ive been looking for the best set of speakers for under 200 and i think im going to go with the infinity kappa perfect 6.1's. their 100RMS what would be the best amp to run them? maybe the kicker kx200.2? any suggestions would be helpful
They sound mighty good at 4ohms/100watt rms, as I would probably keep them as close to that, ( Unless you gotta good warrenty.
(This is out of the 2005 product line up sheet.) "neodymium motor structure with integrated heatsink - each infinity multielement and component system nid/woofer utilizes this cutting edge motor technology to provide a massive amount of energy while minimizing mounting depth.The integrated heatsink wicks heat away from the motor structure, thus increasing power handeling while reducing distortion".
The way they do their RMS ratings is run their products for 100 hours straight...thats why their subs and speakers can't handle half of their peak like other brands that do rms ratings for 4-10 hours...so yes, the 6.1 perfects can take a good 200 watts...I wouldn't go any higher than that though. Look into a Phoenix Gold x200.2 or a x100.4 and bridge it. Great flexibility and good fit.