Pioneer G Series Two-Way Car Speaker
This speaker makes it easy to replace underperforming stock speakers, and it boasts the power handling to perform well in custom car stereos.
250-Watt Max Power
Rated at a nominal 40 watts, this speaker can safely receive signal outputs of up to 250 watts. This means that beyond replacing factory speakers, the G-Series can the handle the power from a wide range of aftermarket amplifiers.
Pioneer’s audio engineers chose an injected-molded polypropylene (IMPP) cone woofer because it’s strong and lightweight, yet also improves sensitivity and reduces distortion. The addition of a conex damper heightens power handling and deepens bass. As for the treble, a 1-3/16” Piezoelectric tweeter reproduces high frequencies with clarity, making it great for bands that rely heavily on triangle instruments.
Fit Most Vehicles
The 6”x8” speaker’s custom-fit baskets readily work with select Ford and Mazda models.
6”x8” Oval Speaker
- Product number: TS-G6845R
- Coaxial two-way speaker
- 250 watts max power, 40 watts nominal
- Injection-molded polypropylene (IMPP) with MICA composite cone woofer
- 1-3/16” polyethylene terephthalate (PET) Piezoelectric tweeter
- Rubber-coated cloth woofer surround
- Ferrite woofer magnet
- Shallow mounting depth with custom-fit baskets for select Ford and Mazda vehicles
- Condition: new
- Dimensions: 8.86”x11.46”x3.46”
- Weight: 2.91lb.
If you’re going to name your company Pioneer, you better back it up. Fortunately for the electronics firm with that name, it has done so for several decades, designing innovations that soon became ubiquitous, such as the laser disc (a precursor to CDs and DVDs), automotive CD player, car GPS, DVD player, and plasma HD display. The company that is now Pioneer dates back to 1938, when Tokyo resident Nozomu Matsumoto opened a speaker shop in his garage. He couldn’t have imagined many of the products Pioneer makes today, with state-of-the-art stereo-speaker equipment for the car and home, as well as DJ equipment that enables users to finally create the long-clamored-for dubstep remix of “Mary Had a Little Lamb.”
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