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ok i know these ar fairly scarce when they werent already in my dash i searched the model number and all that came up was one for sale on one audio forum and one on amazon. i bought them from an older guy who never really used them. i know theyre old but they sound damn good. theyre 2-way 4" infinity and i believe the model number has cf in it.



the cone is purpleish/blue the surround is rubber like my 2011 rf p3's

ive tore my dash apart over and over again for 2 hours today getting rid of gnd noise on my new pioneer and i really dont feel like tearing it apart again. so someone please save me what could be a pointless hassle and know what these are
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It looks like an older infinity reference series. I don't know how long they made them with that material, but my first run in car audio was in the mid to late 90's and they had started to show up by then. They were a decent series at the time soundwise, but power handling wasn't the greatest. I googled around and found a link to some similar except in the 5inch version..... Infinity Reference 1312CF 5" 2 Way Coaxial Car Speakers | eBay


If you're getting a ground loop hum, I don't think these speakers are your problem if that's what you're asking in the 2nd part of your post.

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ground noise is because pioneer has NEVER fixed the pico fuse deal in thier radios..even from the old old ass units had the same issue
ground the rca's to get rid of noise
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Try n see if this helps any. Pico fuse was a major terrible problem with pioneer units that had them. And this will do you right.


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lol i said i spent 2 hours getting rid of it i shouldve said successfully i know to groung out the shields and i knew either pioneer or kenwood was known for having gnd noise so it wasnt too much of a surprise. so yall are saying theyre possibly nearly as old as i am? i think the last time i looked them up they had a 35wrms rating im looking for the model number for freq response. id like to know where to cross them as they get quite a bit of excursion crossed at 80
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Oh you said you spent 2hr and you didn't wanna do it again. So I assumed lol.
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im running an old alpine 3522s under the dash up front for my highs ive got it wired down to 2.6 nominal per channel. its rated [email protected] and [email protected] at 12vdc so im thinking i may be working with 35-40W ive got 2 of these infinitys to sony xplod4 3/4-way 6.5"s and for logitech full range speakers from a 2.1 system like everyone has. the speakers are actually kinda nice and had a huge motor for a 2" full range. should i run more power? im dd-1'ing my amps tomorrow and im scared its gonna turn out real quiet. i know i dont have enough power for my speakers.

sidenote how does the way speakers are wired affect the way they receive power. i wanna say the logitechs are 2ohms a piece and i have two in series along with a sony in series creating an 8 ohm load which is paralelled with the 4ohm infinitys. does it affect it at all. also the logitechs have a capacitor on them i wanna say will that block signals from getting to the xplod that is in series with is?
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