have them hooked up to my OEM non-bose stereo but will be installed a Kenwood DNX8120 on Monday along with an Audiobahn A6004V amplifier to power them. For the bass, I am getting a 10" Infinity Basslink powered subwoofer to take care of the low-end.

Definitely would buy again if I had to get something in this price range and quality.

As always, Crutchfield is great with their customer service.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Rick from Wellington,Utah on February 21, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great speakers,Nice price

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Decent speakers

Written by: Jim from Harrisonburg, VA on February 17, 2009

2000 Chevrolet Suburban
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I've installed these before on other vehicles, and am satisfied. They are durable and have good sound quality. I was expecting just a bit more "punch" when coupled with my Alpine 50w amp, but for the money I am pleased

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Great sounding speakers

Written by: Robert from Wellington, Florida on February 14, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Pro's: Great price, great sound, good looks, complete with attractive covers (which sadly I couldn't use in my vehicle) plus they appear to be very well made. They were a perfect fit for my vehicle and the installation was easy and trouble free. I will probably buy a 2nd set of these for the back doors.

Cons: Couldn't find any.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Triple A from Hampton Va. on February 14, 2009

1998 Dodge Dakota
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Replacements for stock speakers. Came with all hardware needed for a direct fit. With a few adjustments on the radio they sound just fine. Good product for the buck.

Thanks!

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Three times better than factory speakers

Written by: Adam from Jackson, MS on February 9, 2009

2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Classic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These have been great speakers so far with only the head unit pushing them. The sound is crisp and clear, and the bass was better than I thought it would be. These speakers were a breeze to put in. It only took me 20 to 30 minutes to install both speakers in my front doors. I will eventually put new speakers in the back doors, to make my listening enjoyment even better. The master guide and instructions were easy to go by and made it easy to install my speakers. I would recomend this product to anyone.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Ernie from Karson, CA on February 9, 2009

2007 Chevrolet Avalanche
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers are not a let down. You are going to get your money worth.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: studly from Stuarts Draft, Va on February 6, 2009

2003 Honda Civic SI
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great speakers, great price! Very Satisfied! I compared 61/2" Polks, Alpine, and Infinity Kappas but liked the sound, and price, of these best! Thanks Crutchfield!

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Joe from Cary, NC on February 3, 2009

2009 MINI Cooper
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

If you're on the fence about purchasing these for your stock head unit, go ahead with the purchase. I replaced my 2009 Mini Cooper's standard front paper woofers with these and disabled the other front mid-range speakers. I really thought I would need separate component speakers to get good sound, but these are a perfect match!

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Good speakers

Written by: Ed from Warner Robins,GA on February 2, 2009

2001 Dodge Dakota
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Good rear speakers for my 01 Dakota Quad Cab. Not that much bass but you can't expect that from slim door speakers. Wiring adapters from Crutchfield were a big help. Overall very pleased with the product and Crutchfield service

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Brian from Watertown, NY on February 1, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers are pretty good but could use a bit more bass. I was going to use them in the rear but the stock speakers sounded much better. I ended up using them in the front because the front speakers were shot and they sound quite nice!

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Worse than cheap factory speakers

Written by: Mike from Yorktown, VA on February 1, 2009

2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I had high hopes after reading what sounded like decent reviews for this
set of speakers. The price was certainly right, and I figured they had to
outperform the cheap paper speakers in my 2000 Chevy Silverado.

Boy was I wrong. Heed the warnings from the other reviewers -- these
things have virtually no bass. I'm actually considering disconnecting the
separate factory tweeters in my truck because these things sound so
tinny. No adjustment to the factory radio's settings can help with the lack
of bass (except to muddy the response).

If they weren't so cheap and if my truck wasn't just an occasional-use
vehicle, I'd seriously consider returning them. Honestly, I think the factory
speakers were better. Maybe as part of a system with additional bass
these might be OK, but as main speakers they suck. Buyer beware.

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Good, but not great speakers

Written by: Kevin from South Orange, NJ on January 22, 2009

2000 Dodge Durango
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought these as replacements for the rear door speakers in my 2000 Dodge Durango with the Chrysler Infinity sound system. The mounts shipped with the speakers were perfect fits with the door adapters the Infinity speakers used, but the wiring harness did not fit, so I had to do some splicing and soldering.

