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JBL GX962 2-way 6x9s for sale. I have been using them in my Charger for the last year or so, and I have enjoyed them immensely.

They sound great with stock head unit powering them, but they will truly impress if fed 75-100w RMS from an amp.

Nominal impedance is 2.3 ohm and frequency response is 45-21,000 Hz, and they have directional tweeters to allow aiming toward (or away from) drivers seat.

$35 gets them and I’ll cover shipping as long as it’s reasonable (sorry you Alaskan hose


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Im going to paste in part of my reply since it’s important info about these speakers and best known by anyone considering them:


As far as fitment, they will fit the front doors, yes. But unless it is a Charger or Chrysler 300, they will not fit in the rear deck (that I am aware). The Challenger has 6.5” speakers in the rear deck, so these would not fit in those holes.

The Chargers (like mine) and 300s have 6x9s in the rear deck, so these would drop right in to those cars’ rear decks.

But honestly, even if they would fit the rear deck of your car, I would advise against putting them there. When I first got these, I got two sets and put a set in my rear deck. I don’t know if it was the lack of an enclosure or what, but the rear deck speakers barely sounded as good as a 5.25” might. Whereas the exact same speakers with the same wattage in the doors sounded incredible. Something about that rear deck that neuters a good speaker I believe.
 
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