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Old 16th June 2006, 11:25   #196
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Is the Sony a 4 ch amp? in that case you can use it to power from and rear? If not you have 4 ch. of power (222 + 275) and 5 speakers...try this...use teh 222 for the front and see if you can use the 275 in "3 ch multi mode" mode for rear and sub. see page 8 of you 275 manual for details.
No Navin; I wont suggest this for kb as he wants a very decent setup and already has 2 ID subs waiting to be installed. He can afford buy a good 4 channel amp. And hence kb,why this question? why why!

I would dump the sony amp. (you can courier me the amps you dump ; free )

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Old 16th June 2006, 11:36   #197
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2 ID subs. In stereo these would be better off with a better amp than the 275. I'd consider a bridged Blau 4120 or something like that or atleast a bridged JBL 75.4.

Then he can use the 275 for the front (not the best use for a 275) and the 222 for the rear.

The 275 is really nice a mono sub amp but KB got stereo subs. There in lies the mismatch.

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Old 16th June 2006, 11:44   #198
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I know this question was asked before..but forgot where it was...so

What should be bought first? Amp or Speaker?

and for one who wants a good install, dont you think a seperate mono amp for his sub would be nice?
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Old 16th June 2006, 12:00   #199
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Well, here's my 2 cents now.

Though often it's the front end which most useful and provides the maximum satisfaction, some people have been known to derive pleasure from the rear end too.
I believe the front can be cleaner, sweeter and (as the name suggests) more upfront too, but eventually it's upto the individual. Also the front end will provide results that are more visible. But of course this depends on the persons needs and taste again.

With the right settings you can use the front end when needed and shift to the rear when required, depending on the situation.
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Old 16th June 2006, 12:04   #200
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A good 5 ch amp can drive a sub and 4 speakers but they are few are far between so it if often easlier to use seperate 2/1 amp and a 4 ch amp for this install.

However KB has 2 ID subs. That means either he either uses a big mono amp (like the JBL 600.1) and uses both subs in mono or use a smaller 2 ch amp and uses stereo subs (and in the above case I even suggested getting a smaller 4 ch amp and bridging it into 2 channels to drive the stereo subs).

All components should be bought together.
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Old 16th June 2006, 12:19   #201
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KB - will there be space for passengers after all this equipment is installed? We'd like to listen to this sometime, y'know...
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poor Kb,he is very confused man right now........ this is very much expected if someone is going for high-end ICE.Same happened to me as well when i was going for my ICE.I dint know what all to buy.

my experience with ICE tells me that u should go for rear coax as they cost nothing as compared to total cost[navin said it in post 192].To me raer spk r much more than just rear fillers especially if someone is going for two subs [that too ID subw]so that bass doesn't overpower mid and low freq sounds.

For such high end spk,subw and HU,i wont recommend using some sony amp or even blau.Best for u would be to go for one 4-ch decent amplifier and a powrful mono amplifier [rated atleast 500.1] just for two subs.DONT EVEN TALK ABOUT USING HU'S INTERNAL AMP TO POWER REAR SPK IN UR SETUP.

and i agree with navin that whole set-up should be bought/decided togehter.Even if someone is going for phased installation over a period of time,he should have finalised his final ICE.
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Old 16th June 2006, 14:13   #203
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Ok Folks... Guess I will le the cat out of the bag....

The AMP ... is the ONLY ONE IN THE COUNTRY as of now... IN OTHER WORDS THIS WILL BE THE first ever INSTALL OF THIS AMP in INDIA!!

TRU TECHNOLOGY T03 4.150 (Retail Rs. 1,01,600/-)

The Tru Tech T03 4.150 is one of the best car audio amps made



This is a BIG amp.. Note the scale ... and heavy... 9kgs!!



INNARDS (courtsey AMPGUTS)







SPECS

Tru T03 4.150 Specs:

