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Some Help Please SIFU's!

Discussion in 'ICE' started by Ede61, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. Ede61

    Ede61 Senior Member
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    I just broke my front component set.. Well, its been 2 years of blasting anyways.. Probably reached its lifespan.. Im looking for a new set and i found myself comparing between these two.. Honestly, i got no idea how to compare them and im hoping sifu's out the can give a helping hand.. There is one which is Pegasus and the other Boston Acoustics.. These are the two models, tell me what you think abt them? One more thing, im more to a SQ than SPL..

    Pegasus
    PG60
    Specifications:
    Model :PG60
    6.5" 2-way PP Cone Component System
    Power Handling : 80Watt RMS (600Watt Max.)
    1" Titanium Dome Tweeter
    Frequency Response : 40-20kHz
    Sensitivity : 90dB(1W/1M)
    Magnet Weight:18 Oz
    Crossover Point : 3.8K Hz at 12dB/Octave, with 0 and -3dB selectable attenuation circuit
    Impedance : 4ohms

    Boston Acoustics
    S60
    Sensitivity: 92 dB
    RMS Power Range : 55 Watts
    Peak Power Handling: 150 Watts
    Frequency response: 58-20000 Hz
    Diameter: 6.5 Inch
    Impedance: 4-Ohms
    6.5" (165mm) copolymer cone woofer
    3/4" Type-S3 soft dome tweeter
    Separable and dockable crossovers
    Flush/Angle- and surface-mount tweeter mounting kit
    Rubber surround
    3/4" Type-S2 Kortec dome tweeter
    External crossover with tweeter output options
     
  2. Izso

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    Both are ok la. What else are you using? Pair it right and both will sound good.
     
  3. mughal90

    mughal90 5 Year | Silver

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    Both are good, depends upon ur amp power. I'll go for Boston Acoustics.
     
  4. Zenn

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    boston...!
     
  5. Ede61

    Ede61 Senior Member
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    I was using cap ayam Epsilon but it was one of the top range component.. Honestly, it was quite good for the price i was paying.. But the tweets were abit sharp..

    At the moment, having the normal SQ setup:-
    -Front component, back taken off.
    -12" subwoofer.
    -2 2-channel amps. (1 for component, 1 bridged for sub)

    Thanks for the helpful advices.. Im gonna go Boston! Will tell u guys how it sounds.. Btw sifu Zenn, i saw that ur selling Boston stuff.. I take it that u trust the brand and probably audit them before. Wats ur opinion on the S60 component and the G2 sub?
     
  6. Zenn

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    ok la for beginners on tight budget....value for money
     

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