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    PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    hey,
    I have a friend trying to look for some speakers so I was wondering what would be better PG rsd65cs or Pioneer Revs Co-axils?

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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    I have yet to hear the rsd coaxes, but based on components alone, the rsds are far better imo.



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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    Quote Originally Posted by Towncar View Post
    I have yet to hear the rsd coaxes, but based on components alone, the rsds are far better imo.
    I was told the co-axial version uses the same tweeter & woofer the only difference is the x-over and of course the co-axial mounting.




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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    so rsd component > then pioneer revs?



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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    Quote Originally Posted by shiipseki View Post
    so rsd component > then pioneer revs?
    all day everyday. xenons over revs aswell



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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    I dont know about the Rsd, but now i have some revs and this are the bext coax i have try, better than al alpine i have had, my last speakers where PG xenon comp, they sound a little bit cleaner and crisp, but they take 150W rms, instead of the 60 the revs takes.

    For the price you cant get anything better.



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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    The xenons dont need 150 watts to sound good, they do good with half that. It just so happends they can handle a lot of power. with that said, the rsds are waaaaaay better than the xenons in everyway possible. not even close



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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    RSds out of those two choices.



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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    I can vouch for the Revs i have the 6x9 revs just got em for my bday and i love em they sound crisp clear clarity sound and the midbass is excellent right now they are just running off my deh-4800mp hu also and still sound good.




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    Re: PG RSD65cs vs Pioneer Rev Co-axils

    I can vouch for the RSD's, heard them for the first time and was throughly impressed. The mid bass and mid range is excellent, makes me want to get of my Boston's.




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