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Old 9th May 2007, 13:46   #586
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latest mod done just last night....the AMP RACK.....the whole rack will be power coated in a day or two....and detailed pics of the making of the rack and installed will be posted later.....

hi lbm,

Great setup there. it looks really good. Neat and clean. what interconnects are you using for the above amp?

also wouldnt it be better if you use grilles on your subs? i know it looks ugly, its just a suggestion. My subs(though not expensive) were saved by the grilles when my car met with an accident. I hope and i pray it never happens to anyone but still. you can see my cars pic here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indiancarpicture-665.html

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Hey LBM..!!!

Neat job..!! Is it a DIY??

I guess now the subs will partly air cool the amp instead of the passengers
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Old 9th May 2007, 18:17   #588
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Well done, o crazy sikh!!
Thank you Sam Bhai.......

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Wow..
Neat And Clean..
Nicely Done Lbm..
Where is another amp ?
Do post some more photos of setup and Rack.
Thank you Vishal sir....the other is under co-driver seat as I need to make bigger enclosure thats why all this rack stuff....will be posting more pics of the rack and the how did I made it....

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Looks really good, l_b_m! Really nice job!

Thank you sir.....
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Old 9th May 2007, 18:24   #589
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Oye Phaaji!
Good job. It looks clean, neat and beautiful.
How is it sounding now? After putting in ported boxes?
Thank you sir....after the ports the sub are sounding more louder and deeper also......

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hi lbm,

Great setup there. it looks really good. Neat and clean. what interconnects are you using for the above amp?

also wouldnt it be better if you use grilles on your subs? i know it looks ugly, its just a suggestion. My subs(though not expensive) were saved by the grilles when my car met with an accident. I hope and i pray it never happens to anyone but still. you can see my cars pic here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indiancarpicture-665.html

cheers

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thanks sir...they are home audio interconects will be changing them soon....about the grill I dont have to install them as no body except me drives the car.....

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Hey LBM..!!!

Neat job..!! Is it a DIY??

I guess now the subs will partly air cool the amp instead of the passengers

Yes sir it is a full DIY job with little help from my drill man and fitter but the major work design marking all the stuff is done by me....and the fitting is done at Jagga as I need a extra hand to hold the amp........while drilling....
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Old 10th May 2007, 21:30   #590
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thanks sir...they are home audio interconects will be changing them soon....about the grill I dont have to install them as no body except me drives the car.....

hi,

Sir when my car met with an accident, it was parked and no one was in the car. anyway, its upto you sir it was just a suggestion.

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Hi LBM

I have been reading all the threads you have posted ......
it is a great setup that you have ..... since the time i heard it .... remember

tell me are you planning to add additional tray for the other amp....
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hi,

Sir when my car met with an accident, it was parked and no one was in the car. anyway, its upto you sir it was just a suggestion.

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Thank you sir for the suggestion.......

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Hi LBM

I have been reading all the threads you have posted ......
it is a great setup that you have ..... since the time i heard it .... remember

tell me are you planning to add additional tray for the other amp....

thank you sir......no sir the other amp will be under the seat area.....only this amp and the PXA sound processor will be on the amp rack....
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According to me you need to add some TS20's in the front.
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What about the rear ? another pair of TS 20s there too ? (I know i should not be saying this)
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According to me you need to add some TS20's in the front.
nice Idea.....but then I have buy another amp for this purpose....and I am already broke...

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What about the rear ? another pair of TS 20s there too ? (I know i should not be saying this)

No problem sir.....If one pair goes in the front I am sure one will go in the back also.......
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What about the rear ? another pair of TS 20s there too ? (I know i should not be saying this)
Don't worry his next upgrade (already in progress) is putting up a pair of TS-20's on every pillar!!!!!! He now wants to be christened THE_LOW_BASS_&_HIGH_TREBLE_MAKKER!!!!
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What about the rear ? another pair of TS 20s there too ?
Shame on you. Dont you guys realise that those Steg powered ID subs would wash out any sound produced by the TS20. LBM would need about 6 pairs of TS20 for them to be heard. Maybe 2 per pillar will help.

BTW LBM I would have expected a better designed sub box from you.
I would have considered a 5 sided box that had a sloped baffle for the IDs and that the Steg was more discretely installed. This would allow the IDs to breathe a bit easier too. besides the box would have fewer paralleled surfaces.
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Shame on you. Dont you guys realise that those Steg powered ID subs would wash out any sound produced by the TS20. LBM would need about 6 pairs of TS20 for them to be heard. Maybe 2 per pillar will help.
Wohi toh, I keep telling these guys the same thing Navin but they don't listen!!!! I suggested the same earlier also
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Shame on you. Dont you guys realise that those Steg powered ID subs would wash out any sound produced by the TS20. LBM would need about 6 pairs of TS20 for them to be heard. Maybe 2 per pillar will help.
I guess Navin has taken my comment on kiddin' too seriously. Isnt it?
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I guess Navin has taken my comment on kiddin' too seriously. Isnt it?
Nah I was kidding too. I would never subject LBM to TS20s.
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