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Polk Audio DB 692

DB+ Series 6"x9" 3-way car speakers

Item # 107DB692

If you're building your new system on a budget, Polk Audio's DB+ Series speakers are a dynamite value as well as...

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If you're building your new system on a budget, Polk Audio's DB+ Series speakers are a dynamite value as well as...

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Item # 107DB692

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Deeply discounted installation gear

$129.00 pair

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Since 1974

Years of experience making people happy.

About the Polk Audio DB 692

Alexander H.

Stellar performers

If you're building your new system on a budget, Polk Audio's DB+ Series speakers are a dynamite value as well as being stellar performers. Their journey to excellence begins with a laser-imaged design that ensures minimal distortion, a smooth response, and incredible sonic detail. 

Stellar performers

If you're building your new system on a budget, Polk Audio's DB+ Series speakers are a dynamite value as well as being stellar performers. Their journey to excellence begins with a laser-imaged design that ensures minimal distortion, a smooth response, and incredible sonic detail. 

Honed Polk perfection

These DB522 3-way speakers feature a 6"x9" polypropylene woofer cone with a strong rubber surround for solid playback and resilience under the environmental stress that comes with living in your car doors. Two silk dome tweeters deliver smooth highs with precision to give you a vibrant soundstage, while a built-in crossover keeps the highs and lows flowing to the proper drivers.

Handles up to 150 watts RMS

With power handling up to 150 watts RMS, you'll do fine driving this system with an aftermarket receiver, but these speakers will love life if you power them with a nice amp.

For custom installation

Polk includes mounting hardware, along with boldly designed grilles that add flare to your vehicle's interior if you're doing a custom installation.


Product highlights:

  • 3-way car speakers (pair)
  • marine certified — recommended for fresh water and powersports applications
  • 6"x9" polypropylene woofer cone with rubber surround
  • 3/4" silk dome tweeter and 1/2" supertweeter
  • handles up to 150 watts RMS (450 watts peak power)
  • frequency range: 30-22,000 Hz
  • sensitivity: 93 dB
  • top-mount depth: 3-1/4"
  • grilles included
  • warranty: 1 year
  • MFR # AA9692

What's in the box:

  • Two 3-way speakers
  • 2 Bottom-mount brackets
  • 2 Grilles
  • 2 Polk factory grille badges
  • Two 12" Lengths of speaker wire (tinned wire on one end and female quick slides on the other)
  • 4 Red plastic butt connectors
  • Eight 1" Stainless steel screws
  • 8 Stainless steel speed clips
  • Owner's manual
  • Online registration information

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More details on the Polk Audio DB 692

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Features & specs

Speaker Size 6X9
Design 3-way
Tweeter Design 3/4" Dome
Impedance (Ohms) 4
Tweeter Composition Silk
Woofer Composition Polypropylene
Woofer Surround Rubber
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year
Sensitivity (1W at 1 meter) 93
Sensitivity at 2.83 volts N/A
Frequency Response 30 - 22k Hz
Minimum RMS Wattage ---
Maximum RMS Wattage 150
Peak Power Handling (Watts) 450
Top-mount Depth (Inches) 3 1/4
Bottom-mount Depth (Inches) 3 7/8
Cutout Diameter or Length (inches) 0
Mounting Height (Inches) 0.646
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Dynamic Balance: Dynamic Balance is a proprietary Polk Audio technology using laser imaging to determine what combination of speaker materials create the least amount of resonance. Eliminating resonance in speakers results in a wide, smooth response and low distortion.

Marine Certification: Polk speakers are marine certified, making them a good choice for boats in fresh water, convertibles, motorcycles, ATVs, and other applications where the speaker might get wet. Because they have coated steel baskets and the terminals and crossover components are not covered, we do not recommend using them in salt water environments.

