About the Kenwood KFC-1613MRB
Your all-round outdoor speaker solution
From the trails to the waves, Kenwood's KFC-1613MRB (black) and KFC-1613MRW (white) 2-way marine speakers are perfectly suited to live out in the elements and satisfy your need for solid sound. The water-resistant polypropylene woofer and balanced-dome tweeter serve up the soundtrack for all of your outdoor adventures. Kenwood includes UV-resistant grilles so they'll keep looking sharp after years in the sun. Pair these speakers with a new Kenwood marine receiver or Bluetooth® amp for a great-sounding audio system in your golf cart, UTV, or boat.
- polypropylene woofer with rubber surround
- water-resistant woofer and tweeter
- balanced-dome tweeter
- UV-resistant grille design
- handles up to 30 watts RMS (60 watts peak power)
- frequency response: 60-20,000 Hz
- sensitivity: 87 dB
- cutout diameter: 5"
- top-mount depth: 2-3/8"
- warranty: 1 year
- MFR # KFC-1613MRB
What's in the box:
- Two 2-way marine speakers with fixed black grilles
- Twelve 1" Stainless steel screws
- 12 Stainless steel speed-clips
- Warranty information
- Cut-out template and specifications on the box
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Features & specs
|Speaker Size||6 1/2|
|Tweeter Design||Balanced Dome|
|Parts Warranty||1 Year|
|Labor Warranty||1 Year|
87 dB at 1 watt |
|Frequency Response||60 - 20k Hz|
|Max RMS Power Handling||30|
|Peak Power Handling (Watts)||60|
|Top-mount Depth (Inches)||2 3/8|
|Bottom-mount Depth (Inches)||N/A|
|Cutout Diameter or Length (inches)||5|
Woofer: The woofer cone is polypropylene with a rubber surround.
Tweeter: The balanced dome tweeters are bridge mounted to the fixed grilles, rather than to a pole piece, thus there is no chance of water leaking through the woofer cone.
UV Resistant: The grille and speaker frame are UV resistant.
Power: Kenwood publishes three power specifications for these speakers, 30 watts RMS, 60 watts max, and 100 watts peak. They don't define the difference between max and peak, but RMS is an industry standard, so 30 watts RMS is the important figure.