Illusion Audio Luccent L6 Component Kit

Illusion L6

The Illusion Audio Luccent L6 has a neodymium front magnet design which keeps the driver light and thin, coming it at a 2-inch mounting depth that fits in most cars. It has a 25mm coated aluminum tweeter that has all the detail of a metal dome with the smoothness of a very good quality soft dome. Illusion also uses a sealed cast chamber behind the tweeter to help get it to a lower, 2000 Hz crossover point.

SIZE (IN.): 6.5
DESIGN: 2-way
WOOFER CONE & SURROUND: Polypropylene cone, Butyl rubber surround
TWEETER MATERIAL: Ceramic-coated aluminum
POWER (RMS/PEAK): 75 W
RMS BASKET: Cast Aluminum

$699 | www.IllusionAudio-America.com

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