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Old 4th February 2008, 13:22   #481
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^ lol! That seems like a past life!!
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Old 8th February 2008, 22:18   #482
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1. Car

Indica DLS

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

Head unit : Pioneer 6950IB
Front Doors: Illusion EL62 coax
Rear : Ground Zero 6x9s

No Amp/Sub yet

I bought all the equipment from FM Drive, Mumbai
The front speakers were installed by me and the HU and rear speakers by an installer in my city (not recommended).

3. How much did it cost ?

15k including everything


4.How serious were your about your system?

Before i joined T-BHP, i thought ICE was a waste of money. Now im dead serious

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

Everything. Sometimes at full volume but mostly at mid-volumes.

6. would you recommend it to others???

Yes but it'd be much better with an amp.
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Old 8th February 2008, 22:44   #483
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How much did the Illusion coax 62 cost u?
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Old 8th February 2008, 23:25   #484
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The Illusion EL62s were 4k
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Old 11th February 2008, 17:38   #485
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@FB, congrats on the upgrade!
Thanks Hydra, sorry for not replying earlier...

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So I guess you managed to find a new home for your X-Types huh?
Afraid the X-Types are still with me, any takers

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How do the Milles sound with the Genesis Amp? Review, please!
A very synergistic match IMHO...
1.The Genny has tight midbass, airy & detailed treble but slightly lean & laid-back midrange
2. This is nicely counterbalanced by the overall warm/mellow, gutsy and full-bodied sound of the Milles across the audio frequency spectrum
3. The result is very musical and emotionally appealing for all genres/instruments, especially well-recorded piano, vocals and percussion
4. The Milles are perhaps not the last word in "audiophile-style" detail & articulation, nevertheless they are reasonably detailed but also forgiving of less-than-stellar recording quality at the same time
5. The Milles also have bursting dynamics - great fun with aggressive drum, piano and saxophone playing. Am only wondering what a bi-amp/active setup would achieve
6. Add to this, substantial midbass output - now the blend between the front stage and the IB subwoofer setup is really seamless

In summary, a setup to really enjoy one's music with, not to analyse it :-)
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Old 11th February 2008, 20:53   #486
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Default MLk 165 review continued

I forgot to add:

7. Midbass & tweeter seem to blend really well in spite of the distance b/w the two, image height has also increased noticeably

8. Nitpicks -
a. Sounds relatively better when played louder
b. Slight glare in the upper frequencies that is noticeable for some recordings, wonder if turning off the HFC and using a supertweeter instead to extend the top end would address this...
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Old 12th February 2008, 00:02   #487
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A very synergistic match IMHO...
1.The Genny has...
... with, not to analyse it :-)
That was a really nice review. You've got me salivating. I think I should stop asking for reviews

Seriously though, looks like you've got what you've always wanted. Congrats again, and enjoy!

I'd missed the updates in your thread. (All hell is breaking loose in my life -- Not much TBHP time nowadays.) Here's hoping we all see a Genesis Mono in there soon (Go active and attain nirvana!)

Why don't you put them X-types up in the new Classifieds Section?
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Seriously though, looks like you've got what you've always wanted. Congrats again, and enjoy!
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Here's hoping we all see a Genesis Mono in there soon (Go active and attain nirvana!)
I wish
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Old 28th February 2008, 21:35   #489
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1) car ?
swift ldi

2) what is your existing set up ?
head unit alpine iva-D310E
6.5" 2-way comp ROCKFORD FOSGATE p162s 2Pairs for front & rear doors
12" punch stage 1, 150 watts RMS subwoofer
amplifier 6 channal fron JL audio a6450
wire complete efx
1 remote bass control of JL RBC 1


3) HOW MUCH DID COST ??
around 1.35k

4) HOW SERIOUS WERE YOUR ABOUT YOUR SYSTEM ??
dam serious and i said anwer it have to be very clean sound & he tuned according to my listings

5) WHICH KIND OF MUSIC DO YOU LISTEN TO ??
most of time i listen sufi gahzals old english more of hindi film songs


6) WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT TO OTHERS ??
yes i do
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Old 29th February 2008, 01:21   #490
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hi has anybody fit nakamichi speakers....auditioned them yesteray and liked them but they are way to expensive...so need some input here....
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There is a thread about it. There are better option at that prices...Try searching.
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1) car ?
swift ldi
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3) HOW MUCH DID COST ??
around 1.35k
What Thoqueer-anna, kya ji bolte thumhe, itta maal bas Rs. 1350 mein kee?

Individual prices will be a great help for everyone, boss!
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Old 19th March 2008, 23:18   #493
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1. ICE Setup

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Pioneer 4050UB
-- Hertz 165 Components in the front
-- Rear 6*9 JBL 0937 on an MDF plank.

2. How much did it cost ?

-- HU: 5800
-- Components: 5600
-- Rear 6*9s: 2000 (one month old. picked from a friend)
-- MDF Plank 600

3.How serious were your about your system?

-- Tough question. I would say pretty serious as I wanted the best possible combination in my tight budget.


4. Music Preference:
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Soft rock, instrumentals and hindi classics

5. Would you recommend it to others ?

Definitely. I found it to be the best combo in the 12 - 15k budget.

6. Upgrade ?

Just a pioneer steering remote .


Got the install done at DRIVEN, East of Kailash, New Delhi.
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Old 19th March 2008, 23:54   #494
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What Thoqueer-anna, kya ji bolte thumhe, itta maal bas Rs. 1350 mein kee?
arey he said 1.35K. he did not mention the currency. It could be bahrain dinars in which case it would be quite alright a budget.
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Old 20th March 2008, 00:34   #495
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I think Thouqeer meant 1.35 lacs. Though I suspect that would be MRP's and not what he paid. He is a dealer for all the mentioned products and Anwar's business partner (as you can see from his avatar)
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