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emilimo701
09-04-2010, 08:26 PM
Car Audio For Sale Image Dynamics CXS62 V2 Brand new with warranty. - DIYMA.com (http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/classifieds/86683-image-dynamics-cxs62-v2-brand-new-warranty.html)

i wasn't planning on spending more than $200 on my first set of comps... but what are thoughts on these?

He is only selling at $30 less than what they go for new/shipped from woofersetc. So I don't think i'd pay $330, but what is the lowest reasonable offer I could make?

How would they do for power? ID seems to give no formal rating. I don't know where that "25-125 watts" came from

Horsemanwill
09-05-2010, 02:49 PM
those are great comps but like i said there the warrenty is non transferable. but with that said that comp set can take a clean 200 watts no problem. do you have a specific amp you want to run?

hornedfrog1985
09-08-2010, 10:43 AM
Will rides IDs dong harder than anyone on earth. Take what he says with a grain of salt. I have the receipt for them, and you can do with that receipt what you want. The warranty was never put in my name or anything like that.

Jesus Christ Will get a ****ing life man.

guacho80
09-08-2010, 10:58 AM
Great seller here, sold me some ID OEMS which might use a woofer similar to those set, except 4ohm. Would buy from again, without any doubt. If I had money I would purchase those IDs from him without thinking it twice.

Horsemanwill
09-08-2010, 01:59 PM
if you have a problem with someone telling the truth then if you ask me your the one who has issues. i'll say the same for any company who sells products and where it says right there in the warrenty agreement that it is nontransferable. if your gonna "work the system" then work it. i'm just pointing out a FACT.

emilimo701
09-09-2010, 02:38 AM
those are great comps but like i said there the warrenty is non transferable. but with that said that comp set can take a clean 200 watts no problem. do you have a specific amp you want to run?

have a Zapco 750.2 probably keeping it and using that

Horsemanwill
09-09-2010, 12:00 PM
ya that amp will be fine just set your gains correctly and dont' clip the speakers.

emilimo701
09-09-2010, 08:13 PM
ya that amp will be fine just set your gains correctly and dont' clip the speakers.

as in the speakers will be fine on that amp?

i brought this up in another thread... what if i disconnected the cooling fan from that amp? Would it have thermal issues if wired to 2 ohms and pushed moderately?

Horsemanwill
09-09-2010, 08:23 PM
i don't see why it would be a thermal problem. why would you want to disconnect the fan? and yes the speakers sh ould be fine on that amp.

emilimo701
09-09-2010, 08:26 PM
i don't see why it would be a thermal problem. why would you want to disconnect the fan? and yes the speakers sh ould be fine on that amp.

cause i roll in a wagon, so it's pretty much within earshot. i can hear it when music is on low or off. probably wouldn't be a big deal to most people, but it is for me. not that my car is tomb-silent to begin with, but anything that i can control, i'd like to control