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6-1/2" 3-way car speakers also fits many 6-3/4" openings
Our take on the Pioneer TS-A1675R by Crutchfield's John Pollard
The multi-driver array on this speaker brings out all the midrange and high-frequency details.
Get more out of your music
Are your car's factory speakers sounding less than fresh? Pioneer built their A-Series speakers to be high-performance replacements for your old speakers, designed from the ground up to bring back the life that your music's been missing. You'll be able to enjoy the clear vocals, chunky guitar riffs, powerful drums, and distinct bass lines that have always been a part of your favorite tunes, but have remained hidden behind sub-par speakers.
Built to make your music rock
Pioneer equipped the TS-A1675R 6-1/2" speakers with multilayer mica-matrix woofers that stay rigid when the volume's turned up, keeping distortion to a minimum so your bass sounds clean. Each woofer gets paired up with a midrange speaker and a tweeter to add warmth and clarity to your driving soundtrack. These speakers will sound great running off your factory stereo, but they'll really shine when driven by an aftermarket receiver or an external amp. Don't drive another day listening to tired-sounding tunes, when you can enjoy Pioneer sound quality with these speakers in your vehicle.
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What's in the Box:
- Two 3-way speakers
- 2 Grilles
- Two 12" lengths of speaker wire (female quick slides on one end and bare wire on the other)
- Eight 3/4" Self-tapping screws
- 8 Speed clips
- Warranty information
- Installation instructions and cutout template on box
- 6-1/2"/6-3/4" 3-way car speakers (pair)
- multilayer mica-matrix woofer with elastic polymer surround
- 1-5/8" cone midrange
- 3/8" PET dome tweeter
- power range: 5-50 watts RMS (300 watts peak power)
- frequency response: 35-31,000 Hz
- sensitivity: 90 dB
- top-mount depth: 1-13/16"
- grilles included
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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Features and Specs
|Speaker Size||6 1/2|
|Tweeter Design||3/8" Dome|
|Woofer Composition||Multilayer Mica Matrix|
|Parts Warranty||1 Year|
|Labor Warranty||1 Year|
|Sensitivity (1W at 1 meter)||90|
|Sensitivity at 2.83 volts||N/A|
|Frequency Response||35 - 31k Hz|
|Minimum RMS Wattage||5|
|Maximum RMS Wattage||50|
|Peak Power Handling (Watts)||300|
|Top-mount Depth (Inches)||1 13/16|
|Bottom-mount Depth (Inches)||N/A|
|Cutout Diameter or Length (inches)||5|
Woofers: The multi-layer mica matrix cone was developed to provide an extra light, yet rigid diaphragm to reproduce full, rich sound.
Surrounds: For durability and a smooth response, each woofer uses a rubber (synthetic) surround.
Midrange: Each speaker has a 1-5/8" paper cone midrange with a 0.7 ounce Strontium magnet.
Tweeters: Each speaker uses a 3/8" dome tweeter made from PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) film for crisp, clear highs.
Mounting: The speakers can be mounted in many standard 6-1/2" openings, 4-hole 6-1/2" openings, and 6-3/4" openings. Please check the Crutchfield Vehicle Selector to confirm fit.
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5 questions already asked
I never rely on the head units puny little internal amplifier to drive speakers. Adding a decent separate amplifier will do wonders to even the lowest quality speakers. Of course it is far more complicated and more costly but seriously the only way to go. I have installed many systems in various vehicles with different set ups. The same conclusion was what a difference in sound quality with external amps. So yes your speakers seriously need at least 50-75 watts rms, not max power to sound great. The speakers sound very good. Hope this helps. Feel free to ask any more questions. Jeremy [ Jeremy Feb 25, 2016 ]
Well I'm not sure if I can answer this without more questions. All mine work very well with my system. Who installed the speakers? We're they installed correctly ? Soldered or just twisted or crimped? A good install would make any speaker ßound good. Did you/ they use good speaker wire? I'd love to help but it is all in the way they are installed! [ JOHN Feb 25, 2016 ]
They are some nice speaker's. Great for your highs, very clear.I would put only 100 watts and use them for my highs only. Hope I was some help [ Nathaniel Feb 25, 2016 ]
Not sure they are still in the box sitting up in my attic i never used them. Sorry [ rick Feb 25, 2016 ]
If you installed your speakers recently, I would recommend giving them a little bit of time to break-in first before rushing to judgement. Speakers generally require a break-in period so that the material surrounding the woofers can loosen up and allow the drivers to move more fully. We typically recommend a break-in period of 24 to 48 hours of playback before the speakers will deliver optimum sound quality. I hope that helps. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=159 [ Larry Feb 26, 2016 ] Staff
I purchased a set of these speakers along with a double din Pioneer head unit that output 14W RMS. They sounded great so I'm thinking something with the installation may be the probelm. I'd start by taking a close look at the speaker wiring. Make sure you don't have a positive and negative speaker feed reversed. Confirm the head unit has a good chassis ground. You might hook up your old speakers and see if the problem remains. Do both speakers sound bad? If both do I would suspect something other than the speakers themselves. Good luck! [ Joseph Feb 25, 2016 ]
Absolutely. I bought 4 of these back in march of 2014 and they're still going. I installed them in my 91 K5 blazer and take that thing off road as often as possible. Really loud too even with the back canopy off. [ KARL Feb 10, 2016 ]
Yes, definitely! These Pioneer speakers are the best ones I've bought from crutchfield [ MERRIE Feb 09, 2016 ]
The sound is good but I have had issues with them rattling a little. The center cones detached and I ended up having to just remove them. I would spend a little more money for a higher model if I were buying them again. [ BROOKS Feb 09, 2016 ]
I actually put them in the front but they do need an amp or equalizer to really make them sing... Sorry for the late response [ ANTONIO Nov 18, 2014 ]
It's really up to you and your car audio setup. I think the speakers are a bit underpowered. So, the front may be better where you can emphasize the highs more. Usually, ppl have the low/bass in the rear. [ Quan Nov 06, 2014 ]