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GT403CYL
02-03-2004, 08:32 PM
Im looking for a comp set of 6 1/2's to handle 120wrms/channel from a 2 channel 240wrms amp I had a set of kicker rs6's but the surround seperated from the cone due to too much excursion ( rs6's rated for 100wrms). Just wanted to know hats available in that power range. thanks

outbacksport
02-05-2004, 02:28 AM
Focal K2P, Focal 165W - 100 rms
www.focal-america.com

Dynaudio system 240mkII - 120 rms
http://www.dynaudiona.com/products/car/car1.htm

CDT Eurosport ES-620 - 150 rms
CDT EF-61 - 120 rms, CDT EF-61 - 130 rms
http://www.cdtaudio.com/car_audio.htm

Image Dynamics CXS6 Chameleons - 150 rms
http://www.imagedynamicsusa.com/website/home.html

DLS UR6 - URS6 - U Iridium 6.5 - 100 rms ; UP6 - 150 rms
http://www.dls-america.com/DLSSpeakers.htm


Rainbow Profi Vanadium, Professional line - 80 watts rms, Platinum line & Reference line - 100 rms
http://english.rainbow-audio.de/home/

Morel Hybrid Ovation - 160 rms
http://www.morel.co.il/car.htm#

helotaxi
02-05-2004, 06:46 PM
Remember that a lot of the power handling capability of your mids will depend on the crossover frequency you use with them. Lower frequencies demand more excursion from the driver and will cause them to fail with less power. At higher frequencies you can generally feed them a bit more power. If you liked the Kickers, you could just replace the wrecked mid and raise the crossover frequency to protect the driver.

adam71
02-06-2004, 08:03 AM
Remember that a lot of the power handling capability of your mids will depend on the crossover frequency you use with them. Lower frequencies demand more excursion from the driver and will cause them to fail with less power. At higher frequencies you can generally feed them a bit more power. If you liked the Kickers, you could just replace the wrecked mid and raise the crossover frequency to protect the driver.

Very well said Taxi. Trying to use a midbass driver as a subwoofer only leads to trouble. :smokin: