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Old 9th October 2006, 21:07   #226
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1. Car :
Maruti 800

2. What is your setup (Head units, Speakers, Subs, Amps)
HU - Pioneer 3850
Fronts - None
Rears - JBL : GTO937
Sub - None
Amps - None

3. How much did it cost?
Total value : 11.5K (including Speaker Box,antenna,fitting etc)

4.How serious were you about your system?
I was just waiting die hard to get the music out from my machine & finally magaed to make my dreams come true

5. Which kind of music do you listen to ?? prefer deep bass or how is it...
Normally Hindi Mixes, Enigma, Trance & sometimes Oldies & Marathi songs too.

6. Would you recommend it to others???
Yes...definately.

7. Future Plans
Yes...with JBL

First of all i would like to thank SAM KAPASI big time for helping me close this deal & his guys from the dealership.Amazing work done.No speakers (P*****R or S**Y Ex***D) even come closer to these..Hats off JBL.

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Old 19th October 2006, 15:37   #227
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1. Car

1998 OHC

2. What is your existing setup (HEADUNITS, SPEAKERS, AMPS, DSP,SW etc.)

> Headunit : Pioneer DEHP-9650MP w/Bill (Premier Edition with 6.5V Pre-out, bought from Dubai)
> Pioneer TS-G1311R 13-cm (5") metallic silver IMPP composite cone speaker w/Bill (Front doors)

> Front stage : Pioneer TS-S20 20mm High-Power Component Dome Tweeter
> Rear Fill : Pioneer TS-2150 20CM Cross-Axial 3-Waw Speakers
> Pioneer CDX-P1280 12 CD Changer B/W
> Pioneer CD-RB20 (Auxiliary Input Adapter) B/W
> Subwoofers : Pioneer 12" TS-W306DVC x 2
> Amplifiers : Audiobahn A8002T Amplifier (powering the Subwoofers) w/Bill
> Boschmann Z-8028X (Rear + Tweeters) w/Bill
> Wiring : 4 Gauge Boss kit
> Capacitor : Power Acoustik 3-Farad with Neon w/Bill
> Pioneer CD-RB20 (Auxiliary Input Adapter) w/Bill
> Creative 6-GB Jukebox w/Bill

3. How much did it cost ?

Almost 60K without the Jukebox (Rs. 12,450)

4.How serious were your about your system?

Very serious, its the music that makes my car run not the fuel. I wanted to have a very effective setup for great SQ.

5. Which kind of music do you listen to ?? prefer deep bass or how is it...

I listen to music with a LOT of deep bass and bass notes that rattle my spine. Totally into Drum and Bass, Hip Hop and Progressive House but I do listen to everything else as well.

6. Would you recommend it to others???

Definately would but not the Boschmann amp, I need a new 4 channel amplifier myself so that I can use my HU to its full potential with the 3-way networking.

7. Place where the setup was done

Three different locations.

A. Symphonie
B. Car Kunj
C. On my own
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Old 21st October 2006, 06:02   #228
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1. car

Alto LXi

what is your existing setup (HEADUNITS, SPEAKERS, AMPS, DSP,SW etc.)

Pio 5750HU (grey maal)
JBL 936 (with bill and warranty)
JBL 426 (with bill and warranty)
Pio 6100F amp (grey maal)
Boss power wiring
Speaker wire from MX electronics
Particle board parcel tray

3. How much did it cost ?

Total cost Rs 24K. Saved on the installation since I fitted the system myself.


4.How serious were your about your system?

Dead serious. But budget constraints and too many needed modifications to the door did not let me go for front components.

5. which kind of music do you listen to ?? prefer deep bass or how is it...

Rock, jazz and blues, dance stuff at times (good while driving). I feel the need for a sub sometimes.

6. would you recommend it to others???

