Well worth the price. Quality product. Best speakers for a mustang.
2002 Ford Mustang
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
Easy direct fitment in a 2002 Mustang. The Mach tweeter pods require a little modification to make the tweeters work, but this is easily done with a few sheets of sound dampener, or an aluminum back strap. Powered these with 45 RMS from an Alpine 445U, and they sound amazingly good, despite the lack of power. I used a pink noise generator and Iphone RTA (Audio controls app) to tune the sound with my Apine CDE-HD149BT head unit (9 band Parabolic EQ with time alignment). I was able to get close to a flat freq response, and then increased the low end 4-5 db (I like bass), and was able to create a nice roll off of the high end. These tweeters are not harsh, even with the treble turned up. I was going to bridge my 4 channel amp, but it was not needed in my small coupe. So I also have some cheap NVX 5x7 coax's in the rear deck I power with the same amp. In the trunk I have a 10" kicker solobaric sub powered by an Alpine 500W amp. Everything sounds great. Just make sure to at least power these with an amp (most 4ch amps out there are at least 45W RMS). Of course these are rated for much more power. Midbass is excellent if you properly sound deaden your doors. Saw some complaints about this which is a result of individual installation. The woofers play very low. I'm sure with more power they would sound better. I now need to add more sound dampening to my interior door card due to the extra vibration. The tweeters have an excellent range as well. Kept xovers at ref.
Pros: Punchy Mid-bass with proper installation, smooth clear highs, easy installation, quality product, awesome sound, excellent tuning from passive crossovers ( i don't think I could have tuned them better with active xover)
Cons: No speaker gasket included.