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Pioneer TS-W256C VS Rockford Fosgate P112S4

Old 06-02-2006, 11:26 AM
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Pioneer TS-W256C VS Rockford Fosgate P112S4

Pioneer TS-W256C

Composite IMPP Cone Using Interlaced Aramid Fiber
3-Layer Fiber Woven Radial Surround
4-Layer, Long Voice Coil
12-Slit Aluminum Voice Coil Bobbin
Dual Mass High-Power Magnet
Conex Damper with Damper Ring
Extended and Vented Pole Yoke
Molded Gasket
Magnet Cover
Specifications:
800 Watts Max Music Power
350 Watts Nominal Power Handling
Frequency Response: 18-600Hz
Sensitivity: 87dB (1W/1m)
Accessory Grille (UDG256) Available Separately
Recommended Enclosure: 0.65 - 1.25 Cubic Feet
4 ohm Rated

Rockford Fosgate P112S4

Molded polypropylene woofer cone
Top-mount: depth 5-3/8"
Sealed box volume: 1.25 cubic feet
Peak power handling: 300 watts
Nominal Power Handling: 150 watts
Sensitivity: 86 dB
4-ohm impedance
Basket Material: Stamped Steel
Binding Posts: Spring Loaded Compression
Frequency Response: 32Hz
Magnet Weight: 1.1 kg
Mounting Depth: 5.6"
Ported Box Volume: 1.25 Cu. Ft.
Power Handling Max: 300 Watts
Power Handling Nominal: 150 Watts
Product Warranty 1 Year Limited
Recommended For Band Pass
Recommended For Ported
Recommended For Sealed
Sealed Box Volume: 0.85 Cu. Ft.
Sensitivity: 87.5dB
Surround Material: Foam
Voice Coil Size: 1.5"


Which one is better?
I have a MTX TA3202, it seems not strong enough for my Pioneer ts-w256c 10" sub...and also it always overheat ( shut down itself ). Does TA3202 really not strong enough for it or anyway to solve the overheat problem? Should I buy another amp? 6500d is one of my choices. thanks
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Old 06-02-2006, 12:17 PM
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personally, having heard the two in real world situations, I'd take the Pioneer. It sounds good, real fat bass, handles more power, and I like the new styling. Now if it was an RF p3, I'd go that route. To me the P1's and P2's are o.k., but the P3 is very good. Anyway, my opinion, you should go and listen to them in a proper set up, if you can.
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Old 06-02-2006, 01:21 PM
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I have 2 of those Pioneer's in a slot ported box in the Grand Prix, powered by a Alpine MRP 650 (600W RMS 2ohm) They POUND.

I got them both for $150 with taxes at Best Buy, I figured for the price it was worth a shot.
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Old 06-02-2006, 10:04 PM
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My MTX TA3202 (200W RMS 4ohm) seems not enough for this sup, it always overheat....help pls, should I change another amp?
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