I'm looking at a pair of SDA-SRS2's and of course they are not hot rodded but do have RDO-194's and upgraded crossovers (not sure what brand caps).
I can do few other small upgrades like dynamat, epoxy etc... myself later on.
Would like to get an opinion on how different (better?) they are compared to 1C's.
I have read hundreds of threads but never heard neither in person.
Specs of 1C:
Specs of SRS2:Years of Production: 1989
Original MSRP: $1,800/pair
Drivers: 2 - 1" tweeter, 4 - 6.5" midrange, 1 - 12" sub-bass radiator
Dimensions: 44"H x 16.563"W x 11.5"D
Weight: 100 pounds each
Frequency Response: 15Hz - 26kHz
Impedence: 6 Ohms
Recommended Power: 50 - 500 watts per channel
From the specs, SRS2's are taller/wider, quite heavier and go 3dB lower with 2dB more efficiency.Years of Production: 1986-88
Original MSRP: $2,200/pair
Drivers: 2 - 1" SL2000 tweeters, 4 - 6.5" midranges, 1 - 15" fluid-coupled subwoofer
Dimensions: 50"H x 20.688"W x 12.344"D
Weight: 135 pounds each
Frequency Response: 12Hz - 26kHz
Impedence: 4 Ohms
Recommended Power: 10-750 watts per channel
I have amps that can deliver 330 wpc at 4 ohms so that'll be way more than ear bleeding level in my 14 x 14 (or 14 x 26) long formal living/dining room.
On the Polk ladder, SRS2's are above 1C's but how better are they?
From what I read, SRS2's will have wider soundstage but sound pretty much the same???
Also, what is a good price? Seller asking $600.
Comments from those who've heard at least one of them would be more meaningful than just 'I suppose they'll be better as they are high up in the model list' replies as I already ass-u-med that.