Randeez its not going to make a huge difference. Specs are given by the manufacturer but how they come to their results can be misleading. Its always like this in the electronics world. Specs are a good judgement of a product but arent always the ONLY factor.
Think of HDTVs with contrast ratios, refresh rates etc. Headphones with super high efficiency at 108db then you plug in your source and the volume is so low. A Polk speaker that costs $60 has a 93db sensitivity and a $200 speaker has a 88db rating...which is better? Sometimes its the other way around.
Theres just a lot that goes into specs. Theres also a distortion factor too. If your feeding those Pioneers with their recommended 60 watts, id bet they will be plenty loud for you. Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
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