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Old 10th May 2006, 17:15   #31
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For those people who dont have good ears.......

http://www.bcae1.com/gaincon2.htm

It well illustratted and easy to understand.
Its good site for those having bad ears but what about those having bad stuff in between those ears.
I mean those who would not understand anything even if they r up against many.
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Its good site for those having bad ears but what about those having bad stuff in between those ears.
I mean those who would not understand anything even if they r up against many.
.... FLAME TIME!... Who you mean uh doc??... lol..

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Old 10th May 2006, 17:53   #33
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.... FLAME TIME!... Who you mean uh doc??... lol..

cool down young kb,dont get too excited.I dint mean anything....really??

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@ Venu ... Rudra is right... I liked it lots all the time - In fact I absolutely love anything that helps one go "faster, harder and deeper"!! ... ROTFLMAO
@KB.....Then why spend so much money on ICE.Instead u can buy a truckload of a small round thing which can make u go harder and deeper [though not sure abt faster] for rest of ur life,even when u r >70..
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found this from teh link Venu posted. The install is very neat and stealth. But what abt breathing space for teh amps?
The heatsinks are exposed. Enough ventillation.
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No Navin, thats with the seats down!

http://www.carstereo.com/installs/ph...=13&maxrows=12

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No Navin, thats with the seats down!

http://www.carstereo.com/installs/ph...=13&maxrows=12
my mistake. maybe the seats allow heat to escape. maybe these amps just dont get hot.
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my mistake. maybe the seats allow heat to escape. maybe these amps just dont get hot.
Hmmmmm... I was thinking of doing something like this too... GUNBIRRrrrrrrrrr... Have you one this before//.. can it be done..??.. if so under what cicumstances??
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If you have more than an inch of clearance off the heat sink its fine. Just make sure there is good room along with that clearance.

Navin, neither the seats take away the heat nor the amps remain cool. I think you are joking

KB100, you can do it there is no problem. Only problem is that you cannot show your equiment as it will be behind the seat
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Navin, neither the seats take away the heat nor the amps remain cool. I think you are joking
U guessed it. I do have a twisted sense of humour. Guru Sam calls it "wicked".
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Your wickedness might lead to a lot of amplifiers shutting down because of thermal protection.
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Not really some Class D amps dont get hot at all.
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Not really some Class D amps dont get hot at all.
Seems like you forgot. I do not prefer Class D .
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which one any model in specific ????
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Class D might merit a listen soon

http://www.gcaudio.com/products/revi...fonuforce.html

http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/nuforce/ref8.html
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KB100, you can do it there is no problem. Only problem is that you cannot show your equiment as it will be behind the seat
My equipment was fit for display some time back - now a certified museum piece!!

As for the Amp... Dont want to flash it at all.. I'd rather no one knows I have one!!..

Secondly.. This is a family car... The boot seels luggage - and lots of it!! _ when you have two kids and one wife - all of them wimmen - every holiday seems like I am shifting residence!!

With the regular installation (on the seat back - in the boot) the worry is the amp will take a beating UNLESS we give it some kind of think pexiglass shielding or something!! -

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