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Fact! All the AP cars I had the privilege to hear were stellar.


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It's been a while since this thread has been updated.

There are a few new drivers that finally made it here to the States.

First is the AP 6.25PP. This is new and improved version of the old AR166 Ebony drivers. They have a natural tone, plays well many other speakers, and efficient. Many people have been happy pairing this with low fs tweeters or wideband speakers.

[IMG]AP 6.25 PP by tam.rmc, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]AP 625 PP White by tam.rmc, on Flickr[/IMG]

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The other new drivers are the Brahma 2.6 component set. They are in limited supply. The set consist of the Ti2 wideband and Brahma 6W woofers.

[IMG]Brahma 2.6 by tam.rmc, on Flickr[/IMG]


The Ti2 has a titanium cone and is very detailed and smooth.

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The Brahma 6 W is a magnesium / alloy cone mixture. They are very good in the mid bass region.

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Hi, i'm one of AP user from Indonesia. I have heard some of AP's products and it's amazing and I was very very impressed, especially the Brahma and the RAM series. Now i'm using AP Vektor for the midbass but it was paired with a tweeter and passive from my old Alpine SPG17cs. I was planning to change my tweeter to a fullrange driver and play the active system. I still confused with these options :

AP Ram 2
AP Nz3a
Reverb Acoustic F2be

Here's my setup now :

Head Unit : Kenwood DDX4031
Midbass : Audible Physics Vektor
Tweeter : Alpine SPG17cs with it's passive
4ch : Rockford Fosgate 301x
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Hi, i'm one of AP user from Indonesia. I have heard some of AP's products and it's amazing and I was very very impressed, especially the Brahma and the RAM series. Now i'm using AP Vektor for the midbass but it was paired with a tweeter and passive from my old Alpine SPG17cs. I was planning to change my tweeter to a fullrange driver and play the active system. I still confused with these options :

AP Ram 2
AP Nz3a
Reverb Acoustic F2be

Here's my setup now :

Head Unit : Kenwood DDX4031
Midbass : Audible Physics Vektor
Tweeter : Alpine SPG17cs with it's passive
4ch : Rockford Fosgate 301x
They are all good options.
Do you have a DSP / Processor available?
Can you fit a 2" driver or 3.5"

For 2" (outer diamter 2.9")
AP has the RAM 2 A (alloy cone)

For 3.5" (outer diamter 3.6")
AP has the RAM 3 A (alloy cone) and NZ3 AlBe (alloy/beryllium cone)

Reverb is not AP. Just made by AP for Reverb.
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So long as this thread is being brought back up... Anyone care to comment on the differences between the Ram 1A sold by SLA Acoustics (in the US) and the 120-AL designed for and sold by MCM Electronics?

I see the Ram 1 A is 4 Ohm rather than 8 and has a slightly lower Fs. Anything other substantial differences? Does anyone have FR or distortion graphs (including off axis) for the Ram 1A? (Rishi? )

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They are all good options.
Do you have a DSP / Processor available?
Can you fit a 2" driver or 3.5"

For 2" (outer diamter 2.9")
AP has the RAM 2 A (alloy cone)

For 3.5" (outer diamter 3.6")
AP has the RAM 3 A (alloy cone) and NZ3 AlBe (alloy/beryllium cone)

Reverb is not AP. Just made by AP for Reverb.
I don't have DSP/Processor, but I will change my HU into Pioneer AVH X5850BT after installed the fullrange whic is have built in processor.

How about the sound characteristic?
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I don't have DSP/Processor, but I will change my HU into Pioneer AVH X5850BT after installed the fullrange whic is have built in processor.

How about the sound characteristic?
I have not heard the Reverb but I know a few people who changed to the RAMs and were happy with the switch.

The RAM 2 A and RAM 3 A both have a lively presentation. It's dynamic and smooth.

The NZ3 ALBe, I have only heard once in a car. Very beautiful sounding. Very smooth and very detailed.
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I have not heard the Reverb but I know a few people who changed to the RAMs and were happy with the switch.

