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Old    Jeff (sprarider12)      Join Date: Jan 2008       02-04-2008, 3:34 PM Reply   
Have done a search but have found zero reviews on the newer MB Quart Marine speakers.

Would you guys go with their regular RVF 216 version.
TECHNICAL DATA
Power Handling: 70 - 140 W
Frequency Response: 38 - 32.000 Hz
Impedance: 4 Ohms
Crossover Frequency: 4.200 Hz
Sensitivity: 86 dB (1W/1m)
FEATURES
0.75 (19 mm) tweeters with two-piece titanium dome in metal housing
Woofers with two-piece plastic chassis, magnet system cooled and protected by specially designed metal cover. Edge wound 1 (25 mm) voice coils
Separate or coaxial mounting
Reference crossovers with new and unique FleXX Mount system for limitless mounting possibilities. Three-level tweeter output
New: Surface mounting rings, grilles and additional mounting accessories included




OR would you do the new NKD 116 Marine Version.
TECHNICAL DATA
Power Handling: 60 - 130 W
Frequency Response: 38 - 32.000 Hz
Impedance: 4 Ohms
Crossover Frequency: 4.000 Hz
Sensitivity: 87 dB (1W/1m)
FEATURES
Speaker baskets and grilles made of UV-resistant fiber-reinforced ABS plastic

Insert injection-molded magnet systems for optimized protection against humidity and mechanical influences
Nautic woofers and subwoofers with polypropylene cone
0.5, 0.75 or 1 tweeter with titanium dome
Nautic crossovers with special protective sealing lacquer and gold-plated terminals to resist corrosion
Voice-coils protected against direct water spray
Sealed solder joints
Stainless steel V4A mounting screws included



Specks seem to be similar, but the quality of the standard car audio was always a step up. Has that changed? MB says it has, but you know the marine version is more$$ Downside to all this is that the boat is stored outside so that is why the concern to go marine grade with moisture and exposure to other elements.

I have to have coaxial mounting so that limits me on going with the P and Q lines.

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