Bought these to replace stock rear deck speakers. They were the wrong size as it turns out since the stock speakers were actually 6X9. I made adapters for them no problem. Only driving them with 25W right now and they sound very nice until I have to turn it up real loud. They will sound very good when I get an amp installed to drive a little power into them. They have crisp highs and decent lows for a small speaker. Midrange seems a bit bright but then again I don't have the power amp installed yet. That will change everything.
After installing new speakers, receiver, and wiring to this amp I attempted to test the system and found that only 2 channels of the 4 worked. Spent 3 hours tracing all wiring and connections with finally bench testing to find that indeed only two of the channels were operational. May have been just this amplifier of course, but being that this is a rather inexpensive amp, it may have a history of failure.
I put two of these in a ported box in a 2001 sl1 saturn. Bump good, using a 820watt pioneer amp also from walmart, Ive used these amps for ages, and never doubted buying another, its the third one ive bought. I haven't even turned the amp up, or doubled my bass on my kenwood deck, and it hits pretty hard. Good highs and lows for the price.
I bought one and returned it. I had read reviews on Amazon and was expecting better picture quality. It was average quality at best. I ended up buying the Concept CFD-135 (which has an HDMI input) instead and have been very happy with the picture quality (both for regular cd's as well as for blu-rays played via the HDMI input). The CFD-135 was about the same price $280. I'd definitely select the CFD-135 over this model every time.\n\nI selected this monitor after doing a lot of online research. It supports 1980 x 1080 so I had thought it offered a high definition display. Boy was I wrong. The picture was disappointingly blurry when watching it, from about 3-4 feet away, in the van. Also, there is no HDMI input (I bought the Blu-Ray Player from Audiovox to send the blu-ray picture to it).\n\nHowever, I will caveat that the picture looks better the farther back you are (but that means 7 - 9 plus feet away). My friend following behind us in another car said that the picture looked pretty good to them but they were 12+ feet away from the monitor.
Wal-Mart is good about refunding purchase price however shouldn't be selling products that are not as described. Dont buy this junk from China. These are not real Pyle driver's. They only use the name for marketing and are not of any quality at all.