A fairly good system. Amp is great.
Hi Vivek, what was the price for the JBL GTO936?
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Old 22nd October 2006, 21:09   #229
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1. Car

1998 OHC

2. What is your existing setup (HEADUNITS, SPEAKERS, AMPS, DSP,SW etc.)

> Headunit : Pioneer DEHP-9650MP w/Bill (Premier Edition with 6.5V Pre-out, bought from Dubai)
> Pioneer TS-G1311R 13-cm (5") metallic silver IMPP composite cone speaker w/Bill (Front doors)

> Front stage : Pioneer TS-S20 20mm High-Power Component Dome Tweeter
> Rear Fill : Pioneer TS-2150 20CM Cross-Axial 3-Waw Speakers
> Pioneer CDX-P1280 12 CD Changer B/W
> Pioneer CD-RB20 (Auxiliary Input Adapter) B/W
> Subwoofers : Pioneer 12" TS-W306DVC x 2
> Amplifiers : Audiobahn A8002T Amplifier (powering the Subwoofers) w/Bill
> Boschmann Z-8028X (Rear + Tweeters) w/Bill
> Wiring : 4 Gauge Boss kit
> Capacitor : Power Acoustik 3-Farad with Neon w/Bill
> Pioneer CD-RB20 (Auxiliary Input Adapter) w/Bill
> Creative 6-GB Jukebox w/Bill
and to think that you did all this without even consulting us (T-BHPians) ??? man, thats bad. lol

cheers, good setup mate, except for the TSS20.
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Old 30th October 2006, 01:35   #230
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and to think that you did all this without even consulting us (T-BHPians) ??? man, thats bad. lol

cheers, good setup mate, except for the TSS20.
I didn't even know about T-BHP when I got all this done but now I know I can do with a lot of sound advice from you guys. Thanks

What do you suggest as a replacement for the TS-S20? No tweeters?
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Old 2nd November 2006, 21:26   #231
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1. Car

2005 Alto LXi

2. What is your existing setup (HEADUNITS, SPEAKERS, AMPS, DSP,SW etc.)

> Headunit : Pioneer DEHP-5750MP
> Pioneer TS-G1011R 10-cm (4") dual cone speakers front dash
> Front stage : Kenwood KFC-ST30 Tweeter
> Rear Fill : Pioneer D690R 6X9 coaxial 2-Way Speakers(yellow cone)
> Amplifier : Sony XM-502 2channel amp
> Wiring : No idea left it to Anwar my installer

3. How much did it cost ?

Almost 18K

4.How serious were your about your system?

Was serious about it but always within a tight budget and didn't want to do too many modifications to the car. this was a pre t-bhp setup so dint have much idea then.

5. Which kind of music do you listen to ?? prefer deep bass or how is it...

Trance, Hip-hop, R&B, rock.

6. Would you recommend it to others???

Not really recommend it although I'm happy with the setup would go for JBL had i known before.

7. Place where the setup was done

Anwar Autofusion

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Old 11th November 2006, 19:26   #232
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Updated again
1. Car

2004 Palio 1.9 D

2. what is your existing setup (HEADUNITS, SPEAKERS, AMPS, DSP,SW etc.)

-- Sony MP-50
-- JBL GTO 607C Components in the front
-- JBL GTO 937 6x9 speakers in the rear (replaced Sony 6x9 ovals)
-- JBL CS60.4 4 channel amp (replaced Sony Xplod 222 AMP)
-- JBL wiring supported by a string of Boss

3. How much did it cost ?

Got here in stages over a span of 3 years. Current cost would be more than 20K.

4.How serious were you about your system?

Was serious but did not have right leads when installed initially.

Now, I am still serious and has great leads on tbhp and that shows in my car.

5. which kind of music do you listen to ??

Mostly Jazz & country music but listen to others too and also my podcasts

6. would you recommend it to others???

Previous Setup: Yes to anyone who is tight on budget.
Current Setup: Yes, for somebody who is on a medium budget

7. Place where the setup was done

I am not aware of any good installer in Hyderabad.
Initial Setup: Indian De'cars, Hyderabad
JBLs at: Cartronics, Hyderabad

Ruled out woofer for the time being. May upgrade the head unit sometime in the next one year.

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1. Car

2004 Palio 1.9 D

2. what is your existing setup (HEADUNITS, SPEAKERS, AMPS, DSP,SW etc.)

-- Sony MP-50
-- JBL GTO 607C Components in the front (replaced Pioneer 5" coaxials)
-- Sony 6x9 ovals in the rear
-- Sony Xplod 222 AMP (Bought used)

3. How much did it cost ?

Approxmiately 23000. All grey stuff except for the JBL compos.

4.How serious were your about your system?