The speakers' high end is tighter than the factory Infinitis, but they have no where near the low end punch of the factory speakers. All in all, not a bad compromise, but I would have preferred these speakers had more of the low end that the factory speakers had.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Brian from glendora, ca on January 20, 2009

2006 GMC Canyon
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

great speakers easy install need to let them break in before you can
complain about the sound. took mine a couple days to start sounding right.
other than that. A+

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Very Nice and Adaptable

Written by: David from Florida on January 2, 2009

I have a 2007 Cobalt I just got used last summer and after a while I got unhappy with the audio system. While at low to low moderate volumes it sounded good, but when those full range speakers moved in and out with the bass, it distorted the highs at that same bass frequency. I really needed speakers with separate tweeters. So, I called up the awesome Crutchfield tech. advisors. They said get 4 of these speakers to replace all the old speakers because I wasn't about to spend the money to integrate a new head unit ($180 + new head unit) and the old head unit sounded good. I put them in and to my surprise I would have had second thoughts about installing that 10" sub in the back with these speakers (still better with the sub, but these speakers will surprise you). The two ohm load instead of 4 (fr.) and 10 (rear) made it louder and these speakers are very clear. For a stock upgrade these speakers are awesome! The highs are a little bit harsh though as expected with infinity speakers even with the tweeter atten. at -3. Overall very clean, solid sounding speakers. Infinity did a great job looking out for the low budget group that needed new speakers without buying anything else. There were plenty of mounting gear to get the oversized speaker in my door easily, too.

The only complaint I have is that the basket on the speakers needs to be a bit more sturdy. They flexed a little bit when installing them in foam baffles.

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Great Speakers!

Written by: Chris from Eagle Springs, NC on November 26, 2008

I purchased these speakers to replace factory paper ones in my 1997 Honda Civic. The instructions that Crutchfield gave were right on the money. These speakers have clear sound and great highs. The bass is tight with very little distortion. It doubled the loudness and quality of my sound with just the factory radio. Highly recommended!

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Excellent Speakers

Written by: Dave from Reynoldsburg, OH on November 16, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I purchased these to replace Polk 6.5" speakers in the front doors, and Sony 6.5" speakers in the rear doors of my 2007 Toyota 4Runner. The old speakers just we're too muddy, and for some odd reason the Polks had a funny odor to them. Crutchfield stood behind the original speakers and swapped them out for the Infinitys. The new speakers are wonderful. Excellent highs and mid-range. Bass is not powerful, but tight. This is fine with me because I don't want booming bass. Just great sound. The Crutchfield guide said these wouldn't fit the rear doors. They fit just perfectly with the free mounting gear provided by Crutchfield!

Thanks Crutchfield for the excellent products and standing behind what you sell.

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Good speakers, not great instructions

Written by: Anthony from S.I. NY on November 7, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The speakeres were good replacement to the original Infinitys that came with the car however I think that the originals had better base, (maybe that's why the ripped apart after 8 years....), and the switch about the 0-3db on the tweeters is not explained in the factory instructions...

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Very Pleased

Written by: dano from Phoenix AZ on November 1, 2008

1996 Honda Accord LX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I purchased these speakers as an upgrade to my stock system in my 1996 Honda Accord Sedan. It is a work/commuter car that I did not want to heavily modify or sink a ton of money into. I simply wanted a better sounding system.
These Infinity speakers went in easily and sound great. Again, I know I can get blown away by component systems and subs but that was not my intent. I have far better clarity with these than I did from the stock speakers.
My next phase is to upgrade the head unit which I know will make a difference as well because I will be able to plug in my ipod and satelite units direct which will also improve the overall quality of the sound.
One thing that made this hands down the best modification I've done to any car on any level was the information and support I received from Crutchfield. Outstanding literature on how to do the install even if you are savvy on this kind of stuff, as well as the adapters to make splicing and reconnecting to the stock system a breeze.
I am now a big supporter of Crutchfield.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Russ from UBE, PA on October 22, 2008

1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I replaced the 4 speakers in my '99 Eclipse convertible with these. The original fronts were 6 3/4" round and the rears were 6" x 9".

