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Old 21st June 2006, 22:38   #256
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Kb,why dont u go for good 3-way front speakers?Why waste ek lakh ka amplifier on 2-way speakers?
Sirjee

thinking EGGGJAKTLY the same thing!!....

Now which ones??? ... Hertz @ 20k ??.. or any others??

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Old 21st June 2006, 23:03   #257
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Sirjee

thinking EGGGJAKTLY the same thing!!....

Now which ones??? ... Hertz @ 20k ??.. or any others??
(thanks to LBM!) lol
Guys!!! See how eager he is to spend his dough!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 21st June 2006, 23:09   #258
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id chameleons are there man and they are for only 23k ....... waiting for the gurus to apper from there travel regime..........
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Old 21st June 2006, 23:24   #259
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LBM.. the chameleons are TWO ways... They Dont have a thre way option..

Two options in Hertz... One around 19-20k with a cone mid-range... the other 28k with the dome mid-range.

Brrrrrrrr.....
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Old 21st June 2006, 23:24   #260
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hey everyone...
umm here is what i think you can also do bro... build the setup your self.. from hertz... i mean the HSK163 system is a kiler 3 way system and it constists of the following models (bass=HV165L ..this is a non pressed paper driver, Midrange=HL70 , Tweets=HT25 and the Crossover=3W.10).. dunno about the cost.. but i think its 21k or 29 k.. not sure. but you can also try this.. buy the HSK165.. which is 2 way..
and it constists of (bass/midbass=HV165 , tweets=HT25 .. same as the 3 way and the crossover is 2W.20)..
now what i suggest is... either just pick up the 3 way system.. that will be killa... or.. pick up the HV165.. (not the HV165L cause then it makes sense to just buy the 3 way system.. ) so .. HV165.. and pick up the HT25 tweet and get the 3w.10 crossover.. im pretty sure you can pick them up independentaly.. the only reason i am saying this is cause then you have the ability with the 3W.10 crossover to add the HL70 midrange at a later time if you so desire... this is what i am planning on doing for my fronts and backs too... but need suggestions...
sir's gunman and JB.. Help .. hehehe
thats about it...
BTW.. bro kb100.. ummmm.....

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Did you guys notice taht this thread was started after HSBC started giving personal loans .

So, 2way or 3way frnts? Why not have a setup where all things come from same family?
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So, 2way or 3way frnts? Why not have a setup where all things come from same family?
Some marriages do last long and goes well if they're not from a nearby family.

I think same applies here too. When matching up speakers, amps etc, we've to keep in mind of the frequenzies, responses, ohms etc. And these should be matched rather than brand names. And we dont ICE up our cars as show cars of JBL, PIONEER, ALPINE etc.... in which case, all the components are installed of their own brands.

And our ICE gurus: GunbirJI, JbJI, NavinJI vaghera vaghera also mixes up different brands in their own cars and it explains all.
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Some marriages do last long and goes well if they're not from a nearby family.

I think same applies here too. When matching up speakers, amps etc, we've to keep in mind of the frequenzies, responses, ohms etc. And these should be matched rather than brand names. And we dont ICE up our cars as show cars of JBL, PIONEER, ALPINE etc.... in which case, all the components are installed of their own brands.

And our ICE gurus: GunbirJI, JbJI, NavinJI vaghera vaghera also mixes up different brands in their own cars and it explains all.
i have pios, blaus, jbl, connection audison! I wanted an all jbl system!
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so kb u want 3 way setup rather than a 2-way one.. ....


One more thing which car do u own in which this setup is going to install....
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LBM... I have an Accent CRDi ... I had originally planned to upgrade to an Elantra... But now I will wait for the new Elantra to be launched... Extremely juicy specs!! .. who knows .. maybe there may be a powerful SUV/MUV by then... with kids growing the space can be handy!

.. At which point all of these will migrate into that vehicle...
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What about the 2-way or 3-way .................
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hello everyone.. i just realised that the setup i mentioned earlier wont work.. cause the 3W10 crossover is designed to slpit sound in 3 ways.. so if you connect just the ht 25 tweets and the HV165 midbass woofer to the 3W.10 corssover .. what will happen is that the tweeter(ht 25)and and the midbass(HV165) will recieve lesser frequencies than compared to the 2W.20 crossover..cause the midrange output on the3W.10 crossover wont be utilised unless you Do plug in a Midrage !!! and thus you wont get ANY midrange from this setup..while the @w.20 crossover is designed to split sound only 2 ways.. to only tweets and midbass.. so thereby giving the full sound spectrum.
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Most likely three way ... or worst case I may start with a 2 way.. and later shift that to the rear when I get three way for the front..

All budget related... the HU is still remaining remember... And I am getting crazy ideas there too....
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now what i suggest is... either just pick up the 3 way system.. that will be killa... or.. pick up the HV165.. (not the HV165L cause then it makes sense to just buy the 3 way system.. ) so .. HV165.. and pick up the HT25 tweet and get the 3w.10 crossover.. im pretty sure you can pick them up independentaly.. the only reason i am saying this is cause then you have the ability with the 3W.10 crossover to add the HL70 midrange at a later time if you so desire... this is what i am planning on doing for my fronts and backs too... but need suggestions...
Tool, I'm impressed... thats a good suggestion. YES. that can be done. If you upgrade from a HSK165 (2way) to a HSK163 (3way), you will need to buy a pair of mids (cone or dome) and a suitable 3way crossover set. If you retain the HV165, you will get a very nice, snappy bass from the HV165 'woofer' in this setup. But the HV165L goes lower, has more depth and more power handling. Its a matter of taste eventually.

I think we are the only mfr-rep that actually stocks separate midranges, tweeters, crossovers etc so that end-users and dealers may have control and flexibility over their configuration.

So have fun dreaming up all the combinations...

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hhehe.. thanks bro gunbir...
so umm you think this is a good config..? ?
HV165
Ht25
3W.10 crossover..
would this work bro? or would i need to use the 2W.20 crossover for the time being ? what i mean is basically the HSK 165 but with the crossover from HSK 163.... would the 3W.10 crossover give the same result as the 2W.10 crossover in this 2-way system ? or will i have to get the 3W.10 crossover at the time i decide to get the midrage.. the HL70 or the HD500?..
heheh im sorry for the confusion.. but .. i love the fact that we can choose different bits of gear bro.. i love this flexibilty
thank you very much bro gunbir... and BOOOM

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