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JBL Stadium GTO600C

Stadium Series 6-1/2" component speaker system

MFR # STADIUMGTO600CAM

JBL Stadium GTO600C

JBL Stadium GTO600C

Stadium Series 6-1/2" component speaker system

MFR # STADIUMGTO600CAM

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JBL Stadium GTO600C

Crutchfield customer from Byhalia, MS on 8/8/2020

2012 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide

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Glad I purchased the sound is awesome

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Thomas from Rathdrum on 11/4/2019

2011 GMC Sierra

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These sound good for the price. I installed them in a2011 gmc Sierra extended cab with the coaxial set in the back. Pushing with the gtr104 jbl amp. They handle the power well, and sound good up to 115 db. I like the screw terminals to connect the wire I see alot of people saying the tweeters are top high, I have my crossover set to 80, and my tweeter crossover gain is set to-3db and they blend nicely with my subs

Pros: Sound good with a 100 watt per channel amp.

Cons: The basket is a little large sip I had to modify the mount the Crutchfield sent with it.

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Decent, but too much highs

Crutchfield customer from Hallandle Bch, FL on 10/23/2019

2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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They have A LOT of high frequencies. I am not using mid speaker that is available as an option, just this set. Bass is good, both pressure and volume, using it with factory amp of ~40wt, but treble is set to -8 in my radio and it's still too much. Overall satisfied, but it could be better for the price.

Pros: Good bass, both pressure and volume even with 40wt amp Easy installation and everything is clearly marked A lot of adapters for twitter installation, it even fitted my oem placement

Cons: Too much treble which makes it feel overpriced Crossover wire bolts may fall inside which makes it a pain to place the wire bolt where it belongs if crossover itself is already bolted in

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Alan from Fremont, NH on 8/9/2019

2018 Subaru WRX

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Installed these in the front of a 2019 Subaru WRX Premium (can't select this on crutchfield yet), with the factory head unit. Paired with the JBL Stadium 4 amp (LC7i LOC, high level inputs were hit or miss), added the 3 way midrange, and put JBL Stadium GTO620 in the rear doors. I did run new speaker cable for the front set, used factory for the rear. I have a subwoofer so the high pass is around 100Hz. Initially was running these with the two way configuration, but I was able to put the midrange in the factory dash speaker location and was able to sneak the tweeter up closer to the windshield. Had to drill some holes on the cover to let the sound out but that was a very minor modification. These sound absolutely full and amazing. JBL quality and performance that I've come to expect. They get loud and stay clear, definitely need to be amplified. The midrange really does complete these components.

Pros: Sound amazing with the 3 way, quality build and materials, JBL performance.

Cons: Would have liked it if the crossover had some tweeter protection, not not a huge deal.

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Disappointed

Crutchfield customer from Cypress, TX on 6/3/2019

2016 Subaru WRX

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Crossover terminal screws fall inside the crossover. Cheap design. Tweeters are way too bright for my liking. Even my teenager does not like them. Oh well. Installed now.

Pros: Cost

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Aaron from Marthasville, MO on 12/19/2018

2018 Nissan Altima

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They sound great. I only wish they were 2ohms to match what I had.

Pros: Sound great. Look like they are quality built.

Cons: Crossover is huge. Didn't fit where I needed it to. Requiring me to use a capacitor for the tweeters which I couldn't find a good one where I wanted considering these are 2.5ohms.

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MARK L. from Eaton, IN on 10/11/2018

1990 Ford Bronco

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SOUND GTREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pros: SOUND GREAT & WELL MADE.

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3 of 6 found this helpful

Very Nice

John from Houston, TX on 9/6/2018

2016 Subaru WRX STI

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Just had these installed in 2016 WRX STI. Had tweeter placed flush into plastic part of door, 3 way midrange add on placed on OEM tweeter space, and woofer in normal spot. JBL Stadium 6.5 in back. Pioneer 4 way amp putting 125x4, Pioneer 3400 nx head unit. These sound really wonderful. Sound is acurate, clean, full, and will get very loud using the lower Ohm setting. Very, very nice. Im in my 40s and am very particular about sound quality. These dont disappoint.

Pros: Sound wonderful. Add 3way. Handle a ton of power

Cons: None

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