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    http://www.polkaudio.com/partners/press.php?id=59

    Some prices listed here, but...anyone noticed the suggested list on the sr6500s on Polk site keep climbing?

    I want a pair badly, but every time I look, the price has gone up on the website (damned product reviews). If history says anything, get them before they're given rave reviews.
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    Those are just SUGGESTED retail prices. The price in the store will still be $750.
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    SCREW YOU GUYS!

    I guessed $499 and Thom said "much less" -- but MSRP is $425 ... Dammit I was close... I'm giving myself a cookie...

    *cartman voice* "screw you guys".
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    The SR6500 has been at MSRP of $899 from the start. Tweeter sells it for $749. If the SR124's MSRP is $425, it will most likely sell for $375- $400. And the SR104 is a bit cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom
    If the SR124's MSRP is $425, it will most likely sell for $375- $400. And the SR104 is a bit cheaper.

    Ahh... well that's cool. That's right around where the 1st Generation Momo was at when it came out. Sounds fair to me :)
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    I suppose I'm going to have to wait and just get these subs. Any clues on what the power handing is going to be on these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Torino
    I suppose I'm going to have to wait and just get these subs. Any clues on what the power handing is going to be on these?
    I was curious about that too. If I had to guess Id say 500'ish?
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    I think 6 or 700 watts RMS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom
    I think 6 or 700 watts RMS.
    BEEFY SPICEY --- SNAP INTO A SUBWOOFER!

    that's ... big.
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    Definitely! Im gonna have to get a bigger amp now! :D
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    What are you planning on getting :D ?
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    Two please :D
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    I will have one, or two...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1996blackmax
    What are you planning on getting :D ?
    Crossfire 600D! "600" watts at 1 ohm.
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    ew.

    Mac... the Crossfire VR602 is the same size...

    same power

    50% higher damping factor over the 600D
    11% higher signal to noise ratio over the 600D

    probably the same price.

    does its power at 4 ohms bridged... so i'm sure you can swing a singel 4 ohm or dual 2 ohm coil polk SR sub.

    it's not like you're lookin for a 1500 - 2500 watt amp, in which case a class D will be about half to 1/3 of the price... possibly be a bit smaller... and the heat loss due to inefficiency would put a big weight on your power ssytem as well as just plain build up heat.... with only 600w i feel you can go class AB from the same manufacturer, get the same power with better characteristics, and be happier.
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    Well, that damping factor difference will be inaudible as will the signal to noise difference. Plus, Crossfire's Class D amps are not only insanely powerful but effecient as well. CA&E tested one recently and it made 767x1 at 1 ohm, .1% THD at 79% (!) effeciency!

    Now dont get me wrong, Im a big fan of their stereo amps as well as I have their VR302 running my beloved MM2104 right now but their Class D amps are made to pound their guts out and never so much as whimper.

    Also a nice little bonus is the 600D is about half the size of the 602.
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