The RAM 2 A and RAM 3 A both have a lively presentation. It's dynamic and smooth.

The NZ3 ALBe, I have only heard once in a car. Very beautiful sounding. Very smooth and very detailed.
unding. Very smooth and very detailed.[/QUOTE]

Thanks for the answer! Maybe I'll go for NZ3ALBe
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unding. Very smooth and very detailed.


Thanks for the answer! Maybe I'll go for NZ3ALBe[/QUOTE]



I have listened to the NZ3AlBe's in a Car several times with Sinfoni Class A amps, and I have listened to my pair in enclosures on my home system - and I completely agree - wonderful resolution, very good range from lower midrange to upper highs!

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Thanks for the answer! Maybe I'll go for NZ3ALBe


I have listened to the NZ3AlBe's in a Car several times with Sinfoni Class A amps, and I have listened to my pair in enclosures on my home system - and I completely agree - wonderful resolution, very good range from lower midrange to upper highs![/QUOTE]

By the way, I wanna asking a question again.
Is it true the different material of each driver component can make the sound not match?
Exampel if the midbass made from PP, so the tweeter should be made from PP too.

In this case my AP Vektor made from PP with alumunium conus, and the NZ3ALBe made from Alumunium and Berrylium.


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By the way, how's the look of AP RAM 3P? I never seen it before and I can't find any specs or images in Google of AP RAM 3P

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Can someone PM me realistic pricing on some drivers? I have a Colorado and it has some 3.5"-max openings in the dash. They aren't 100% on-axis so I was going to augment with some SPX tweeters in the pillars, so I really need more of a midrange instead of a full-range.

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Can someone PM me realistic pricing on some drivers? I have a Colorado and it has some 3.5"-max openings in the dash. They aren't 100% on-axis so I was going to augment with some SPX tweeters in the pillars, so I really need more of a midrange instead of a full-range.
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Much appreciated, Papasin helped me out and it looks like I'm part of the family. Been looking at the woofers as well, perhaps an upgrade in the future too.

edit: researching this mega thread here for crossover points and such. These drivers are more than I had in mind for my little new truck so now I'm thinking of new possibilities.

Rishi if you make a 6x9 woofer, I think you'd have a hot ticket for those that can't reconstruct their doors for an 8" driver. Only the ID (rare now), and the upcoming Audiofrog 6x9 currently could be considered "high-end".

Just thinking out loud...

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Much appreciated, Papasin helped me out and it looks like I'm part of the family. Been looking at the woofers as well, perhaps an upgrade in the future too.

edit: researching this mega thread here for crossover points and such. These drivers are more than I had in mind for my little new truck so now I'm thinking of new possibilities.

Rishi if you make a 6x9 woofer, I think you'd have a hot ticket for those that can't reconstruct their doors for an 8" driver. Only the ID (rare now), and the upcoming Audiofrog 6x9 currently could be considered "high-end".

Just thinking out loud...
Quality 6x9 options is certainly someplace where the industry is lacking. Then again, even with more Car manufacturers using 6x9s up front, it still seems to be quite a limited market. On Core has their new C69 coming as well, but the listed MSRP is pretty steep.


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Hybrid also makes the Unity 6x9 and I would say it is high-end.

It's astounding to me how many people believe 6x9's are no good because they are oval.


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It's astounding to me how many people believe 6x9's are no good because they are oval.


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You are 100% correct, I left out Hybrid and I need to stop doing that.

Yes, 6x9's (properly implemented) are awesome. KEF proved to me how wrong I was about ovals, about a decade ago, on this topic.

As far as market, its growing big-time. Nearly every Chevy (including my new Colorado), every new Toyota, Dodge/Jeep, Nissan, etc...they all use 6x9's.

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After hearing the ID 6x9s in my Dodge I'm a 6x9 lifer.

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CDT makes a bunch of different 6x9 drivers also....

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