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    Default what about the new mobile monitor?

    does anyone have heard the new mobile monitor?

    my roomate wants to buy a component system for his civic so i obvioulsly recomend him polk audio, and i show him the new mobile monitor.

    the problem is that the MM are 6 3/4, so maybe a MOMO should be better since are 6 1/2, but is it a big difference in SQ?

    also what do you think of this amps for the component system?

    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=6250

    or

    http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?...roduct_ID=5720

    the alpine can be bridged in to a 150 x 2 at 4 ohms and have a nice crossover
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    They are a fantastic set of speakers. What year is his Civic?
    -Cody
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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted512 View Post
    They are a fantastic set of speakers. What year is his Civic?
    -Cody
    2003 coupe

    just like this one

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    Polk Audio SR 124 DVC
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    either speaker, your more than likely going to have cut metal
    -Cody
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    MOMO & MM have ~ same cut out/ mounting hole 5" for the 6 1/2-6 3/4
    They have added "line drawings" to most of the 12 volt product info on the site...
    Mike Bobelak
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    I was just looking at the specs on the mobile monitor subwoofers. It states that they have 1 inch of xmax or 25 mm of xmax. If thats correct these baby's should get loud as hell. The sr series subs have 0.64 xmax or 16.25 mm of xmax.

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    Ugh.

    xmax is not the only deciding factor on output levels.
    You're just jealous 'cause the voices don't talk to you!

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    with the 5" diameter u only have to cut plastic on the civic if i recall and the metal door panel itself is fine but i could be wrong

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    thanks, im still waiting for those babys to come here.
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    /////Alpine PDX-4.100
    /////Alpine PDX-1.1000
    Polk Audio SR 6500
    Polk Audio SR 124 DVC
    KnuKonceptz Kristal Kable

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    The large diameter coil contributes to the high bass output and high power handling of the driver (700 Watts Continuous, 1400 Watts
    Peak). In order to allow long linear movement of the cone, the winding width of the coil is 40mm and double ceramic magnets 1-3/8
    inches (36mm) thick are used. The SR 10" and the SR 12" woofers boast a mechanical excursion limit of over 65mm (around 2-1/2") and
    an Xmax of 16.25mm, over 1mm longer than one of our closest competitors and over 2.3mm longer than another similarly priced competitor.
    Xmax is a measure of the one-way limit of linear travel of a cone. A woofer with an Xmax rating of 13mm means that the cone
    can travel a total of 26mm from furthest back position to furthest forward without undue distortion. It is a crude indicator of the undistorted
    excursion limits of a driver. Why is that important? How loudly a driver plays is a function of the diameter of the moving element
    (cone) and the excursion (how far the cone travels back and forth). A smaller diameter cone can play as loud as a larger diameter
    cone if it can move a longer distance. Stated another way, a 10-inch woofer with a 16mm one-way linear excursion would have a peak
    output of 112dB while a 12 inch woofer with a 10mm one-way linear excursion would output 111dB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cam5860 View Post
    the large diameter coil contributes to the high bass output and high power handling of the driver (700 watts continuous, 1400 watts
    peak). In order to allow long linear movement of the cone, the winding width of the coil is 40mm and double ceramic magnets 1-3/8
    inches (36mm) thick are used. The sr 10" and the sr 12" woofers boast a mechanical excursion limit of over 65mm (around 2-1/2") and
    an xmax of 16.25mm, over 1mm longer than one of our closest competitors and over 2.3mm longer than another similarly priced competitor.
    Xmax is a measure of the one-way limit of linear travel of a cone. A woofer with an xmax rating of 13mm means that the cone
    can travel a total of 26mm from furthest back position to furthest forward without undue distortion. It is a crude indicator of the undistorted
    excursion limits of a driver. Why is that important? How loudly a driver plays is a function of the diameter of the moving element
    (cone) and the excursion (how far the cone travels back and forth). A smaller diameter cone can play as loud as a larger diameter
    cone if it can move a longer distance. Stated another way, a 10-inch woofer with a 16mm one-way linear excursion would have a peak
    output of 112db while a 12 inch woofer with a 10mm one-way linear excursion would output 111db.

    brain overload!!!...on another note...I want the Mobile Monitor 6x9's. Anyone willing to trade them for a brand new pair of Momo 6500 components?
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