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Old 22nd August 2006, 22:41   #46
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Rareone : Do you have manual or power windows ? Im asking because I was told by an installer that mods can be made to the door ONLY WITH POWER WINDOWS.... and we have manual in our santro... so
the person who is saying this is a big fool . ask him what the reason behind it......
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the person who is saying this is a big fool . ask him what the reason behind it......
No LBM, I think i understood the reason.

Window handle needs place to ghumao. It will hit the speaker ring while ghumaoing. Maybe that's what he means.
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Rareone : Do you have manual or power windows ? Im asking because I was told by an installer that mods can be made to the door ONLY WITH POWER WINDOWS.... and we have manual in our santro... so
BULLCRAP...

Of course it can be done... as seen here...





I think your installer is just plain lazy...
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Rareone : Do you have manual or power windows ? Im asking because I was told by an installer that mods can be made to the door ONLY WITH POWER WINDOWS.... and we have manual in our santro... so
I have Manual Windows in my Santro and i havent faced any problems with the installation...

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what about Xing with power windows?
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what about Xing with power windows?
Still do-able. I think you just need to remove the plastic door pocket, or cut part of it...
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thats why I said the installer is a fool......some shop keeper dont want to do stuff they plainly say no..........
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I believed it was possible as I traced the speaker size and pasted it on the door... but then was wondering why the person had told me it wasnt possible.

Thanks Gunman, LBM and Rareone for confirming and clearing that up.

LBM... this wasnt a shop keeper, it was somebody from the forum. In fact most shops I inquired were ready to do it but thats like going to a government hospital for an operation lol...

Yippeeeeeeeee... front comps coming soon
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LBM... this wasnt a shop keeper, it was somebody from the forum.
who was it.......let all see who is the genious is .....

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Hi Friends,

Today I met Touqeer of Sound Fusion. For my Santro he suggeted me to go for
HU - Pioneer 6850
Front Comp - JBL GTO507c - 51/4" OCmponent on frnt door
Rear - JBL GTO 937 with plank.

Is this fine or any changes required. First of all I was'nt ready to cut the door pads. But he promised me that he'll do it very neetly and professionaly. Please suggest
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HU - Pioneer 6850
Front Comp - JBL GTO507c - 51/4" OCmponent on frnt door
Rear - JBL GTO 937 with plank.
hu ok
front compos go for 607 not 507 as we need atlest 6.5 inch in the front for some bass as the 5.25 could not do a fine job in that department...

rear ok
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607 if you can. Do post pix once its done.
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Id thought of 6.5 (rear) + 5.25 (front) for our santro.

Navin sir had given the following response... similar to what LBM has posted above

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c) 6" in the front is better that 5" no matter which car 800 or Bentley. Most 6" produce more bass than 5" wofoers. and more bass means more of the image is moved up front.
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Id thought of 6.5 (rear) + 5.25 (front) for our santro.

Navin sir had given the following response... similar to what LBM has posted above
Navin is right about that part about more bass being upfront when using 6.5" front speakers over 5.25". There is another consideration however, that in some brands, 5.25 and 4" speakers sometimes have better midrange quality than 6.5" speakers. So it all boils down to what brand you are using, and how their various models sound.

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Hi Bass&Trouble,

As per your opinion which 4" speaker will give better midrange quality than 6.5" speakers. If u can suggest me i will check that one only. And one more thing today I checked in Grey Market for speakers. The rates are ,

HU - Pioneer 6850 - Rs.8700
Front - JBL GTO607C - 6.5" component speaker - Rs.4950
Rear - Infinity Reference 9613I - 3 way 6" x9" speaker - Rs.4800

Is this price good? Will infinity referece is better than JBL GTO937?
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