About the JL Audio MX770-CCX-SG-CR
Sporty style and serious sound
Sporty style and serious sound
JL Audio's JL Audio MX770-CCX-SG-CR marine speakers combine durable, marine-ready design with outstanding audio performance. These rugged 7.7" speakers deliver powerful output that'll cut through wind, water, and engine noise.
Built tough for life on a boat
The weatherproof cone is suspended in a durable synthetic rubber surround for great sound and long life, while the UV-resistant polymer basket surrounds and protects the entire structure. The 3/4" treated silk dome tweeter renders brilliant highs, and it's mounted directly to the titanium "Sport" grille for optimal sound radiation. The high-quality 2-way crossover mounted to the woofer basket ensures the woofer and tweeter work in perfect concert.
You can mount these sharp-looking speakers in your boat's cockpit or bulkhead walls, either as standalones or in conjunction with a subwoofer. For optimal performance, each speaker will need at least 2 cubic feet of airspace.
- 7.7" 2-way marine speakers (pair)
- injection-molded, mica-filled polypropylene woofer with synthetic rubber surround
- 3/4" silk dome tweeter
- 2-way crossover attached to the woofer basket
- UV- and corrosion-resistant polymer baskets and chrome "Sport" grilles
- designed for free-air applications (no enclosures needed)
- for best performance, speaker needs at least 2 cubic feet of airspace
- power handling: 25-75 watts RMS (225 watts peak)
- frequency response: 45-25,000 Hz
- sensitivity: 90.5 dB
- recommended amplifier power (RMS): 20-150 watts per channel
- top-mount depth: 3-1/4"
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 91882
What's in the box:
- Two 2-way marine speakers
- 2 Chrome polymer grilles (attached)
- Twelve 1-1/8" Stainless-steel screws
- 12 Stainless-steel flat washers
- 6 Grille logo badges (2 Red/ 2 Black/ 2 Blue)
- Owner's manual
- Mounting template
More details on the JL Audio MX770-CCX-SG-CR
Features & specs
|Tweeter Design||3/4" Dome|
|Woofer Surround||Synthetic Rubber|
|Parts Warranty||2 Years|
|Labor Warranty||2 Years|
90.5 dB at 1 watt |
|Frequency Response||45 - 25k Hz|
|Max RMS Power Handling||75|
|Peak Power Handling (Watts)||225|
|Top-mount Depth (Inches)||3 1/4|
|Bottom-mount Depth (Inches)||N/A|
|Cutout Diameter or Length (inches)||6 1/4|
Marine Tested: JL Audio's marine speakers are built to exceed industry standards for Salt-Fog and UV exposure. They are exposed to ultraviolet testing chambers to simulate years of sun exposure, and salt fog chambers to simulate years of exposure to salt-water environments. Corrosion and UV-resistant materials are used throughout.
Woofers: The MX770-CCX speakers feature injection-molded, mica-filled polypropylene cone woofers with UV inhibitors, synthetic rubber surrounds, and precisely engineered dust cap profiles for smooth upper-end response. The woofers also use marine-grade synthetic fiber spiders with a progressive roll design to withstand high humidity.
DMA (Dynamic Motor Analysis): DMA is JL Audio's proprietary method of improving dynamic motor behavior. The DMA optimized, long-excursion design enhances output, bass extension, and power handling of the speaker.
Tweeters: The speakers feature 3/4" silk dome tweeters with a specially formulated treatment to withstand UV and salt-spray exposure. The dome tweeter uses a neodymium magnet for higher efficiency levels and is Ferrofluid-cooled and damped for improved response and power handling capabilities.
Crossover: The tweeters use 2nd order (12 dB/oct) crossovers with solid-state tweeter protection to prevent tweeter failure.
Polymer Basket And Grille: The specifically engineered polymer baskets are corrosion and UV-resistant and encapsulate the woofer's motor system to prevent corrosion.
Infinite-Baffle Operation: The speakers are designed for infinite-baffle operation and can be installed in a variety of locations, without the need for a dedicated enclosure. The woofer is optimized to operate with a large volume of air behind it (at least 2 cubic feet); operating in less space will compromise low frequency performance.