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deComposion
03-17-2005, 11:13 AM
Hey, I'm just wondering about if anyone has some kind of experience with Boschmann (http://www.boschmann.com/)?

They have this 6*9" speaker, Boschmann ALX-993X Giga. Here is the specs copied from the webside:

6*9" 3-way Titanium Loudspeakers
Freq.Resp: 30Hz-23KHz
Sensitivity: 93dB/w*m (SPL)
Nominal Impedance: 4 ohms
Peak Power Output: 1000Watts
RMS Power Output: 350Watts
Recommended amplifier: 5-125w RMS per channel
Aluminum die-cast frame
Full cast aluminium chassis for superior strength and efficient heat disspation
Multi-layered kapton voice coil for HIGH POWER handling
Long throw acoustic design
Sensitivity-improved music reproduction
Built-in crossovers

125w RMS when the RMS Power Outpus is 350w? Can anyone explain this to me?

I dont know, what do you guys think about this set of speakers? What about the brand?

Avoid, or buy?

Raven
03-17-2005, 11:22 AM
Wow, Iīve never heard of this brand, but it looks like they make everything. The next big thing or the next Pyramid? I dunno, Iīm still waiting for the site to load. They donīt get some of us are still on dial up.

They look good on paper, thatīs all I have to say. Find the price. If you think itīs worth it, try them out and give a review.

snipe523
03-17-2005, 08:57 PM
Why does it say peak power output? Speakers don't put out power. That to me is a red flag. Usually when I have seen this it has been a junk brand. Now being that I have no experience with them I cannot say for sure, so take that with a grain of salt.

JoseMCeee
03-17-2005, 10:15 PM
^i think thats a cheapo brand. Unless i have it confused with something else.

squeak9798
03-18-2005, 09:44 AM
Well, they claim to have a 50mm Xmax sub......looks like RE is still not the top dawg :crazy:

http://www.boschmann.com/images/parameter/current/AZX-W15%20NUKE.pdf


Anyways, either they have updated their site since you posted this, or you were looking somewhere that I can't find (I hate flash sites). Cause all it lists now for power handling is "peak power".......