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are these speakers bluetooth compatable.........are there any on market that are......i simply want to bluetooth my phone to them for music in a classic auto......without putting in a stereo or head unit ????
mike  Jan 31, 2023
1 answer
Greetings Mike, and thank you for your question. The Polk Audio DB 692 speakers do not have Bluetooth. Bluetooth speakers will have an amplifier built in, and either powered by a built in rechargeable battery, or a direct plug into household current. What a lot of classic car owners are using is an amplifier with Bluetooth built in, then running it to which ever speakers they choose. We have a filter on our car amplifier page off to the left to select Bluetooth. All those would then power speakers like the Polk Audio.
thomas  Jan 31, 2023 (Staff)
Will these fit in the front & back doors of a 2007 ford sport trac?
jeff  Nov 23, 2022
1 answer
We believe you are referring to a 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac. These speakers are bigger than the factory installed speakers in that SUV. The stock size is a 6x8. The Polk Audio DB572 speakers can mount as 6x8 speakers and can fit the front and rear doors in this SUV. The DB572 speakers can be found here:
jason  Nov 23, 2022 (Staff)
Hi, I have a bit of an odd question that I am hoping someone can answer.. I have a 2018 F-150 super crew with the factory B&O system c/w factory 6x9 components in the front doors, 6.5 coaxials in the rear doors, as well as the small B&O 8in sub and 3.5 in center on the dash. The system is better than previous F-150 factory gear, but for me it is still lacking overall. In a perfect world I'd like to do a simple speaker only upgrade that gets the system up to an acceptable level. I have always preferred 6x9's over 6.5's, and have always enjoyed Polk speakers. However, Polk doesn't make a 6x9 component (at least not that I'm aware of). So my question is, does anyone see an issue with me removing the tweeters from the db692's and then installing just the db692 woofer in the door and then replacing the factory A pillar tweeters with the now separated Polk tweeters? I know the system has enough power to drive the Polks at a reasonable level and the db692's are quite efficient. Thoughts? Thank you!
rjf150  Mar 09, 2022
1 answer
Other than voiding the warranty, it can be done, and works great, but it's a bit of work. First, temporarily, but securely mount the speaker to the vehicle. Then carefully but firmly grab the entire tweeter / super teeter assembly with one hand, being careful not to crush the assembly or damage the woofer slowly and firmly try to turn the entire tweeter assembly clockwise or counter clockwise 1/4 turn. With moderate even turning pressure, the glue holding the metal shaft of the tweeter assembly located inside the hole in the Center of the main woofer magnet will release and the tweeter can be wiggled left and right and pulled slowly out. Snip tweeter wires as required and very gently cut the thin rubber material in the very Center of the woofer cone that is attached to the tweeter shaft - try to cut it where it attaches to the tweeter shaft. Once the tweeter assembly and all of its associated parts are removed from the main speaker, reassemble them and install as component tweeters. Finally, install a 1 1/8" speaker dust cone, CONE SIDE DOWN, using speaker adhesive on the back edges of the cone, or use RTV black. The idea is to adhere the cone to the remenants of the rubber seal attached to the tweeter base.
rjf150  Apr 18, 2022
Are the tweeters flush with the top of the speaker? I will install without the grilles under the under the rear deck, must be flush or below flush. Please reply
chris  Mar 30, 2021
1 answer
The tweeters do protrude past the rest of the speaker (not counting the Polk grilles). Depending on the vehicle, this may not prevent the install. I recommend contacting an advisor by calling 1-800-324-9695 to check your vehicle
jason  Apr 14, 2021 (Staff)
What amplifier would I need to match the rms of these speakers as well as front speakers with 100rms?
chris  May 11, 2020
1 answer
Well it all depends on the ohms of your front speakers..if your front speakers is 4ohms like your rear speakers than i would go with the pioneer GM-DX874....its 100watts RMS×4 at 4ohms...if you dont like pioneer than you can go with the Ifinity Kappa Four, its 100watts rms×4 at 4 Ohms..the pioneer is the cheapest choice..If you not worried about pricing than Infinity kappa four would be a good choice to..your speakers will last a long time with these amps because they dont over power your speakers causing them to blow out..happy shopping
donald  May 12, 2020
What 5-channel amplifier would work best for these speakers as well as two front door speakers? And at what RMS?
chris  May 10, 2020
1 answer
Crhis, I have to refer you to the excellent staff at Crutchfield. I do not use and external amplifier. I find the internal Mosfet amp with the Kenwood Exceleron KDC-X501 receiver adequate for my listening needs. Good Luck.
geremy  May 11, 2020
For those who have this or have had this , what's the bass like?
mike  Oct 31, 2019
5 answers
I am not that technical. But I like the speakers in Corolla and feel way better than speakers that came with.
ganapathy  Nov 09, 2019
Not a deep bass, but for classic rock they sound good.
victor  Oct 31, 2019
Installed these Polk DB692 in my Camry in late 2017, paired with the DB652 in the front. At first with the bass set at mid-point, I was a bit concerned they wouldn't provide enough bass. But, just raising the bass control to about two-thirds solved my concern. Can hear and "feel" enough bass to satisfy without cranking it all the way up. If you want your windows and doors to shake and rattle, these won't do it. ;-) But who in the world would want to do that??? Clarity is very good. Still loving these speakers.
douglas  Oct 31, 2019
Polk db692 has a full beautiful sound at all volumes. It's not a subwoofer.
sidney  Oct 31, 2019
I put them in the front fairing of s bike along with a small amp. Not a hard hitter, but not what I was looking for on use
rodney  Oct 31, 2019
If I use spacers, will these fit in the front doors of a 2013 Ram 1500 quad cab?
jeffrey  Mar 17, 2019
2 answers
You can check to see if this will fit your vehicle by using our Outfit My Car tool: For additional details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle.
kristina  Mar 22, 2019 (Staff)
I put these in a 2014 crew cab and they fit great. I'm not sure how close the design is, but I would think that they should.
casey  Mar 18, 2019
are these light weight?
gwen  Feb 16, 2018
1 answer
They weigh as much as a standard speaker. I would not call them "light weight".
ian  Feb 17, 2018
I am looking to install these on my Harley for the top of the saddle bags. I need to know if these are sealed for water so as long as I seal the speaker properly to the saddle bag, it shouldn't let any water throuhg? By the pics it looks as though the woofer is sealed to the tweeter but i need to be sure. looking at the marine grade Polk DB 692
casey  Nov 21, 2017
1 answer
I have these on my Victory XC bag lids. Been caught in the rain a couple times, as well as a serious washing with the hose. I get some water inside, just a trickle or so, but enough to get my spare rags wet, and ruined any papers in the bag. Not sure if it's the speaker itself, or the hole for the speaker (in the bag lid), going to be putting some RTV on the flange/frame of the speaker to seal the edges onto the bag lid for next year. I would highly recommend these speakers though, have them pushed by an Alpine hd149bt thru a JL Audio hx280/4. Also 2 Polk 5.25s in fairing (forget the model # exactly). You can hear everything clear as can be (after tuning everything) and you can hear me from about 2 blocks away if I want!
ian  Nov 21, 2017
can I run these speakers on a 2 ohm load to get more out of my Sound Ordnance M-4050 amp?
scooby snacks  Jul 25, 2017
1 answer
I think it's more a function of whether the amp can operate properly with a 2 ohm load. That's a difficult task for many amplifiers, especially inexpensive ones.
david  Jul 28, 2017
I'm installing these in my boat. Will a 400 watt 2 channel Pyle amp be enough to push them?
chad  Apr 20, 2017
3 answers
Yes, easily.
david  Jul 28, 2017
They should sound amazing with that amp
umberto  Apr 21, 2017
Should be plenty, and will likely allow you to keep the gain on the amp low enough to totally avoid clipping. FULL volume could be too much, be careful. FWIW, don't expect outrageous bass from 6x9s (any of them). These are good, but a sub is a sub. I had an Infinity BassLink a while back and think it would be a good match. Not "thumpy", but solid and rich.
hans karl  Apr 21, 2017

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