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    Icon33 MB Quart RSD213

    I want to run this components with a Power Acoustik LT964 rated at 100Wx4@4ohms. The specs of the MBs are:

    -MBQUART RSD213 5.25" 2 Way Reference
    -Power Range: 40-100 watts, -Tweeter 1" (25mm) REFERENCE Neo Tweeter
    -RWC 130 Midrange 5.25" (130mm) TX-3 Midrange Driver

    but I dont know if it is 40W RMS and 100WPeak,would be to much power running them with 100W????
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    Re: MB Quart RSD213

    anybody???




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    Re: MB Quart RSD213

    You can run those with no problems, just don't crank the gains. I've had 120w to my stock dual cones for two years (I was between components at the time). As long as you have a good crossover (not the passive one, but the high pass one on the amp or deck) you should be fine. I had my dual-cones at no less than 78hz......NO PROBLEMS. You have some good speakers, don't worry. Tell me the rest of your system....



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    Re: MB Quart RSD213

    Yeah it sould be fine using that amp. Power Acoustic I believe overrates their power ratings anyways. So if it says 100 @ 4 ohms you'll proably be lucky to see 50-70.




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    Icon7 Re: MB Quart RSD213

    Quote Originally Posted by brandont
    You can run those with no problems, just don't crank the gains. I've had 120w to my stock dual cones for two years (I was between components at the time). As long as you have a good crossover (not the passive one, but the high pass one on the amp or deck) you should be fine. I had my dual-cones at no less than 78hz......NO PROBLEMS. You have some good speakers, don't worry. Tell me the rest of your system....

    well... at this time this is my system, hehehe. Its a Renault Megane II Sedan but Im going to have it next weekend (red flame). I heard the sound and was really bad so i decided to upgrade it as soon as i have it. I didnt order the rear speakers because nobody knows the size some says 4" some 5" so I better wait to have it and then i will decide:

    1 change the rear speakers for some MB Quart or infinity coaxial's or
    2 put a subwoofer in the trunk sending the another 200W and run the rear speakers with the HU.

    Also Im not going to change the stock HU soon because I dont want to lose the stering wheel crontrols and the center display. so Im not going to change until an interface to run these comes. (the model is new, September in europe and last week in mexico)

    Ohhh another question, to improve the sound quality would be helpfull using an equalizer??? (until I change the HU) =)




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