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|28th September 2010, 23:30||#16|
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The Auditor has a much smoother treble response compared to both kenwood 8405 and JBL S644 which fall into the same price bracket.
As far as the polk being 100 rms is not really accurate, its just a spec, last week we took out a polk db6501 and immediately played a MB quart formula series 40 RMS component speaker and it blew polk out in power handling and clarity, car owner shocked, RMS in most entry level products is just eye wash, what really matters is how a product is built.
|29th September 2010, 09:46||#17|
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I didnt want to be in a situation where I picked something else up and was not happy with the signature sound from it. So no regrets on that front
Satya would you be able to compare the auditor to the focal solid 4 in anyway just cause the auditor is a trademark of focal? I have heard the focal run on polks and pioneer hu and it sounds fantastic. Would the auditor compare with the same setup to some extent?
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