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Old 16th May 2006, 15:34   #1
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Default Car Audio ,Central locking and P/W For Indigo LS

Hi BHPians

I have booked an Indigo LS this week I have opted for cash discount from Prerana motors in Bangalore.

I have no clue of how to choose a car Audio ,Central locking and Power windows.

I managed to get a few estimates from Hot tracks,Pit stop and Car shop(The names are accessory shops in Bangalore for those who are not from Bangalore) on a specific model of

Pioneer 3850
JBL 4 speakers
Autocop CL
Autocop P/W around 23 K to 25K in these shops.

I want a good MP3 player and a Tuner along with remote this i think is my requirement.

I would not want to spend more than 12 K on car stereo and speakers alone and also I don't want a totally heavy bass speakers need a mix of both mild music and some bass. I set a Budget limit probably because this is going to be my first car,as I am not sure for what I will be paying the higher amount like 15 k 20 k only for car Audio.

Please advise what i should do and is there any chance that my warranty will get affected if I fit the accessories outside ?

If possible also advise about these accessories shops in Bangalore if is it fine to get the work done from them.

Thank you all in advance.as I know If i don't get a answer here then I can't get it elsewhere .

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Old 16th May 2006, 15:52   #2
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4 CS series JBL speakers would run you about 5-6K that leave about 6-7K for the 3850.
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