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Has anybody used a set of the ground zero GZCM 6.5 pro's? If so how much power are you pushing them with? Are you happy with them?
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Haven't owned a set, but have installed a set with 100w/ch and they were pretty impressive paired with the pro 1" tweeters.
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100? Wow rms is 200 each. Since programmed is 400 I'm curious if anybody has put maybe 300 to them?
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Why those when Stevens makes one for so cheap with any and all information provided here by Stevens? The testing and fr graphs show they are serious
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100? Wow rms is 200 each. Since programmed is 400 I'm curious if anybody has put maybe 300 to them?
In reality even if off a 300w rms amp they won’t see any more than 40-60wrms most of the time on music, and even then only if run at full chat! I’d be more worried about efficiency and how they sound instead of what power I could throw at them
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100? Wow rms is 200 each. Since programmed is 400 I'm curious if anybody has put maybe 300 to them?
In reality even if off a 300w rms amp they won’t see any more than 40-60wrms most of the time on music, and even then only if run at full chat! I’d be more worried about efficiency and how they sound instead of what power I could throw at them

You are correct if using such a small amp. But I am using a 1200.4. These speakers are very efficient and are able to take alot of power and still sound good. Undistorted power is key with any speaker.

I don't know anything about STEVEN'S speakers. Are they designed for SQ?
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