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Old 22nd August 2006, 00:08   #181
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Thanks for the advice gunbir and Sam. When I make my first million I'll bring my Shelby Cobra to you guys for some sound work.

Too bad I had no clue Boss wiring was crappy. (Note to self: next time insist on the Audison rather than succumb to the shopkeeper's marketing ploys) In any case it gives me something to look forward to next time I take it in for rewiring etc.

Sam might be pleased to know that I have heeded his frequent advice and planned a trip into the ghats with a very pretty lady. Anybody know a nice hill lodge where the owners dont complain if it gets too noisy... I mean the car of course
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Too bad I had no clue Boss wiring was crappy. (Note to self: next time insist on the Audison rather than succumb to the shopkeeper's marketing ploys)
Now there's a good man. I can assure you that Audison make some really great wiring products.
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Sam might be pleased to know that I have heeded his frequent advice and planned a trip into the ghats with a very pretty lady. Anybody know a nice hill lodge where the owners dont complain if it gets too noisy... I mean the car of course
Now there's an excellent man. I tell you these people waste all their time with all this speaker wire stuff. Very pretty ladies are the best way to go.

Now you're talking about the real thing man!! I'm proud of you. I know a couple of great hideaways
PM me your budget and preference of location.
Meanwhile let me try to convince GTO to start a women, wine and sex section with me as administrator.
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Meanwhile let me try to convince GTO to start a women, wine and sex section with me as administrator.
Damn!! Now what wouldn't I give to be a moderator of that section I am sure I can contribute a LOT!!
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Meanwhile let me try to convince GTO to start a women, wine and sex section with me as administrator.
and leave me alone with the ICE lot?
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Old 22nd August 2006, 10:47   #185
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Hmm... OK. then I guess TheEnd being an engineer should have no problems modding his crossovers. All hail our ModGod..... drumroll...... Navinji.
I dont lkke switches. I'd modify it to my taste and hard wire it for good.
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and leave me alone with the ICE lot?
No, no Navin, you can contribute to the wine section...
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thank you for your kind consideration oh guruji. :-)
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No, no Navin, you can contribute to the wine section...
women and sex can join later....
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Why later DOC??? I would join Sam!!
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Why later DOC??? I would join Sam!!
there's a come on if i ever saw one.

BTW we are dangerously OT.
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Navinji, you should teach us some of those tweaks for the crossovers. Sometimes, I feel to change my crossovers to my personal tastes. But I'm very afraid to do so. BTW, anybody uses Hertz HSK130 5.25" components? I would like to know how they sound.
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Navinji, you should teach us some of those tweaks for the crossovers. .
before you go there get LSPCAD or CLio or some such simulation software. it wont do everythig but it will give you a good idea of what each component is doing. LSPCAD has a freeware version called Lite.
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Here's my systems Update , though on the lower side as i didn't wanted to get any subs occupying my bootspace.
Car-Suzuki Swift vxi-abs
Hu-Pioneer 4850
Front- Components JBL 606
Rear- 2-way speaker system again JBL
Sub-woofer-None
Amplifiers-None
SAM's orange JBL air freshner hanging on my rearview mirror.

Future Upgrades- A JBL 60.4 amp

I'm satisfied with the sound , but need to do something about the vibrating doors. I guess i'll need damping ( thanks to all the gyan provided on Team-bhp.com )

How much did it cost ? - 13k (all grey so don't be suprised)

3.How serious were your about your system?- Not that much obssesed but landing up on team-bhp.com sure did help me in understading the basics of ICE to get it right.

4. Which kind of music do you listen to ? Loads of desi, rap and sometimes gazal.

5. Would you recommend it to others? To those who want nice sound with low budget.
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Here's my systems Update , though on the lower side as i didn't wanted to get any subs occupying my bootspace.
Car-Suzuki Swift vxi-abs
Hu-Pioneer 4850
Front- Components JBL 606
Rear- 2-way speaker system again JBL
Sub-woofer-None
Amplifiers-None
SAM's orange JBL air freshner hanging on my rearview mirror.

Future Upgrades- A JBL 60.4 amp

I'm satisfied with the sound , but need to do something about the vibrating doors. I guess i'll need damping ( thanks to all the gyan provided on Team-bhp.com )

How much did it cost ? - 13k (all grey so don't be suprised)

3.How serious were your about your system?- Not that much obssesed but landing up on team-bhp.com sure did help me in understading the basics of ICE to get it right.

4. Which kind of music do you listen to ? Loads of desi, rap and sometimes gazal.

5. Would you recommend it to others? To those who want nice sound with low budget.
Congratulations. And welcome to Team-BHP.
Nice setup there bro!
Get your doors damped and the sound will be more enjoyable.
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Here's my systems Update. Thanks to all the people on this forum i have a splendid system in my car

Car-Optra Elite
Hu-Pioneer 6850 - Rs. 14950
Front- Components JBL 607c - Rs. 5900
Rear- Coax 2 way JBL Power Series PS552 - Rs. 3850
Sub-woofer-JBL 1204B - Rs. 7350
Amplifiers-JBL 75.4 - Rs. 13800
Cables - JBL cable Kit - Rs. 2650
Phoneix Gold RCA cable - Rs. 950

I'm satisfied with the sound , but need to do something about the vibrating boot door when the volume is turned very high.

How much did it cost ? - 50k (all white)

3.How serious were your about your system?- very much.

4. Which kind of music do you listen to ? All types except metal and blues.

5. Would you recommend it to others? Yes.

6. Installer - Shree Laxman Auto Parts, Mulund. Did a good job.
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