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Infinity Kappa 60CSX 6.5″ 2-Way Component Speaker System


About this item Infinity’s glass fiber woofer cones are lighter and stiffer with more cone-area than the competition , delivering increased low-frequency output and higher efficiency. Edge-driven textile dome tweeters – These are not commonly used W-domes, but edge-driven textile dome speakers that will deliver broader and smoother high frequency response. High output 2.5 ohm ohm architecture with low impedance voice coils enables the speaker to extract every watt from the amplifier and deliver peak power with ease. Infinity speakers have to undergo a testing process that would destroy lesser speakers. Infinity freezes them, bakes them, shakes them, blasts them with ultraviolet light and drives them at full power for days at a time. Infinity is in the business of designing reference quality speakers, and Kappa car audio speakers are no exception.



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Infinity Kappa 60CSX 6.5″ 2-Way Component Speaker System

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Specification: Infinity Kappa 60CSX 6.5″ 2-Way Component Speaker System

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20 x 9 x 5 inches

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6.7 pounds





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#36,796 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #420 in Car Coaxial Speakers

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Date First Available

September 27, 2017

10 reviews for Infinity Kappa 60CSX 6.5″ 2-Way Component Speaker System

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  1. C A

    These speakers are worth the price. Very clear when pushed to their limits. On Spotify you can find a playlist for hi-fi songs. You will be amazed at how clear they sound. They have the option to add a mid speaker. You’ll see an output on the crossover.My last 3 way kappa speakers came with a crossover as well. But I purchased those in 2005 and they were good but not great. I play all kinds of music and these kappas handle it all. Now I want to replace the older 6×9 kappa speakers I have because they have the tweeter built in, as opposed to having a crossover and a tweeter that can be placed anywhere.I have the infinity reference amp pushing these bad boys at 100%. The amp is rated 100 watts rms per channel and they do not clip or distort my speakers. Beautiful speakers, just to look at. I am happy with my purchase.2006 Toyota Tacoma- single cabHeadunit: Alpine UTE-73BTAmp: Infinity REF-704A 1000 W Peak (400W RMS)Front Speakers: Infinity Kappa 60CSXRear speakers: Infinity Kappa 693.11IHardwire: Aproo USB C to 3.5mm Aux Audio CablePhone: OnePlus 7 Pro

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  2. Brandon

    Update: I added the 2″ midrange speakers (20mx) making these a 3 way set, and a 10″ JL Audio powered subwoofer and it is now lacking absolutely nothing. From Dave Matthews to Kendrick Lamar to Lamb of god and everything in between these do not disappoint. These sound great by themselves but with the mids and a sub the sound quality is phenomenal. Better than headphones.I replaced the head unit and amp in a 2018 Tundra non JBL crewmax. I thought I could get by with the Infinity reference coax setup for the front speakers by adding some new dash speakers. It sounded harsh and I could not get it tuned correctly. I caved and went with this component set and removed the dash speakers all together. The install is of course a little more involved. I decided on a surface mount tweeter install on the sail panels which works great and with these being as small as they are, it doesn’t really look out of place. So, my initial setup, 75w rms 4 channel amp against a Kenwood DMX 907s and infinity Kappa 6.5 components in the front. Sounded great. I was going to return the coax pair but decided to move them to the back… What a difference replacing all of the speakers made. It sounds insanely good. I don’t have a subwoofer and get solid mid bass punch and extreme clarity. Once I switched out the rears I get better than expected (within reason with no sub) low end as well. I did sound deaden my doors but I did not use rings and this thing is off the charts. Extremely happy with the outcome. Definitely worth the cost. And I am just using factory wiring with a few metra adaptors for ease of install. Highly recommend, but you do need an amp and you should use some deadening. I used the cheap stuff from Home Depot and it is working out great. Just search YouTube. I’m sure the pros will disagree with my sounds deadening choice but it definitely does the job just fine and for a fraction of the cost.

