Focal Car Audio 165W-XP-M ELITE Utopia 165mm/6.5 2-Way Component Kit

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SPECIFICATIONS
  • Tweeter Beryllium Inverted dome
  • Woofer (6 1/2") 165mm
  • Cone 'W'
  • Suspension Tuned Mass Damper (TMD®)
  • Impedance 2Ω
  • Max. power 200W
  • Nom. power 100W
  • Sensitivity (2.83 V/1 m) 93dB
  • Frequency response 60Hz - 40kHz
  • Accessories Grilles, screws and filters supplied
PARAMETERS
  • Rdc 1,9Ω
  • Fs 58.5Hz
  • Mms 16.3g
  • Cms 0.454mm/N
  • Vas 11.31l
  • Qts 0.6
  • Qes 0.665
  • Qms 5.52
  • Bxl 4.19N/A
  • Sd 132.73cm2
  • SPL 89dB
  • Xmax 4.5mm

ELITE Utopia 165mm/6.5 2Way Component Kit - Focal Car Audio 165W-XP-M

The 165W-XP integrates the exclusive technologies: TMD® surround, progressive spider, ventilated motor, new Beryllium tweeter, bi-amplification crossover. Focal also gave it a new design, steeped in Focal DNA and geared towards performance. The result: an uncompromising kit that opens the door to the world of Utopia.

'W' sandwich cone
The ‘W’ sandwich cone perfectly optimises the frequency response curve by fully mastering the three key parameters of lightness, rigidity and damping. When listening through the ‘W' sandwich cone, the sound is completely transparent with extremely little distortion.

TMD® surround

Originally developed for the Sopra line of high-fidelity loudspeakers, the TMD® (Tuned Mass Damper) surround has a unique profile, designed to better control the effects of resonance and to drastically reduce the distortion associated with deformations of the cone. The speaker driver takes advantage of this patented technology by spreading better defined and very realistic midranges.

Progressive spider

The progressive spider used on all of the Utopia drivers is built around a progressive section that reproduces all the impact of the bass whilst optimising the linearity, precision and dynamics of the sound.

Bi-amplification crossover
All the components on the crossover have been specially selected and optimised to better control the effects of thermal dissipation. These components, essential for managing different channels and the soundstage, have improved reliability. As for the bi-amplification, this enables the woofer and tweeter to be driven separately in terms of power, resulting in optimum performance.