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2006F150Screw
10-19-2006, 06:08 PM
Looking for a pair of 6.5" comp speakers that will handle 200+ watts rms. I just blew one side of my front comp speakers. I am using an Audison Lrx-2.500 amp that is pushing 200 w per channel @ 4 ohms.

I am looking to spend around $500 or so and am looking for clean, clear, and crisp SQ, so preferrably a silk tweeter.

So please give me recommendations on something that you have personally heard or use.

azbass
10-19-2006, 06:08 PM
dynaudio

2006F150Screw
10-19-2006, 06:41 PM
Which dynaudio looked at both the 240 mkII and 240 gt and both are only rated at 100 w rms. My previous speakers were the Rainbow Germs also rated at 100 w rms and 160 w peak and still blew one of them so now I'm skeptical unless they are rated or intended for 200 watts.

jeeper07
10-19-2006, 06:43 PM
cdt hd 62s bnib for sale right here

Motovet
10-19-2006, 06:59 PM
Looking for a pair of 6.5" comp speakers that will handle 200+ watts rms. I just blew one side of my front comp speakers. I am using an Audison Lrx-2.500 amp that is pushing 200 w per channel @ 4 ohms.

I am looking to spend around $500 or so and am looking for clean, clear, and crisp SQ, so preferrably a silk tweeter.

So please give me recommendations on something that you have personally heard or use.


Bummer to hear that. I am close to installing my new Germs in the Tahoe, and I have a Zed Duece that puts out over 200W a side. Guess I'll have to be more carefull than I am with the BO pros in my truck. I thought the Germs could take 200 or so.....

HCCA
10-19-2006, 07:11 PM
Boston Acoustics Z-Series. I can tell you where to get them for just a bit over $500, but I'm not one for shameless plugs. They are rated to handle up to 400 watts each! If you're interested, I'll tell you where you can get them. Otherwise, retail, they are around $1000/pair.

faulkton
10-19-2006, 07:47 PM
pg ti elites, rated @ 300. Driver and tweet made by morel, xover is PG.

i think don had some for sale on here not to long ago.

azbass
10-19-2006, 07:49 PM
Which dynaudio looked at both the 240 mkII and 240 gt and both are only rated at 100 w rms. My previous speakers were the Rainbow Germs also rated at 100 w rms and 160 w peak and still blew one of them so now I'm skeptical unless they are rated or intended for 200 watts.

im giving mine well over 200. and they are the mw160's woofers. trust they can handle power.

2006F150Screw
10-19-2006, 09:39 PM
which dynaudio do you recommend? Are the tweeters silk?

6spdcoupe
10-20-2006, 08:07 AM
The Dyns wouldnt fit the budget, although-yes they will take and love gobs of power. I personally fed a Arc 2500XXK just to the midbasses... :D