I like these speakers a lot but the Infinity directions were just pictures - no words - and the pictures were not detailed enough. The Crutchfield directions were very generic and were of only limited help too. I did not use the supplied parts and adapters as they were intended to be used I'm sure but I eventually got it to work and ended up with a nice installation. (I'm an electrical engineer with 35 years experience and very familiar with measuring, drilling holes and cutting screws to the right lengths - much more so now!) Possibly it would have benefitted to call the Tech hotline and receive assistance but I'm one of those who never asks for directions while driving either. Also I had to use some additional weatherstripping foam strip that I already had around to go between the adapter and the mounting surface.

I would give the speakers a 5 and the directions a 2-3. I'm surprised that a company like Infinity did not supply a decent description of their fancy patented mounting system.

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nice & clean

Written by: Scott from Wiseman village, Alaska on October 22, 2008

2000 GMC Sierra 1500
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great sound with crisp and clear highs and mids, fit right in perfect on the
front doors of 00 gmc . powered by the Alpine reciever and powered
Blapunkt sub. everything harmonizes very well. great product!

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WOW!

Written by: Zane from Huntsville, AL on October 20, 2008

2005 Honda Civic SI
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Despite mounting problems (the supplied brackets mount the speakers too high; I had to get them installed at my local soundshop), these speakers are perfect replacements for the Civic 05 front door. Really great running my iPod through! I'm hearing nuances I've never heard before.

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Cristal Clear Sound

Written by: CARLOS from Miami, FL on October 6, 2008

2008 Chevrolet Aveo
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great cristal clear sound. Although don't expect much base from these 6 1/2" speakers.

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Infinity 6022si for 2003 Kia Sorento (front)

Written by: Richard from Pittsburgh, PA on September 24, 2008

2003 Kia Sorento EX
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I chose these Infinity 6022si's to replace the front speakers in my 2003 Kia Sorento.
The Sorento EX speakers have their woofers and tweeters seperately wired from the underseat amp so I had to undo the parallel setup of the standard Infinity and wire the drivers seperately. When I called to ask about the wiring it took a long time to get a half answer. I ended up digging the wiring colors out from a website. It was also not simple to mount the speakers in the door as the standard speakers are a 3 hole pattern and the supplied adapters were 4 hole. So I had to drill a couple of extra holes in the adapters to line up with the holes in the door.
Now its done the sound does seem to have tighter bass, Others have commented about the tweeters highs, I haven't heard this.
If the adapters had fit and the wiring information had been supplied I would have rated this higher.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: CMG from Cape Charles, VA on September 24, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Paired with a Kenwood KDC-MP438 (see review) for a Dodge Dakota '04, front speakers.
Sound quality is exponentially better than factory (the weight of one Infinity equalled both OE speakers), and my selection was based entirely upon the advice of the Crutchfield operator. As this is a pick-up used as a p-u, I was not about to heavily invest in fantastic speakers to attempt to dissect the niceties of music with loud tires and open windows. That said, they far exceed my expectations for this price. Though they predictably fall short in the low register and the treble can seem a tiny bit 'tinny', the mid-range clarity is impressive given the less than ideal application of a p-u's front speakers, located down in the door. For the sound quality/price ratio, at least when paired with the Kenwood, I can hardly imagine expecting more.
A note on installation: for the Dakota, the factory brace does not line-up exactly with the Infinity speakers, and the 3 hole layout does not work with the Inf. supplied brackets. Reversing the factory plastic to hold the speaker directly to the door seems to have worked well - no vibrations, rattles, or distortion upon initial installation. The factory speakers are also glued onto the brackets and must be aggressively pried off. I am unconvinced that re-using the factory brackets, even with the foam backing, will last indefinitely, and therefore a very strong recommendation for these speakers, but not a perfect one.

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Bang for Buck

Written by: Ryan from Cleveland, OH on September 13, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great sound for good price.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Robbie Cole from Front Royal, VA on September 12, 2008

These speakers are great! They are the second pair I have installed in my 96 Honda Civic hatchback. They are so easy to install in this vehicle with the supplied mounting brackets and screws. I had them powered by only my Pioneer DEH 7800-MP head unit, and they were fabulous.

