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JBL Stadium GTO 600C

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6-1/2" (160mm) two-way component system w/ gap switchable crossover

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Ultimate Car Audio by JBL

JBL—speaker of choice for the world's top recording studios, concert events and movie theaters, delivers a world class listening experience to car audio with the new Stadium speakers. Unmistakably JBL. The high output 2 ohm design extracts every watt of power from the amplifier or head unit enabling the patented Plus One™ woofers to deliver an impressive wallop for mega volume aficionados. Sophisticated crossovers coupled with soft dome tweeters produce smooth as silk highs with extraordinary detail even at the highest volume levels. An optional midrange speaker with bandpass crossover provides seamless integration with woofer and tweeter, transforming a two-way component system into a three-way system for another magnitude of sound. Rigorous OEM-level reliability testing provides peace of mind when it's time to crank it up for that inimitable JBL adrenalin surge.

Item# STADIUMGTO600C

General Specifications

Power Handling 100Wrms, 300W peak
Sensitivity (@ 2.83V) 93dB
Frequency Response 45Hz – 25kHz
Voice Coil Diameter 1-3/16in. (30mm)
Impedance 2.5 ohms
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Spec Sheet (EN)

English 3 MB
  • 2 x Speakers
  • 2 x Grilles
  • 2 x Plastic multi-hole adapter rings
  • 2 x Foam gaskets
  • 2 x Crossovers
  • 2 x Tweeters
  • 2 x Flush-mount cups
  • 2 x Threaded flush-mount adapters
  • 2 x Surface-mount cups
  • 2 x Starfish tweeter mounts
  • 2 x Washers
  • 32 x Screws
  • 16 x Speed clips
  • 1 x allen head bit(2.5mm)
  • 2 x JBL logo badges
  • 2 x brand stickers
  • 2 x Plastics locking nuts
  • Owner’s manual

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What amplifier would you pair with these?

Asked by: Billy T
The Best amplifier for these speakers are the JBL GTR-104. Since the speakers require 100W RMS and the amp provides exactly 100W RMS so you can use the speakers to their full potential.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-05-07

Do these and the 6x8 coax sound similar? I can't fit the 6x8s in my new car, but want to lose the same kind of sound.

Asked by: jondonnelly
Hi. These two models are not identical-sounding, but not that far from each other. Since it is very difficult to describe sound with words, we can really only say that the best way to find out if they are similar enough, is to hear them both in the same installation. Sorry that we cannot be more specific.
Answered by: Bo Harman
Date published: 2018-04-25

How would you compare these the th JBL P660c components that are no longer made and the JBL MS 6.5” components that were only on the market for about two years or so I have had both and loved them both went to buy more and couldn’t find them sad 

Asked by: Jon lee
We would like to work with you directly to help you with your issue. Please submit a case request at https://www.jbl.com/support-contact.html and the Customer Service Team will be more than happy to assist you.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-06-25

Is the stadium gto 750t the exact same tweeter that comes in the stadium 600c set? One website lists the 750t smaller than the 600c tweeter. They appear to be the same, just making sure they have the same size dimensions. Thanks

Asked by: Jbl fan 2018
Yes they are. The Stadium GTO 750T is the one that is being used as a component in the Stadium GTO 600C.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-05-24

Is Harman differentiating the Infinity stuff from JBL with any slight differences? This set looks like Kappa 60.11CS components and the Club stuff looks very similar to the Infinity Reference line.

Asked by: Rottmc2
Hi! Yes although JBL and Infinity are sister companies, the speakers does have their differences in terms of materials used and sound quality. Some speakers may look the same or even have the same specifications, but they will differ on the tone that the speakers play. JBL and Infinity have their own "Tone" when it comes to sound and that will depend on the listeners preference, which is why we recommend listening to the speakers for you to distinguish the difference.
Answered by: Nick F
Date published: 2018-03-28
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