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Get the most out of your car audio system with these Alpine SXE1725S 2-way speakers. Feature neodymium tweeters to deliver dimensional highs and polypropylene woofer cones for full, rich sound.

Product Features

  • Handles up to 220W peak power (40W RMS), for rich sound
  • Neodymium tweeters provide crisp, dynamic highs
  • Polypropylene woofer cones with rubber surrounds produce full, robust audio.
  • 6″ cutout diameter, 2″ bottom-mount depth for a proper fit.
  • 4 ohms impedance, conducts power evenly to keep the speaker at an appropriate level.

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3 comments

  1. Pete V. says:

    Work well I was looking to upgrade the stock speakers in our Yukon.These are very good for the price. They don’t distort at high levels, and the quality is good.Low range is lacking but “ok”I am running a single Alpine type R to handle the low range, Idk if I would recommend these without some sort of sub.If your looking for a nice set of low price components without using an amp these are perfect.Do not expect to run an amp to these.I’m always skeptical of…

  2. Jake says:

    Solid budget performer I purchased these speakers to replace a pair of Sony xPlodes which came installed in my truck when I purchased it. Compared to the Sonys, these speakers are clearer and sound noticeably cleaner, but lack the “warmth” of the sound that the Sonys do; this is presumably because the Sony speakers produce better more audible mids and lows, but they aren’t as crisp as these Alpines.Pros:PriceShallow mounting depthCrisp audioCons:Noticeably lacking…

  3. eblak3 says:

    Besides being extremely cool and getting a lot of “Why do you have … I’m using these speakers mounted in my living room walls for a DC home-audio system that I’ve been putting together. Besides being extremely cool and getting a lot of “Why do you have speakers in your walls? Wait, you did what??”, it sounds pretty good. Right now I’m just running these on 14W of deck power and they get loud enough. I usually get the Pyles or Boss speakers for my budget systems and I think these run on par with the Pyles, but lack the range that I’ve found in Boss…

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