Longevity! Another great perk with these speakers is they last. For over two years they took the relentless beatings I dished out at them. I even powered them with an (old school) Amp, pushing them over twice their RMS and they held up giving me reliable clean music.

THE DOWN FALL - I like to push every thing to limit and it wasn't until I powered these speakers with a Kicker 650.4 Amp that the inevitable happened. They blew! And well, so did the second pair. I would say that they do not have a HIGH enough power rating.

However, they are the perfect speakers to upgrade your factory or old/worn out speakers, and with the lower power rating they can be powered adequately using only an aftermarket head unit.

Just DON'T OVER DO IT!
If you're looking to really dish out some Wattage and have the amp to support it they are NOT the speakers for you.

Always order from Crutchfield! In my experience the customer support alone tops all other competition. Ordering since 1990 - User friendly web pages and customer reliability is what continues to make this company great.

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1997 Honda Civic Sedan

Written by: Darren from Lihue, Hi on September 8, 2008

1997 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

5 Stars for these speakers! Very clear and clean sounding. Highs are increadable. Mids are reproduced clearly, no muffling at all. Lows are great for 6 1/2 inchers. These speakers handle high volume very well. Ajustable tweeter gain is a nice touch. This is my second purchase of these speakers and would highly recommend them to anyone looking to spruce up the sound quality in any ride. Installation into the front door of a 1997 Honda Civic Sedan needed some minor alteration. Had to break off the mounting ears of the speaker frame in order to fit into the factory location, no big deal. Fits very snuggly though. No other complications.

Buy your gear from Crutchfield, I've been doing it since the Mid 80's, and never had a problem.

Aloha,
Darren

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Good setup for budget minded

Written by: Anthony from Salt Lake City, Ut on September 2, 2008

2001 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Sweet. I had ordered these for the front doors a couple of days after I had
ordered the 6022i's for the rear and the new head unit. I was glad I did
after getting the other stuff and installing it I realized that the stock fronts
would not do. I received these, and had them installed and working in
under an hour. The instructions were great and everything I needed to
install them was included. Crutchfield RULES. Saved a ton of money and
have a Clarion deck and Infinity speakers, for under 270. The sound quality
is way better then the stock setup. It was so easy to install with all the
included parts and instructions; Thanks Crutchfield!

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Raymond from Winston-Salem, VA on August 23, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers will not fit into an Acura Integra, as mounting holes are on a 6" circle, not the 5-1/2" circle as needed. No real problem though, as Crutchfield support replaced them with a different brand and model that fit perfectly. The support line at Crutchfield makes all the difference.

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GREAT SPEAKERS

Written by: Mike from LACOMBE LA on August 14, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

VERY HAPPY WITH THE SPEAKERS. SOUND IS VERY CLEAR AND THEY DO NOT CUT OUT WHEN THE VOLUME IS CRANKED. I WOULD SAY FOR THE PRICE THIS IS A VERY GOOD DEAL. THANKS FOR A GREAT SET OF SPEAKERS. MIKE

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Excellent upgrade, plug and play!

Written by: Pat from Butler, Pa. on August 3, 2008

1995 Nissan Maxima
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Very nice mid and top end, would recommend to anyone. Crutchfields provided instructions make installation about 10 minutes per side on my 95 Nissan Maxima. Thanks again Crutchfield!!!!

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Logan from Aspen, CO on August 2, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

AWESOME! These speakers are perfect for any kind of music...and such a fabulous price.

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Solid

Written by: Paul from Binghamton, NY on August 1, 2008

1998 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers are just what I expected from Infinity. Very clear highs. It has the push-button option of raising the super high frequencies 3db which really helps reproduce the timbre of each sound. Good bass at the lowest frequency. It won't belt out the lows like 6X9s or subs but that's not what they're made for. I bought a pair of Alpine SPS 6X9s at the same time as these to cover some of the lower end.

Altogether these 4 speakers are powered by a Pioneer dehp6900ub in a 98 civic coupe and sound great. Crystal clear!

