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Old 1st December 2006, 14:33   #406
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Never mind, I will figure it out
You still haven't figured out why you bought that stinker of a slow, wooly, thick and inaccurate sub. Maybe you can figure that out first.

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ST!!! Get to the grounds rather than asking more and more unnecessary questions here on the forum.
Almost everything needed for your install has been sorted out here I think.

I'm very sorry to tell you, but I feel this thread is going the way it's not supposed to.
Please ask the mods to close it until your install is done!
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But unfortunately the manual does not visually depict how to wire speakers for such configuration. (It only shows - Front+Rear+Sub and Front + Sub)

Can you please suggest how to wire the speakers / post a pic on that.
does not the amp's labelling itself show what the bridged outputs are? Usually the bridged outputs are the 2 +ve speaker outputs.

http://www.audison.hu/m_prod/lrx/eng_lrx4manuale.pdf
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Sorry for going off topic here, Just wanted to enquire about Sub woofer's, The sony Hu I have GTX 250 already has a Sub out and Rear out for Amp, So that means I can connect a sub woofer without an Amp..Correct..! Would that give quality sound..!

Second Since I have a CNG tank in the Rear, Where can i fit in a decent sub, or should I look for a Bass Tube- when I will need one..!
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The sony Hu I have GTX 250 already has a Sub out and Rear out for Amp, So that means I can connect a sub woofer without an Amp..Correct..! !
NO NO NO. lol

The sub out on your sony HU is where you connect an amplifier for the subwoofer. Now become a murga and hold your ears.
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Now become a murga and hold your ears.


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I'm very sorry to tell you, but I feel this thread is going the way it's not supposed to.
Please ask the mods to close it until your install is done!
Zak,

If we ask mods to close threads then where can we learn ICE ?

No Offence Meant.

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The sony Hu I have GTX 250 already has a Sub out and Rear out for Amp,
Second Since I have a CNG tank in the Rear, Where can i fit in a decent sub, or should I look for a Bass Tube- when I will need one..!
The sub out is for an Active sub (as Sam said earlier). Since you have a CNG tank, if you add a bass tube you will be out of trunk space (well almost all out).
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The sub out is for an Active sub (as Sam said earlier). Since you have a CNG tank, if you add a bass tube you will be out of trunk space (well almost all out).
Wolf, There is a way... Ask Driven to post pics of his boot, which has a CNG cylinder, 2x 12"ers, 2 amps and still retains most of the boot left from the CNG install. Better still, since you are in Delhi, drop by his place and see for yourself.
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Wolf, There is a way... Ask Driven to post pics of his boot, which has a CNG cylinder, 2x 12"ers, 2 amps and still retains most of the boot left from the CNG install. Better still, since you are in Delhi, drop by his place and see for yourself.
Gunbir - He has an Indica so something similar to Driven's setup might not be workable in his car. And IIRC he's got a spare wheel gas cylinder like your car.
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Gunbir - He has an Indica so something similar to Driven's setup might not be workable in his car. And IIRC he's got a spare wheel gas cylinder like your car.
Oh ok... But he cant have a toroidal tank as they are not made for CNG... Well if his boot's gone, then in an Indica I can only suggest him to get a "good" front stage that can go reasonably low as well, and forget about the sub...

And my car doesnt have any gas cylinders in it... the toroidal tank was coming in the way of my new ICE install, so guess what... its gone!
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...which has a CNG cylinder, 2x 12"ers, 2 amps and still retains most of the boot left from the CNG install..
You got pics? Is the sub isobarik?
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You got pics? Is the sub isobarik?
No, they're mounted in IB. Here are some pics Sam posted elsewhere in the forum.



See, you cant see the subs cuz they're behind the tank, mounted IB, firing through the arm rest into the cabin.

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No, they're mounted in IB. Here are some pics Sam posted elsewhere in the forum.

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See, you cant see the subs cuz they're behind the tank, mounted IB, firing through the arm rest into the cabin.

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Man!!
I see a lot of Dynamat Extreme. Tons of it.
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Ok, now that all my concerns are addressed, I guess it is time for the D-day!

I am finally ordering the front components tomorrow and the install will be done as soon as I get them

Till then I will take a small break and keep my fingers crossed!
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Ok, now that all my concerns are addressed, I guess it is time for the D-day!

I am finally ordering the front components tomorrow and the install will be done as soon as I get them

Till then I will take a small break and keep my fingers crossed!
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