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I\'ve been doing this for four years.
The same set as before.
An older JBL75.4II amp delivers a whopping 120w rms @2ohm to each speaker.
These are loud and fantastic sounding for the money.
Highs that aren\'t too harsh, attractive crossovers, and wonderful mids.
The identical amp I use on these has damaged speakers like the JL c5 that cost $500 a pair msrp.
Two sets of Alpine type R component speakers, as well as an infinity kappa perfect speaker, were blown.
They\'re usually completely blown between 6 months and a year.
But the jbl p660s have stood up to everything I\'ve thrown at them over the last three years.
They don\'t warp at large volume and are just what I was looking for.
I couldn\'t be more pleased.
I wanted great-sounding speakers at a reasonable price, so I could replace them without spending $500, and I also needed something that could withstand the power of my 600 watt 4-channel amp.
These are crushing it.
Anyone who claims otherwise has a different issue.
Buying from a shady third-party vendor, or any seller who isn\'t licensed to sell or warrant Jbl products, for example.
Make certain to locate an authorized dealer.
However, these speakers are outdated and no longer manufactured.
Read more on https://www.best6x9speakers.org/
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