Was serious but did not have right leads when installed initially.

Now, I am still serious and has great leads on tbhp.

5. which kind of music do you listen to ??

Mostly Jazz & country music but listen to others too and also my podcasts

6. would you recommend it to others???

Previous Setup: Yes to anyone who is tight on budget.
Current Setup: No. Currently in upgrade phase. So has a mix of goods and bads.

7. Place where the setup was done

I am not aware of any good installer in Hyderabad.
Initial Setup: Indian De'cars, Hyderabad
Compos at: Cartronics, Hyderabad

Planning to add a 4 channel amp and a woofer soon. Later change HU with one that has Aux in port.
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Old 12th November 2006, 06:43   #233
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1.car
palio 1.2 elx
2.what is existing setup?
....huioneer DEH-P6850MP
....rear speaker:jbl gto937
....rear speaker:jbl gto507c component
...woofer:jbl cs1204T tube bass
....amp:jbl cs60.2
.....tweeter:jbl gto 17t

3.how much did it cost?
approx 35k
4.how serious were you about it?
so much that right after delivering the car i wnet to instal the ice
5.which kind of music do you listen to?
trance,hip hop,persian,rock
6.whould you recommend it to others?
ofcourse but with the front speaker and one more woofer which i plan to do
7.where the set up was done?
diffrent places in pune
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Old 12th November 2006, 11:12   #234
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....huioneer DEH-P6850MP
....rear speaker:jbl gto937
....rear speaker:jbl gto507c component
...woofer:jbl cs1204T tube bass
....amp:jbl cs60.2
.....tweeter:jbl gto 17t
congratulations Payam,u got a very good system but if u drive the car ur self put those JBL GTO507 compinents in front door instaed of just tweeters.That will give u even better sound.
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Payam,
Nice install you've got.

Put the compos in the front door and remove the tweeters.

And as an upgrade, consider getting a 4channel amp and power the speakers from it.

Spend some time reading inside ICE section here and you'll get to know how to squeeze out the best sound from your setup.
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Payam,
Nice install you've got.

Put the compos in the front door and remove the tweeters.

And as an upgrade, consider getting a 4channel amp and power the speakers from it.

Spend some time reading inside ICE section here and you'll get to know how to squeeze out the best sound from your setup.

hi speed
thanks for advise
i am planing to get jbl gto607 component for frone and keep rear as it is now and yes
ofcours one 4channel amp for drivin front and rear or tweeter.i am
spendin almost 10-12 hour in a day to reading all the posts
cheers friends
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Payam if you fit another set of components in the front your soundstage will be at the rear.
This is not the best way to do it. Ideally your soundstage should be at the front so it feels like the sound is coming from the front.
Your best option is to have the rear compos shifted to the front and future upgrade to a 4 channel amp and sub.
It will sound much better if you remove the compos.
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Payam if you fit another set of components in the front your soundstage will be at the rear.
This is not the best way to do it. Ideally your soundstage should be at the front so it feels like the sound is coming from the front.
Your best option is to have the rear compos shifted to the front and future upgrade to a 4 channel amp and sub.
It will sound much better if you remove the compos.
hi dude
so you are telling me that with 4 speaker on rear i wont get quality?but tell me something i am plalning to get one more woofer dont u think the base will be too much with 2woofer and only 4speaker?
help me plz
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Not quality but your sound will be concentrated at the rear. generally the aim is to have the sound coming from the front.
Your planning to get another bass tube?
Instead of that try to get a 4 channel amp CS60.4. connect the rear GTO937 to 2 channels of that, move the GTO507 compos to the front and connect the other 2 channels to these compos.
Now your left with the 2 channel amp which you can connect to the bass tube.
Try this setup you'll get a good SQL setup rather than a SPL. it will sound much nicer.
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Not quality but your sound will be concentrated at the rear. generally the aim is to have the sound coming from the front.
Your planning to get another bass tube?
Instead of that try to get a 4 channel amp CS60.4. connect the rear GTO937 to 2 channels of that, move the GTO507 compos to the front and connect the other 2 channels to these compos.
Now your left with the 2 channel amp which you can connect to the bass tube.
Try this setup you'll get a good SQL setup rather than a SPL. it will sound much nicer.
thanks man
i will do that for sure
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