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    looking for PG rsd's?

    I've bought from these guys quite a few times and have never had any problems. Get them while you can

    http://cgi.ebay.com/PHOENIX-GOLD-6-5...QQcmdZViewItem







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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    thats where 90% of the people have been buying them



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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    What would be a good amp to match with these? (Please dont say one that puts out 120w rms)




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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flexin'01 View Post
    What would be a good amp to match with these? (Please dont say one that puts out 120w rms)
    as much as possible

    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=310432



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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    anyone want to buy a set and trade me for my cdts?




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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    thats where i bought mine too good seller!



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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    I thought they were back-ordered and people were having a hard time getting a set.




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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    they were.... but they are back in stock again now. have been for a week or so i think.

    i'm sure people will appreciate the link though.

    PS wu501: the 880 you sold me is still kickin! thanks!



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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    these handle 120 rms to each side?



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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    Quote Originally Posted by SRim23 View Post
    these handle 120 rms to each side?
    will they take a sustained 120 per side or will they be ok on an amp that does 120 rms per side? what are ya asking? two totally different things.



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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    Crap, bought my pair last week on eBay for $100 shipped. I should have waited; especially since I haven't even installed them yet.



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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    Quote Originally Posted by tcguy85 View Post
    will they take a sustained 120 per side or will they be ok on an amp that does 120 rms per side? what are ya asking? two totally different things.
    how are they different? i mean i understand your speakers arent getting exactly the wattage ur amp is rated at all times.

    ive got jbl bp300.4 can they handle 120rms per side? amp does 123rms perchannel.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Willkas View Post
    today I was messin with my newly installed subs, i really have no clue what they are but they're definatly old school. Out of nowhere, it burts into awesome mode and starts shaking the garage doors of the entire lot ( work in a auto shop).
    I just want to here some theories how this happened.
    In case you were wondering I drive a tahoe and when I say loud I mean loud to the point that your ears will pop and it starts hurting.

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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    Quote Originally Posted by djmadfx View Post
    Crap, bought my pair last week on eBay for $100 shipped. I should have waited; especially since I haven't even installed them yet.
    X10000000 Except I bought 2 pair. Then again $100 shipped still isnt bad.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 350zspl View Post
    i got the large on front
    the small in rear

    they work for me

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    Re: looking for PG rsd's?

    Quote Originally Posted by SRim23 View Post
    how are they different? i mean i understand your speakers arent getting exactly the wattage ur amp is rated at all times.

    ive got jbl bp300.4 can they handle 120rms per side? amp does 123rms perchannel.
    they are different because music is really dynamic. with a 200 watt amp you'll only get an average of 20 watts if you never ever clip it.

    here:

    Music is not constant in its peak amplitude. The ratio of average power to peak power is in the order of 10-20dB. (10dB = 10 times power and 20dB = 100 times power). I would imagine that modern rock and roll/rap music the value is closer to 10dB. This means that with typical music the average power when using a 200w/ch amplifier is in the order of 20 watts per channel with the peaks rising to 200 watts. Anything higher than the 20 watt average will most certainly push the amplifier into clipping.

    with that said.... i have my rsd's running active with 200 rms on each mid and 100 rms on each tweet. do they handle it, yup! are they magical speakers that can somehow take 5 times rated power, nope.



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