Why rated 3 stars?
When I read reviews I don't look at the 5 star ratings because they usually don't have constructive criticism. I look for the 3 and 4 stars to see what problems people have with these. This is just to let you know that there are none if you're looking for incredible clarity, these are for you.

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Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Dave from Grand Island, NE on July 27, 2008

1999 Chrysler 300M
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Chose for replacement of front door speakers in a 1999 Chrysler 300M.
The Infinity System uses the front door speakers for production of bass
only. They sound great, easily upgrades the factory Infinity speakers that
came from the factory.

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Great speaker for the price, performance Good

Written by: Willie from Fremont, CA on July 21, 2008

2006 Honda Pilot
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I was suggested these speakers by the Crutchfield Sales adviser initally. Compared many different ones and found this one fits the best for my vehicle without much modification and an amp.

I've just installed them on the 2006 Honda Pilot LX. I found that I had to keep the Honda Plastic housing
(made a few clips cuts and incisions on the depth- side plate) to fit on the Pilot doors. For this particular SUV, I had to use the metal plate ring. However, I was surprised that the mid-sized black screws didn't fit in the metal frame speaker mounting screws, so I had to drill the the metal plate from Infinity to make them fit. That's not good QA on that.

The speakers has a 0DB (default) or +3DB gain for treble should you decide to enable it by pressing on the push buttom on the front of the speaker before installing.

As for the sound quality, I give it 4 out of 5. It was a lot better than my OEM Alpines from Honda. I was able to get a wider range of frequency without much distortion at higher volumes.

The installation instructions were basically useless from Infinity. All those pictures details without English was nearly impossible to piece out.

One call to Crutchfield product support basically answered my questions right away. Then it was just experimenting and figuring how to install them.

If it wasn't for Crutchfield support, I would not have known how to install them or keep the speakers. I probably would have returned them in frustration.

You guys Rock.

Thank you

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New Customer

Written by: Bud from B'ham, AL on July 18, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

One of my door speakers bit the dust, so I ordered these 6022si at the suggestion of a Crutchfield tech. Also, purchased the baffles and Duramat. Since only one speaker had failed, I replaced it with a 6022si and planned to install the other "later", because I thought they were the same. Not so. From the first time I turned on the stereo, the difference was apparent. After switching the fade and balance from side to side, the difference was even greater. I replaced the other speaker on the spot. The improvements in mid-range clarity and bass are amazing. My advice to everyone is to consult the staff technicians re your needs and wants and you won't go wrong. Prices were good, shipping was amazingly quick, communication was excellent. What else is there?

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Very nice sound for the money!

Written by: christian from Everett, WA on July 8, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Just bought this and installed last night.

Pros: Great sound with crystal clear highs. I recommend this for anyone looking for stellar sound on a budget.

Cons: Just a small gripe: The instructions were horrible. Not that you need much info for "using" a speaker. But the instructions from Infinity are meant to instruct you on how to install about a dozen of their speakers with different variations to the install. And there were not any words, just diagrams... like the kind you get when you buy something from IKEA but not as good. For example, it had two-headed arrows in one picture which made it seem like the tweeter can twist or pivot; which I tried a little but soon gave up as I was affraid I would break. I may never know what this double headed arrow implied.

Install: For my particular car, I could not believe that I needed to remove the rear seat plus 6 panels to get to the speaker location in the rear deck. I wish car manufaturers would just let you mount them from underneath. But it was no problem thanks to the excellent instructions from Crutchfield. I never had to pause to second guess what something meant (they do diagrams + words!)

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Great Speaker with a little Mod...

Written by: Larry from Ft. Lauderdale, FL on July 6, 2008

2008 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Just installed these Reference speakers in my rear passenger area with Kappas in the front. After placing the reference speakers the whole audio
system really came together. Low end bass is a little lacking but mids and hi's are great. Note... I did replace the electrolytic cap with a polypropylene cap which made it a fairly smooth sounding speaker.

