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Old 13th November 2006, 12:31   #241
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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
payam,

I just realised that you have a 507 AND a 937 in the REAR! and only a pair of tweeters in the front!

1. Move the 507 to the front. A 607 will provide a bit more bass but what do you with your 507 then?
2. you dont need the tweeters at all but we'll find use for this later so dont junk them just live without them till you get the basic sound finalised
3. Get a JBL 75.4 and use this amp to drive your sub and front speakers (507). Use the 60.2 to drive the 937.

Once yovve done this we'll figure out what to do with the 17t.
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Old 13th November 2006, 18:49   #242
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payam..get compos for frnt.

and if you got your ice doen frm diffrenrt places then get a good wiring job too. I doubt if you have a neat wiring or even a good wiring kit for your amps
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Old 14th November 2006, 00:25   #243
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thanks guys
u realy helped me.so now i will go for amp (75.4)and replacin the 507 to front as navin said
cheers
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Old 14th November 2006, 00:31   #244
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thanks guys
u realy helped me.so now i will go for amp (75.4)and replacin the 507 to front as navin said
cheers
Thats Good that you are replacing..
All the best and Let us know how you like the sound after upgrading.

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Old 14th November 2006, 03:11   #245
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Old 14th November 2006, 13:46   #246
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I'm confused here Ankit.

The Boschmann amp is a 2 channel right? But you have powered 3 sets of speakers from it!!! How??

You can improve your sound quality and imaging by a good measure if you remove those front stock speakers and TS20s. Replace it with a good pair of Hertz DSK165 or JBL 607 or Soundstream components. Power it using the 2 channel amp. And power the rear speakers using the HU's rear output.
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I'm confused here Ankit.

The Boschmann amp is a 2 channel right? But you have powered 3 sets of speakers from it!!! How??
SZ - The Boschmann 2-channel is powering only the 2150's. The 2 woofers are being powered by the Audiobahn.
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Old 14th November 2006, 14:27   #248
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Hehe, Im sorry for the random posting of the picture, I made this when I was setting up my ICE. The Boschmann is powering the 2150's and the TS20's. The front speakers now are Pioneer TS-G1311R 13-cm (5") metallic silver IMPP composite cone speakers, which unfortunately are not powered by the amp. I realised how important it is to do that and its the first thing I need to change.
Guys how good are these Pio speakers? What's the price range of the Hertz, JBL or any other front components? I have a LOW budget!

My current setup is here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/312951-post228.html

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SZ - The Boschmann 2-channel is powering only the 2150's. The 2 woofers are being powered by the Audiobahn.
Of course man!!!
I'm speaking of the front stock speakers, TS20s and TS215s. They all seems to be connected to the Boschmann!!!
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Old 15th November 2006, 19:20   #250
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1. Car

Honda Accord

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

Head unit : Clarion HX-D2
Front comps: Dls Nobelium 6.2
Rear Speakers : Have'nt decided on it yet(any suggestions??)
Sub Woofer: Cerwin Vega Stroker pro 15"

4 channel Amp: Rockford Fosgate X4.A 75W RMS x 4 @ 4 Ohms
Sub Amp: Jbl BPX 2200.1 2200W RMS x 1 @ 4 Ohms

3.How serious were your about your system?
Quite Serious.

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

I like hip-hop, hard rock,

5. would you recommend it to others???

No
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Old 15th November 2006, 19:35   #251
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Hmm now why wont you recommend it to others?? Not liking it?
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Old 15th November 2006, 19:48   #252
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Hmm now why wont you recommend it to others?? Not liking it?
I didnt like the way the subwoofer sounded at first. I've been playing it for 7-8 hours now and its starting to sound better, I guess I'd have to play it for some more time to make it sound its best. I wouldnt recommend it because its a little expensive.
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i just got the last bit of my setup(bass tube ) installed and it sounds wild !! although it not the best of setups and nothing compared to some out here, it stil sounds good.


1. car

Maruti Zen


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

Head unit : jvc
front speakers : JBL CS 205
Rear speakers : JBL GTO 936
Sub Woofer : JBL CS 1204T
Amplifier : Sony Xplod 552


3. How much did it cost ?

jvc Head unit : Rs 6500
JBL CS 205 : Rs 2250
JBL GTO 936 : Rs 4750
JBL CS 1204T : Rs 6500
Sony 552 : Rs 3100
boxes for speakers : Rs 600
Wires and install : Rs 1800

Total cost of system = Rs 25500


4.How serious were your about your system?

Very serious, i need good music in the car with nice bass and thats what i have.being on a budget this is the best i could get.

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

Lot of trance, also listen to Hip Hop , basically stuff with good bass. rock at times.

6. would you recommend it to others???

Hell yeah on a budget of 20-30k it sounds amazing.although i plan on changing the front coaxials to components soon and also get a 4 chan amp to power the speakers and if poss a better amp for the sub.but as of now even without all this, my current setup ROCKS...!!!

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Old 15th November 2006, 23:04   #254
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yogesh,get DLS nobelium coax for rear.Your set-up seems to be quite expensive but you haven't mentioned total cost[and individual components cost].Why?
Also what wires u have used and did u also use good sound damping material?

@revtech ur set-up is quite decent.you just have to change ur amplifier when u plan to modify it.
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I recently replaced my factory head-unit/in-dash 6 CD changer/speakers for some quality stuff.

1) CAR
Corolla

2) SYSTEM SETUP
Head Unit: Kenwood DPX-MP5070
CD Changer: Kenwood 10 CD/MP3/VCD/WMA Changer
Front Speakers: Morel Pulse 6 1/2" Component (120W RMS)
Rear Speakers: Infinity Reference 9613i - 6x9"(100W RMS)
Subwoofer Box: Blaupunkt Velocity Vb300 - Dual Voice Coil (400W RMS)
Primary Amplifier: Alpine MRV-F545 Four Channel - 125W RMS x 4 Continuous Power
SubWoofeer Amp: Alpine MRD-M301 Mono Block ClassD

3) COST - Total Rs.110000

Head Unit: Rs.14500
CD Changer: Rs.8500
Front Speakers: Rs.13000
Rear Speakers: Rs.10000
Subwoofer: Rs.11500
Primary Amplifier: Rs.22500
Subwoofer Amp: Rs.14500
Subwoofer Amp Capacitor: Rs.7000
Installation Accessories: Rs. 9000 (RCA Cables, Fuse Boxes, Power Cables, Wiring Harnesses and Installation Charges)

4) PLACE OF INSTALLATION
I bought all the above items and got them installed from TMC Electronics, BTM Layout, Bangalore.

5) MUSIC I LIKE
Anything that sounds music to my ears

My Corolla rocks with this setup though I yet to fully configure Alpine Amps, they have in-built LCD screens for fine tuning. I plan to replace my Kenwood head-unit/cd-changer combo with Pioneer DVD system AVH-P6850DVD when it becomes available in India and add two screens in head-rests for rear passengers.

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