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Old 7th May 2007, 01:49   #1
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Which one to go for:
JBL 1202D or Poi 306 DVC ?

Requirements:
Clean bass only.. not too much boom..
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and if you have any other suggestions they are welcomed please mention the cost along with suggested item

people we are in a kind of a hurry
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If you not looking for Boom then both are not the choice
The JBL 1000 Watt SVC sub is a much better choice.

Among the two you specified, the JBL Of course should be the choice.
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I'd back the JBL 1202D. Much tighter and cleaner bass, and wayyyy more definition than the Pio.
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abhibh, in a good sealed box the JBL would offer better definition than the Pio but the JBL is also a bit more expensive.
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As opposed to the 1202D I would suggest the GTO1264, this is a 60th anniversary Limited edition product. 4 ohms, SVC. Rs. 5990/-. (if this is your budget)

Comes with protector grilles as well.




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aggressive looking and quite reasonable.
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If your budget is around 8K for the sub, then go for CS1204B. It is quite good.
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