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  3. VHs

    I want to highlight the reasons for selecting the Infinity Kappa 60CSX for the front of my 2010 Toyota RAV4. Since there wasn’t anyway in today’s retail environment to audit car stereo, I have to buy it based on researching online. One of the best respected car audio resource is C*****field, unfortunately they are out of stock so I bought @ Amazon (but I did purchase the Hertz Coaxial from them).Good:1) 93dB efficiency – I can go without external amp.2) Silk dome tweeter – I prefer fabric over metal (aluminum or titanium), the car is an enclosed space with many hard surface so high frequencies bouncing off hard plastic can be fatiguing.3) High Power Handling – while the power handling exceeds the rated output on the head unit (Atoto S8)The Bad:1). Crossover enclosure is huge. I ended up removing the cover so it can fit in the door.2). I would prefer quick crimp connectors and lugs instead of screw-down terminals because the screw terminals could loosen over time subject to road vibrations.3). The included mounting bracket is useless with Toyota and needed Metra 82-8148 to fit the doorsThe challenge with Toyota 2010 (applies to 2006 to 2011) RAV4 – tweeter need a place to mount, and I believe it can be mounted on the A-pillar with one of the included tweeter housing or as I shown in the picture, I modified the tweeter grille to mount the tweeter. Another challenge is finding the best location for the crossover and how to attach to the door. I found the best place is right on top of the woofer position below the tweeter, the narrow opening allows mounting the crossover without it’s cover and enclosure with long tie-wraps.I have a long history as audio enthusiasts and had high-end home stereo over the years. I am very impressed by the performance of the 60CSX, in my opinion, it sounded more natural than Morel and Focal and even the more expensive higher range of Infinity, so I think this is fantastic value for money. The other car speakers I found to be better were the Audiofrog, a newer brand by ex-JBL engineers, and Hertz Mille MLK but both of these require external amplifier to drive properly not to mention both of them costs hundreds more.

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  4. Nik4.dacica

    I successfully replaced the bass speakers in these kits (rear window – Kappa 90 csx – and front doors – Kappa 60 csx), without making major changes, the old and tired OEM Harman / Kardon on my SAAB 9-5 / 2008. An upgrade that deserved in all respects, volume and clear and distortion-free sound even at full volume with the OEM Harman / Kardon amplifier (which I intend to keep). The next step is the acquisition of 2 Infinity Kappa – 20MX kits to complete the 3-way systems front and rear and mounting them instead of the current 2-in-1 speakers (dashboard and rear doors) along with the two kit kits (minor modifications required to be buried in the door faces). Kappa 90-csx woofers play a strong and clear bass and I can say that there is no need for a subwoofer (I’m still thinking – but if it will be the chosen one = Infinity Kappa 1200w 12 inch – remains to be seen). I am very happy for the present and confident for the future. Thanks Infinity . Infinity by Harman

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  5. Dewell Meeks

    First off yes I am an infinity kappa fanboy lol. But these speakers sound amazing! Tips for sound quality is to make sure you sound deaden your doors so they sound crisp.

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  6. P. Sjoholm

    installed these in the front of my Q50, with the add-on 2″ mid-ranges. Had them professionally installed with an amp and DSP and the sound quality is amazing. They offer a lot of mid bass from the 6.5″. Just ensure to install with Dynamat (or alike) and proper mounting hardware with speaker baffles. I’m throwing about 100 watts RMS to them to get them sounding optimal.

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  7. Chris Glenn

    All the yes!! Infinity does it again didn’t miss! Only small grip is the size and shape of the hub. It’s pretty and looks great but you’ll never see it and it’s quite large being the circular shape. Speakers themselves are high quality.

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  8. headphones guy

    For those of us who utilize amplifiers…these are a no brainer. The soundstage and definition of sound is amazing. Any speakers can play electronic music… these are for all genres… Especially jazz, rock, lounge…

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  9. Amber Di Falco

    Great speakers for the money. Very bright, I don’t run then with the +3 offered on the cross over buttons. The cross overs are a bit large and these run closer to 6 3/4 than 6.5 as far as fitment goes. Definitely took a lot of effort for the install but completely worth it to replace my tired bose speakers on my 2005 sierra.

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  10. ruben rosario

    Great set of components, amazing sound, and good quality, I installed them in my escalade with aftermarket amps. Best sound quality for the money I think. There nice and full in two way mode I also added the mids for three way. just know if you plan on doing that it’s best to keep them close to the woofer unless you’re looking for sound stage up on the dash. Simply because you tend to loose some mid voice from the woofer and get lower frequency’s. Over all I’m injoying them. great product great quality money well spent.

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