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Much better than stock

Written by: Jami from Asheboro, NC Zoo country on July 1, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Ordered 2 sets of these speakers on a Saturday and they were on my front porch on Tuesday. Excellent job Crutchfield. The speakers were bought for my Wifes 08 Suzuki SX4 sedan as a factory replacement. Install was simple but a bit involved. New holes were drilled but that was expected. Included wiring for the speakers works but not exact for the car. Sound is clearer and crisper but I don't feel it was as good as expected. I blame that on the car itself and the factory HU. The bass through these is somewhat the same as stock but I also have a sub to install to make up for the lack there of. I know this speaker could shine if the car doors were better insulated.

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Nice speakers, snug fit, confusing installation

Written by: Joshua from Upstate NY on June 9, 2008

2001 Subaru Forester
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed these into a friend's '02 Subaru Forester. Despite a warning from the site that I would have to cut into the door panels, no cutting was necessary. On the other hand, there were three tiny alignment posts (on the door panel) which we had to snip off in order to attach the mounting ring. This was easy, but there were no instruction details to help confirm this step.

The only real problem with the install is that the speakers come with a zillion different screws of all shapes and sizes. Nothing in the instructions told us that it was the tiniest, easiest to miss screws that were needed to attach the speaker cones to the metal mounting ring. Unfortunately, if you use any of the other screws, you strip out the mounting holes, turning a 10 minute install (really!) into an hour. Beware!

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Very clear sound

Written by: Evan from Cadillac, MI on June 7, 2008

2000 Dodge Intrepid
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers pack a punch. They deliver an extremely clear sound and are just what I needed for my car. The mids and highs are very crisp, but don't expect much bass from these speakers. They are perfect if you already have subs and want to be able to clearly hear the rest of the song. Great Buy.

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Excellent Sound for the price!!!!!

Written by: Wiley from Moores Hill, IN on May 15, 2008

1999 Subaru Forester

I bought these for
my 1999 Subaru
Forester in the
front doors. They
made a major
improvement in the
sound that was
coming from my car.
I couldn't use the
factory mounting
brackets or the ones
that came with these
speakers. So I had
to drill four holes
in each door to
install them but
they look great and
sound EXCELLENT.
One of the best
purchases I've made
for awhile. I
installed them in
less than 45
minutes. Now I went
ahead and ordered
the Boston Acoustics
speakers for the
rear doors because
the speakers in back
now sound horrible
compared to these.
If you have a
shallow mount
speaker application
I would go with
these bad boys right
here. You won't be
disappointed!!!!!!

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Cons:

Vast improvement

Written by: Dave from St Louis on May 6, 2008

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed two
pairs in my wife's
'04 Envoy and WOW!
Big difference.
Much improved sound
quality and even the
bass response is
impressive.

She was so
impressed, she
actually sat in the
vehicle for over an
hour listening to
CD's with a smile on
her face the whole
time.

One install note - I
soldered the front
speakers in due to
the mounting
bracket. It is
semi-sealed and
using the supplied
connector wasn't
feasible.

Pros:

Cons:

Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Glen from Denver CO on April 29, 2008

2008 Subaru Legacy
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed these in
my 2008 Subaru
Legacy and they
sound great. I hear
great highs with
these speakers. The
speakers came with
brackets that I was
able to mount up to
the factory holes
without drilling any
new ones. They dont
have much low end
bass with the stock
head unit as others
have said so I
installed the Subaru
factory
subwoofer/amplifier,
which was an easy
plug in to the
factory radio, and
it completed the
package. Now the
car has the sound I
was looking for.
The sub definitely
compliments these
speakers.

Pros:

Cons:

Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Angela from Jennings, La on April 27, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Fairly easy install
in my Nissan Sentra,
and I am extremely
happy with the
sound. Clean,
distortion free,
even at high
volumes, 1000x
better than the
stock speakers they
replaced. I highly
recommend if you
like quality sound
in your vehicle.

Pros:

Cons:

Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Anthony from Albany, Ny on April 14, 2008

1996 Acura Integra
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Crutchfield says these speakers fit. They will fit but you have to make lots of modifications to get them to fit. I had to drill new holes and cut parts away from my speaker housing to even get the peakers to screw to the door. Also the directions they send do not say what you reallt have to do to get these speakers to fit in your car. It is a generic instruction sheet. I am pleased with the sound quality of the speaker. I replaced the stock speakers in my 96 Acura Integra. MY only complaint is that Crutchfied should explain the exact way to install these speakers for all applications and not send a generic version.

