JBL

GTO509C

Details
Variations

ABS composite frames, separate tweeter and cross-over bring music to life in your car

£101.99101.99 per system £119.99
Product Actions
Add to cart options
+

In stock and ready to ship

High-fidelity component car speakers for bringing life to your sound system.

JBL GTO 509C component speakers handle 225 watts peak power (75 watts RMS). This much power makes for an ideal match to systems powered with head-unit or factory-amplifier power levels. Even better, the speaker matches many of the GTO Series’ amplifier combinations. As a result, it can keep up with systems that feature one or more subwoofers and satisfy high-fidelity audiophile listeners. And its great power-handling specifications also increase reliability over the lifetime of the speaker.

Item# GTO509C

General Specifications

Size 5-1/4" (130mm)
Type Two-way

Audio Specifications

Power Handling (RMS) 5W - 200W
Nominal Impedance 3 ohms
Sensitivity (2.83V/1m) 92dB
Power Handling (Peak) 225W
Frequency Response 67Hz-21kHz

Dimensions

Mounting Cutout Diameter (mm) 118
Mounting Cutout Diameter (in) 4-11/16
External Diameter (in) 6-1/4
Mounting Depth (mm) 57
External Diameter (mm) 158
Mounting Depth (in) 2-1/4
Click here for a complete list of all specs for this product

Spec Sheet (EN)

1 MB
  • 1 pair of speakers
  • 1 pair of speaker grilles
  • 1 pair of tweeters
  • Tweeter surface mount cups
  • Tweeter angle mount cups
  • Tweeter mounting screws
  • Owner’s Manual

Search Result For ""

I am connecting GTO609c with an amp. Should I use the amp high pass feature to adjust the frequency or just full pass to the component crossover?

Asked by: cb85
Since the GTO609C has its own crossover, sending full-range signal or only those that the speaker will play will not make much of a difference with the speaker. It would help the amplifier, less strain on the amp, if you set its high-pass to only send the signals within the GTO609C’s frequency.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-01-30

what amp should match with this speaker, also for gto609c. it is any difference in sound quality between gtr 104 and club 704 or look for gto 804ez

Asked by: FZRemover
The best way to do this is to look at each amplifier’s specifications: GTO 804EZ - 80W RMS x 4 channels, <1.0% THD+N @ 4-ohms GTR 104 - 100W RMS x 4 channels, <0.1% THD+N @ 4-ohms CLUB 704 - 70W RMS x 4 channels, <1.0% THD+N @ 4-ohms The GTO 509C and 609C can handle 75W and 90W RMS respectively. All this tells us that the GTR 104 can provide the most power and the cleanest sound at high volumes (<0.1% THD vs <1.0% THD for the other two). With its gain adjustments, you are certain that you will not overpower your speakers (GTO 509C and 609C).
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-01-21

DO YOU PROVIDE AN INSTALLATION AND A PARTS DISCRIPTION SHEET OR BOOK? OR DOWNLOAD? the only thing I recognize in this box is the speaker itself. need help...

Asked by: JIMMY 74
Yes, there is an Owner’s/Installation manual in the box that comes with the GTO 590C. The Owner’s Manual is downloadable in this page, under the Manuals & Downloads tab.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-12-10

What size are the speakers?

Asked by: TheRealMrT
5 1/4" with a 3/4"
Answered by: Matthale68
Date published: 2016-12-05

hello i want o ask or those GTO509C speakers would  fit at the back of BMW E60 2009 thanks

Asked by: neo 1986
Hi Thank you for the question. As far as I can see from the webpages that have information about which speakers fit which cars. The BMW E60 should contain 4" speakers. So it is no good to install 5" speakers. If you have other question, Please contact Customer help-desk.
Answered by: Mogens
Date published: 2016-10-09

Can you please tell me the dimensions of the crossover, I have to hide it behind my door panel but I'm worried it's too big. Thanks

Asked by: mycobraII
  • y_2017, m_4, d_24, h_8CST
  • bvseo_bulk, prod_bvqa, vn_bulk_1.0.0-hotfix-1
  • cp_1, bvpage1
  • co_hasquestionsanswers, tq_6
  • loc_en_GB, sid_gto509c_, prod, sort_[SortEntry(order=LAST_APPROVED_ANSWER_SUBMISSION_TIME, direction=DESCENDING)]
  • clientName_jbl
Sharing