In my humble opinion the car audio scene can get pretty snobby in the UK and when Infinity make budget speakers (which I've always regarded very highly for their class) I think people assume that mainstream manufacturers can't make audio that excels.
I now believe very strongly that the Infinity Perfect 6.1s can go up against and compete on the same level as other speakers which are far more expensive.
I know these have won competitions, but always got a harsh high end; then I realised it was the fault of my installation. My advice is not to start by turning the tweeters down, instead put them on a long wire with a big bit of blutack on the back and experiment with them stuck in different places at different angles.
The manual for the Perfect 6.1s says the kickpanels are the best place for staging and imaging, but personally I didn't like the sound of my music coming from my feet (and I could hear it coming from there).
After putting the tweeters in the side mirror corner panels and facing them at the space between driver and passenger headrests I have had an audio experience I just have never had before from anything not live. The sound is incredibly lifelike. Even at high volumes I have solved my installation problems of harsh highs. I still have good high end though, it's just nicely balanced instead.
The only car audio speakers I've heard that hold together with so little distortion at high volume are other speakers based on anodized aluminium woofer cones.
After sorting out my install problems and compensating for my tweeters being closer to my ears than the woofers I just haven't heard anything better.
If you're looking to get some very serious audio kit I would strongly recommend them. I've bought more live music and accoustic music because of how real it all sounds through them. I'm a very, very happy owner.
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