Memphis speakers has never let me down when it comes to construction, quality and performance. The Sixty Five series (VIV60C) is Memphis top of the line alone with the MOJO series. They were light night and day compared to the Kenwood's that were there prior. I also have the matching Sixty Series 5 channel car amp (VIV900.5) driving two pairs of the VIV60C and a pair of Kenwood Execleon 10" shallow mount sub woofers mounted in an enclosure under the back seat of my 2011 Silverado 2500 HD truck. I HIGHLY recommend these speakers to anyone. Crutchfield delivered as promised as always and stand behind the product they sell.
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i'm actually only giving these a 4.5 star rating to the fact that the first pair i received had two bad tweeters, but thanks to crutchfield's excellent customer service, i had a new pair on the way before i had even sent the bad one's back. okay I've been using memphis products in all of my vehicles since 2001, these new sixfive series components are replacing my memphis MCC6A components up front in the stock location of my acrua tl , my system consist of the 65 series up front, MCS6A coax comp in the rear along with an 8" MCC8 mid bass diver in the factory sub location, one MOJO 12" 512d2 sub(all memphis) I'm running all the speakers of a MC4.125 the sub is getting 1100 watts continuous @ 1ohm from a MC1.1100 (all memphis) all being processed by a rockford 360.3. The overall sound quality of these components, is that they have a flat but clean sound & they can play loud too, the tweets aren't overly bright or in your face & the mid bass isn't boomy sounding, now the midrange can be a lil harsh, but that might depend on the type of music file you're using, i prefer cd's. Keep in mind I'm still using the factory headunit, but i will replace it soon, so that upgrade alone will drastically improve the sound quality of these components & i haven't done any sound treatment to my doors yet. Memphis audio has been around for a long time & they make quality products with a nice price point, so i recommend picking up a pair of these if you can.
Pros: Nice flat clean sound and they play loud
Cons: midrange can be on the harsh side, but that might depend on the type of music file being used
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