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thankz dude, also i read reviews saying that z623 doesn't last for long, is that true?yup, the Z2300 is the predecessor of the Z623.
Why did they replace them? cost cutting
There is a thread here with a detailed comparison.
I upgraded my Z2300 to it's older model, the Z2200 when the cones of my sattelites melted during a party . I ended up buying the sattelites online from someone who had a dead Z680 Which have bigger drivers which can handle more power, and have better mids.
I have a friend who has a Z623. there is no comparison . The Z2300 had the same amp as the Z2200, but with smaller drivers, so they got overloaded, and blew up after running at full volume for a whole night (yeah it was a crazy party )
I suspect that the Z623 might have the same problem, since both the sub and the sattelites have lower power handling than the amp can dish out... or maybe they have reduced the guts?
By both speakers, u mean z623 has short life?my friend's Z623 seems to be still fine. I bought an F&D A520 that died in a month.
Both these speakers seem to run on SMPS type power supplies that fail quicker than the transformer type ones (which are more or less bulletproof)