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Old 01-04-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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are they any good? i was going to get type R coaxials but i can get the audiobahns considerably cheaper. they have the same rms but the peak power of the audiobahns are 200 watts as opposed to 300. The audiobahns also have a higher decibal rate. the audiobahns are rated at 94 and the type-r's are rated at 87. if I get an amp with an rms of 100 watts but the peak is 300, will that mess up the speakers?? TIA
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I love Audiobahn, I have had three sets of subs from them with nothing but good things to say. In my experience they under rate their power capacity, I would think you would be alright.
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i was looking at amps to power my speakers and i need to get a 4 channel, 100 watt rms amp. i was looking at a CRUNCH PZI1004 mainly because its cheap. i haven't really heard much about this brand, should i stay away from it?
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How cheap is cheap? I may be able to get something for you within your budget. Let me know if I can help!!
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I have 375$ left for speakers and amp, etc. i spent $200 on my HU. i'm going to be getting Polk Audio db6501 component system for my front speakers which is $129 new from amazon. Then i'm deciding between the alpine type-r coax speakers for the sail panels or the audiobahns. the type-r speakers are 50$ on amazon and the audiobahns are $25. I probably wont get anything for the hatch speakers for now because they dont really do much. I actually just realized a couple days ago that my hatch speakers were disconnected and i didn't even notice it. if you could help me set up something for the money i have, thatd be great too.
EDIT: I forgot to say that the Crunch amp is only 75$.
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i was searching around online and i came across the Audiobahn AMD60Q and the Audiobahn ABC6002V. i can afford both and the component set runs at 200W rms with a 4-ohm impedence. But the midbass speakers say that they are 200W rms/ pair. does that mean that its 100W rms per speaker? It also says that it has a 3 ohm impedence. would these be difficult to hook up to one amp? TIA
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anyone??
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