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Old 11th May 2007, 13:32   #601
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please dont feel PITTY for lbm.

Yeah, please dont. I'd say pity his swift which has to carry so much of extra baggage plus take the pounding from the inside which it was never designed to.


Does this have just one pre out ? Looks quite good VFM to me.

& how much would this be


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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.

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.
Hmmmm nice Idea.......6 pairs of tweeter.. ...nice i will wire them with fake alpine with treble at the max to make them sound a little bright....so I can give a good quantity of Bass & Treble without mids to the listener....


no some thing serious.....Navin Ji the boot of the Swift is quite small.......I cannot afford the luxury of big dimension of box.....to get the maxmium space for the sub enclosure I had installed the amp on the rack to get the full boot for the biggest enclosure which can be fitted in the boot....for the discrete install of the Steg the tray at the above can easily mounted on the top of the amp....so that the amp is not visible from the boot window.....
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Wohi toh, I keep telling these guys the same thing Navin but they don't listen!!!! I suggested the same earlier also
are bus bhai.....bahut ho gaya.....I am LOW_BASS_MAKKER not trouble maker.....

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Nah I was kidding too. I would never subject LBM to TS20s.

Thanks Navin Ji you saved me from the trebley....effects of the TS-20....which some people call clarity......
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Yeah, please dont. I'd say pity his swift which has to carry so much of extra baggage plus take the pounding from the inside which it was never designed to.


Does this have just one pre out ? Looks quite good VFM to me.

& how much would this be

LBM, are you still pondering over on a reply to this one ?
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LBM, are you still pondering over on a reply to this one ?
Sorry Sir I left out that one....as i was a bit upset when I opened my office door today and look what I found out.......here are some pics of the same....







Thanks god nothing was damaged except the wall mounting fan, and my office chair......and few small things......thanks god the JBL tissue box was left safe......and the culpirt was the fan itself....how it got melted and melted the chair also is a mystery to me.....rest everything is fine now.....

Hmm about the HU you mentioned are the same one from MEGA Audio.....I think I have to hold till Navin Ji, Ajay Bhai, Sam Bhai and others agree on the same.....as they have helped me a lot on deciding the equipment which is presently in my car....
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Man. thats really sad, but good to know that there has been no major damage done.

Hmmmm. on a lighter note (only to cheer you up), sam would say that your saga now even has a tragic angle to it with the burning of the office, maybe we could blame it on the opposition party & get some more drama out of it.
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Oh my god!
So much of BHAINS that even your office chair couldn't handle it?

On a serious note, very sorry to see that. Man, You're really lucky that not much was lost. How did it happen?

The Saga is getting more hot action these days.
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thanks god the JBL tissue box was left safe


Raghvinder, you should be glad that there were no further losses.
And glad to see your sense of humour is intact.
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Holy crap Raghvinder, how the hell did this happen? Be careful boss & make sure you take more precautions next time around. I've had fires at my factory twice and know how bad it can get. Please be safe.
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Oye LBM yeh kya ho gaya. Did you experiment with the fan for better Bass?

Good to know that not much damage was done...be safe.

Cheers!!!
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Oye LBM yeh kya ho gaya. Did you experiment with the fan for better Bass?

. that was a good one. Or lower than low bass ? the under the chair kind ?
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what to say guys today when I entered my office it was full dark.....I tried to switch on the office light it did not work so I to out my cell phone (it has a torch function in it) to see some thing but the whole room was full dark and I could not see a thing......I then check the MCB of the office was tripped and I switched it on and came back to see the horror.....I was speechless for few minutes....I thank the lord that there was not a major damage was done.......since there was lots of useful stuff lying there....

As I had observed the culprit was the fan which had melted and fall down from the wall burning and as the feet of the chair are of plastic it also got burnt.....

Ok guys now get back to audio.....

and Kishore Sir I was not trying anything with the fan.....lol
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Thank god you are intact Ragu-ji. I have not heard any Mega Audio product so I cant comment on them.
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Thank god you are intact Ragu-ji. I have not heard any Mega Audio product so I cant comment on them.
You know, I think Raguji is serious about this mega audio business.

I like Ragu. Better than LBM. Also reminds me of pasta sauce, yum. From now on I shall call you ragu.
Navin you do come up with the best names. First Rags, now Ragu.
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so I to out my cell phone (it has a torch function in it)
LBM, I never knew you use Nokia 1100 ~ truck driver ki pehli pasand ~

On a serious note, I thank God that you are safe and not much damage has been done.

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