  • Model: T03-4.150
  • Channels: 4 CH
  • Frequency Response: 10Hz ~ 60KHz ±1dB
  • Rated Power: 14.4 Volts DC
  • T.H.D.: < 0.05%
  • 4 Ohm RMS: 150W x 4
  • 2 Ohm RMS: 250W x 4
  • 4 Ohm Bridged: 500W x 2
  • 4 LED lights warn of clipping
  • S/N Ratio: > 100dB
  • CH Separation: > 70dB
  • Input Sensitivity: 0.16mV ~ 4 Volts
  • Damping Factor: > 700
  • Efficiency: 65.70%
  • Fuse Requirement: 120 Amp (Outboard)
  • Power Supply: 11 ~ 16 Volts DC
  • High Pass @ 18dB / oct: 50Hz ~ 500Hz
  • Low Pass @ 18dB / oct: 50Hz ~ 500Hz
  • Remote Bass Knob: No
  • Bass Boost: No
  • Dimensions: (L x W x H): 21 5/8" x 10 11/32" x 2 11/32"
  • Weight: 19 lbs. / 8.6 Kg
Broad Range 2 & 4 CH Class AB Amplifiers
- Broad range High Current 2 & 4 CH Class AB Amplifiers (it also comes in a 2 channel avtar - the T03-2.250)
- Largest Power/Reserve Supply in its Class
- 3 oz. "Pleated Hole" PC Board
- Power section uses discrete circuitry throughout audio path
- Constant Rated RMS Power Output until Thermal Shutdown
- High Current Unregulated Bi-Polar Power Supply
- C & C Machined 3-Piece Modular Heatsink (Future upgrade possible)
- Hand Soldered 8 Gauge Speaker Wires on to the PC Board
- (2) differential pairs of complimentary input Transistors
- 1% Non-Inductive Metal film Resistors
- (16) ON® TO-3 (250 Volt) Metal Case Output Devices
- (16) I.R.® HEXFET® Power Inverters for Efficiency
- (4) 50Volt 10,000mf Capacitors on Rails (T03-4.150) (THAT'S 40,000mf )
- (4) 63Volt 4,700mf Capacitors on Rails (T03-2.250)
- (2) sets of High-Speed Rectifier Diodes
- (2) Hand Wound Power Transformers
- WIMA® Polypropylene and Mylar Capacitors
- Tantalum Shunt Capacitors
- Ferrite Beads used to remove noise from Input and stabilizes inverters
- Matched Components
- Symmetrically mounted heat generating parts
- PROPRIETARY RF Grounding Techniques used for Improved Reliability and HF noise rejection
- 18dB Hi/Low pass filter (50Hz ~ 500Hz)
- Variable Low Frequency boost circuit (T03-2.250)
- Remote Bass knob (T03-2.250)
- 4 Gauge Power/Ground Input (2 Sets for 2 CH)
- 8 Gauge Speaker Wire Output
- Hand Built in California, U.S.A.



An excellent website where the Tru Tech T03 4.150 amp and its qualities/uses are much discussed (search the forums):[COLOR=#0000ff]Elite Car Audio [/COLOR]online forum

Gunman and JB are the authorised distributors and this is what they add...

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Ok, now the Tru Tech T03 amps. 2000+ Watts from 16x 250V ON TO-3 Output devices, 16x IR invertors, Hand Wound Dual power Supply, WIMA poly and mylar capacitors, TANTALUM SHUNT capacitors to regulate PCB vltage, 4x 50V 10,000MF capacitor bank, internal 8GA speaker wire, and its hand built in USA. So when Tru says its a 4x150w amp, its all a big joke, these amps put out even more than double those figures.
The rear two channels of this amp is going to [power the 2 iDQ10 subs IN STEREO (....THERE.. thats settled too!! )

Now perhaps the rear fill/imaging question makes more sense..

And of course... my feverish quest for getting this right...

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Old 16th June 2006, 14:20   #204
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Now this is what I call passion for music man ........................

Keep it up ..................
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Old 16th June 2006, 14:23   #205
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I thought it was gonna be a 5 channel one. emm. Wher do you park?

What you gonna get to be driven by 150W now?
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Old 16th June 2006, 14:36   #206
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TRU TECHNOLOGY T03 4.150 (Retail Rs. 1,01,600/-)
Rudra spends insane amounts on Cameras, you spend insane amounts on Amps.

Is there anyone that spends insane amounts on cars ?

As JK asked, where do you park?
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Though often it's the front end which most useful and provides the maximum satisfaction, some people have been known to derive pleasure from the rear end too.

I believe the front can be cleaner, sweeter and (as the name suggests) more upfront too, but eventually it's upto the individual. Also the front end will provide results that are more visible. But of course this depends on the persons needs and taste again.

With the right settings you can use the front end when needed and shift to the rear when required, depending on the situation .
SAM!!.... hope all that was AUDIO ADVICE ONLY!!...lol
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Old 16th June 2006, 15:27   #208
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SAM!!.... hope all that was AUDIO ADVICE ONLY!!...lol
Read KB. Read again... slowly this time. Visible results, cleaner etc. THINK. Then realise that it's ME you are talking to. Now ask again.

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Read KB. Read again... slowly this time. Visible results, cleaner etc. THINK. Then realise that it's ME you are talking to. Now ask again.


BEEN THERE ... DID EGGGJAAKTLY THAT !!

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Now this is what I call passion for music man ........................

Keep it up ..................
Thanks LBM...

Lol @ JK/Steer ... I am looking at bulletproof glass and padlock on all doors!
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