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    Default db vs. Momo

    It might be posted else where but I din't find it.

    My question is: Is there a big difference between the db's and the Momo's?

    If so what is it?

    I'm currently looking at going with the db's in my magnum but I have seem where the Momo's aren't has bright.

    Thoughts?

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    Huge difference.

    The DB's are Polk's entry level offering. Great little speaker for the money.

    The Momo however is a whole other ballgame. Superb crossover with good controls and is bi-ampable. A much much better tweeter that is very smooth. The midrange is also a big step up. Much better midbass response and extreme detail.

    You get what you pay for. Spend the extra $75-100 and get the Momo's. You wont be sorry.
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    Biampable? That's awesome. Are the SR's bi-ampable?
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    the SR's are god's gift to anal-audiophiles everywhere... if I weren't so damn cheap, and so stuck in my ways, I would have snagged a pair of SR components and one of the 10" subs and been a happy camper. I had a chance to hear them recently --- very *drool* worthy, in my opinion. quite nice stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh_parsons626
    Biampable? That's awesome. Are the SR's bi-ampable?

    Yup.
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