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Cons:

Outstanding!!!

Written by: Rhett from West Texas on March 12, 2008

2008 Chevrolet Silverado
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

These speakers are an excellent addition to anyone who buys a new car
and wants to upgrade the sound system quickly and not spend tons of
money. I replaced the 2 front door speakers in my new Chevy extended
cab pickup with these Infinitys. The factory sound quality was not bad to
begin with, but the Infinity's quality went through the roof! And I am
extremely picky about sound quality. Time to put another pair in the rear
doors. Excellent mids and highs! Add a sub if you want heavy bass
though. Oh yeah, I'm running all the door speakers off of the factory deck!
They don't need an amp to sound wonderful. Great speakers at a good
price! You won't be sorry.

Pros:

Cons:

PERFECT

Written by: cortnie from Wyoming on March 6, 2008

1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed 4 of these in my 99 Eclipse replacing the factory Infinity speakers
and all I can say is WOW. What a huge difference, these speakers are
crisp, clear, and pack some thump. The difference between these and my
factory speakers, although they too were Infinity, is like night and day.
Absolutely no distortion even at max volume, if your ears can handle it.
They even sound much better then the factory Infinity 6x9's

System includes:
Kenwood KDC-MP3035 HU
4 Infinity reference 6022si 6-1/2"
10" MTX Thunder5500 t5510-04 in a sealed box
Alpine MRP-M450 400 watt Mono
Factory Infinity Tweeters


Pros:

Cons:

Perfect

Written by: Joey from Cedar Park, TX on February 17, 2008

1999 Chrysler Concorde
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

No fear about using these with your stock Chrysler Infinity system. I installed these in the front doors of my 1999 Chrysler Concorde LXi with the Infiniti system and they sound great. I trimed the tabs of the plastic adapter rings and they screwed into the factory mounting holes, then screwed the speakers to the adapter rings. No drilling required. Oh, and they sound better than the factory Infinity speakers.

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Cons:

wow

Written by: david from Nashville, TN. on February 8, 2008

First off, I love CLEAN, CLEAR and LOUD music. I have a 2000 silverado ext. cab Z71, the front doors had 6 1/2 mid woofers with seperate tweeters. I replaced the 6 1/2 with the infinity 6022si and left the factory tweeters hooked-up, Sony MEX-1GB head unit(awsome with many tuning options), 2 kicker solo L5 10" subs out back. The 2-way speakers is really not made for bass, thier for mids and highs and now a days you really need a sub (atleast a small one) to make a system sound complete. These speaker sound so clean and clear even at loud levels, I was amazed. You know when an acoustic gitar is picking all 6 strings(low pitch to high pitch) or a drum roll "you can fell it" you will grin and say "wow". I hear notes that I never really heard before, even in alpines or polk, it's just so clean. I can't say enough about infinity quality and I've had many other name brands. Distortion, your ears will hurt before you get there. If you're not happy with these I'll buy them from you!

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Cons:

Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Dwight from Wappingers Falls, NY on January 22, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This speaker is just fantastic. The sound is crisp and clear and bass not bad. They are 6 1/2's. I replaced the DIN with a Kenwood X891 and replaced my stock speakers with these infinity. Crutchfield tech support were great! I had a ton of questions on my price range for speakers and it helped me decide on this pair. I have a 92 Civic they fit but needed some creative drilling. It supplies two mounting brackets neither worked for my application on the door. The holes did not line up at all.

Pro: Slim rear profile, Crisp, Clear, Quality high
Con: Besides the mounting brackets not aligning. None to report.

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Cons:

Infinity Reference 6022si

Written by: Michael from Johson City, TN on January 16, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Excellent for Jazz

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Cons:

great stock replacement

Written by: jared from navarre, fl on October 8, 2007

Replaced the stock front door speakers in my 2001 300M with these. They're much brighter, because they have tweeters and the stock speakers didn't. As other reviewers have mentioned, you might like to add a subwoofer. But they sound great, they were a snap to install, they're better than the factory speakers were and they cost less.

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2001 Durango R/T - Stock Infinity replacements

Written by: airdog from Mt. Vernon, IL on September 24, 2007