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Old 13th September 2006, 01:25   #751
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I've had great experiences using components with 8" woofers in the front, and cutting the subs at 50-55Hz.
I also have also set the cutoff at 63 hertz....man the sub do nothing much just put some bass . rest the 3-way does a good job....

people ask me have u installed a sub under the seat......
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Old 13th September 2006, 16:32   #752
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Uh, they're so hard to find? There are loads of them here in Bombay. What color do you want? Is blue okay?
Regarding the LED's I know for a fact regular coloured LED's are available for few bucks a piece at SP.Road (b'lores version of Lamington road??!).

Not sure if the bright NEON type led's are available freely though... these are what im after, and this is what kb100 will need to use.

Im just recovering from a nasty viral infction and heavy doses of antibiotics (dunno which is worse!!). Anyway I will check @ SP.Road before I post back here.

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I also have also set the cutoff at 63 hertz....
people ask me have u installed a sub under the seat......
me too....i have also set LPF at 63Hz on my HU.

and brother LBM,have u installed a sub on front co-driver's seat as only this seems to be vacant space in ur car!!
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and brother LBM,have u installed a sub on front co-driver's seat as only this seems to be vacant space in ur car!!

nahi sir jee it is the iriduim making the up front illusion....that I clearly mention before hand.......no need for sub in the front seat....I am happy with two in the back......
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I've had great experiences using components with 8" woofers in the front, and cutting the subs at 50-55Hz. Using this frequency point as a LP for the sub and HP for the comps, the whole drumkit appears to be right under your nose! And in your case, the advantage on your side is that power (read as money), is not a concern.
I just busted some 400 odd kms of hopeless roads.... had been at it since 5.00am this morning (I DONT do mornings!!!)... had nothing to eat all along other than a sandwich... Just limped home .. Every bone in my body was aching... TILL I read THAT!!

B&T ... Aapke Muh me Ghee aur Shakkar da TRUCK!!
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B&T ... Aapke Muh me Ghee aur Shakkar da TRUCK!!
now B&T will surely die of diabetes...........lol
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now B&T will surely die of diabetes...........lol
Is diabetes contagious by any chance??

Just asking kyonki phir it would be "Ek teer se do shikaar"
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Regarding the LED's I know for a fact regular coloured LED's are available for few bucks a piece at SP.Road (b'lores version of Lamington road??!).

Not sure if the bright NEON type led's are available freely though... these are what im after, and this is what kb100 will need to use.
Nahin bhaiyya, not those chillar LEDs, they are a pain to hook up unless you use a board.

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B&T ... Aapke Muh me Ghee aur Shakkar da TRUCK!!


now B&T will surely die of diabetes...........lol
Fact is, I hate sweets. Par kb bhai itne pyar se khila rahe hain to...
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Morel has some nice stuff. Navinji what are your thoughts on the supreme...
nice but overrated. they have reduced the lispyness of the mdt33 to a good degree. I still think the best VFM tweeter is the 9500 so what if it has ferrofluid. the 9900, supreme, etc... are too detailed. after a while one tires of them. the 9800 and excel tweeters might be a mddle ground between detail and long term listenability but i have not heard them at length.

others from aurum cantus, fountek, and cantare etc...are also on my list.
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Brrrrrrrr..... Another week to go -- EGGGJAAAKTLY!!! ... An my brains are buzzin with last minute ideas!!... whetting it down bigtime though!

Sure is bound to be quiet - being weekend and all!!

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What about the lights??
Anything confirmed??
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NOt really...

Will be greatful if someone can give me the prices of Neon Wires available in the market..
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I've went thru almost every shop around here. Couldn't find Neon wires. I've found plenty of different types of LED lighting. What's the story on your side of the world guys? Especially Mumbai, Delhi etc..
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Zak, I thought Cochin was a big city. I am surprised. In Mumbai these things are quite easily available. I've not looked for them myself but I see them on so many cars here.
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In Mumbai these things are quite easily available. I've not looked for them myself but I see them on so many cars here.
Pyaare B&T....

do you have a source for the Neon Wires yaar?... how much would they cost??

Advance me Dhayawaad karte hue
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