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    Phoenix Gold Octane R Comps

    hey guy's, i was looking at these Comps and i was just wondering how bright this set will be ( havn't ordered yet)

    here are the specs:

    70/140W (RMS/PEAK) Power
    5.25" (130mm) 2-way comp system
    Frequency response: 60Hz-24kHz
    Sensitivity: 89dB (1W/1M)
    Injection molded aluminum plated grained polypropylene cone
    Butyl rubber surround
    Flat linear roll spider
    Pivoting 11mm blue mylar tweeter diaphragm ( don't now how bright)
    External 18dB/octave acoustic crossover

    I'm just asking if they are bright because i won't order them if they are..

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    Re: Phoenix Gold Octane R Comps

    They are a bright set, so ide have to say stay away.. You should check out the xenons though.



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    Re: Phoenix Gold Octane R Comps

    check the xenons...r u the same guy from canadiancaraudio.com




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    Re: Phoenix Gold Octane R Comps

    yes same guy from Canadiancaraudio.com, but i just need some answer and they where answered ( hopefully that makes sense) but anyway Thanks for the help, how would you rate the ZR's with the Silk dome tweeter?




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    Re: Phoenix Gold Octane R Comps

    Quote Originally Posted by thuggish3000
    yes same guy from Canadiancaraudio.com, but i just need some answer and they where answered ( hopefully that makes sense) but anyway Thanks for the help, how would you rate the ZR's with the Silk dome tweeter?
    zrs are a much better set than the octanes... Definately worth checking out.. I still say you should step it up and get the xenons though.



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    Re: Phoenix Gold Octane R Comps

    yeah i would get the xenons..i have them...towncar even recommended them to me...the zrs r have a better midbass than the xenons..but the tweets on the xenons are really good for the money




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