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Alpine R type Midrage Questions

Old 08-08-2007, 07:21 PM
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Alpine R type Midrage Questions

I have just bought a New Car (* Retiring my 91 Carvan, for a 01 Lincoln Ls *) But that thing is my R type 6X9s would not fit into my lincoln and Replaced them with the 2007 R type 5X7's, Now im itching to do some costom Fiberglass Passanger Door panels using Both my 6x9's AND 5X7's. But i don't have my 5x7 box/manual and my 6X9's are Rsm100w//P:300w. So i hitt up the Apline website and it said both 6x9 and 5x7 where Rms100//P:200. Now this is the reason im confused. Because if they are the same Watts i was mirley going to splice the +/- from the 5x7 to the 6X9 buttcontecting & shrink wrapping.

If anyone owns a Pair of Alpine 2007 type r 5x7's can you PLEASE Tell me the RMS and the PEAK of them

Thank you Very much

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Old 08-08-2007, 10:06 PM
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Old 08-08-2007, 10:27 PM
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manual says 100 rms/300 peak...as does the 2007 Alpine catalog which I have in front of me. Hope that helps.
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