Great Product for the $$
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
Years ago when MB Quart and Phoenix Gold ruled the audio solid state high-end arena Stillwater Designs(Kicker) came out with a set of silk dome component tweeters with crossovers for about $200(circa 92' or so). I've found a few speakers that sound as smooth and clear as those but in the $400+ range which I'm not willing to shell out anymore. I took a chance on these with the price and of course how awesome Crutchfield is with their return policy. I have a 2007 Subaru Outback and I was able to permanently modify the factory the tweeter brackets to hold the Focal housings. In the doors(Front and Rear) I have JL audio 6.5" 2-ways running on a Alpine 50x4 amp and a JL 8" sub on 150 Watts. I tied in the new tweeters, dropped the gain a hair and cut back the Treble setting on my head unit about 6db(that's a lot). All the nuances in the music still exist and other's are back that had, in the past, dissipated as they passed my ankles on the way to my ears. The sound stage raised to about chin level which brought a big smile. I'm impressed with these tweeter for a few reasons: overall sound(can't believe how low they were able to produce which really helps in presence/staging), efficiency(I'm sure I could cut the power in half and still gain all the same benefits) and of course price. These tweeters are the icing on the cake for a great system that will not break the bank.
Pros: price, efficiency and Crutchfield
Cons: lack in paperwork/instructions. There was a spare wire that had a tag on it that said "display".. what is that?