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Old 8th August 2006, 22:55   #31
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Since that seems to be the unanimous suggestion, I think I will go for the comps + amp + sub for now and perhaps, have the rear coaxials fitted later, if I need 'em.
With regard to the HU, I'm thinking either Sony Xplod CDX-GT 350S or the Pioneer DEH-P6850MP, both of which cost approximately 9K.
Following are the technical specifications for each:

Sony Xplod CDX-GT 350S
Flip-Down with Front Auxillary
Power Outout :- 52Wx4
• Playback : CD-R/RW/MP3/ATRAC3/WMA
• Pre Out : Fornt+ Rear/Sub Switchable
• FM18/AM12
• BTM/DSO/EQ3

Pioneer DEH-P6850MP
* Pure blue dot-matrix OEL (Organic EL) display
* iTunes® AAC playback
* WAV file playback
* iPod® adaptor ready
* BMX (Bitmetric qualizer)
* EEQ
- 5-mode preset equalizer
- 2-mode custom preset equalizer
- 7-band digital graphic equalizer
- Bass Boost
- 2-way crossover: HPF/LPF
- 3-mode selectable loudness
* Rotary Commander
* Direct Sub Drive
* 3 RCA preout: selectable (front + rear + subwoofer)
* Level indicator
* Multi-language display (English/Spanish/Portuguese)

Which of the two should I go for?

Again, with regard to the amplifier, the Pioneer GM-6200F is about 7K while the Sony XM-554ZR is about 6K. What do you guys recommend?
The Pioneer Sub TS-W306C/DVC comes for about 4K.

So, costwise, I am looking at:
HU : 9K
Front Comps : 5.5K(JBL GTO606Ce, if I'm able to get it for this price)
Amplifier : 6K or 7K (depending on Sony or Pioneer)
Sub : 4K
Wiring and Install : 2K

I might be slightly over my 'stretched out' budget.
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Since that seems to be the unanimous suggestion, I think I will go for the comps + amp + sub for now and perhaps, have the rear coaxials fitted later, if I need 'em.
With regard to the HU, I'm thinking either Sony Xplod CDX-GT 350S or the Pioneer DEH-P6850MP, both of which cost approximately 9K.
Following are the technical specifications for each:

the Pioneer GM-6200F is about 7K while the Sony XM-554ZR is about 6K. What do you guys recommend?

The Pioneer Sub TS-W306C/DVC comes for about 4K.

So, costwise, I am looking at:
HU : 9K
Front Comps : 5.5K(JBL GTO606Ce, if I'm able to get it for this price)
Amplifier : 6K or 7K (depending on Sony or Pioneer)
Sub : 4K
Wiring and Install : 2K

Hu ->6850

from comps -> 606 ( u can check out if avalable in grey around 4k or even less)

amp -> pioneer

sub -> pioneer 306dvc no to 306c (3.6k not 4k)

it depends which wiring ur going to install 2k is ok....
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Thanks for the revised set-up, LBM.
But what's the difference between the Pioneer 306C and 306DVC?
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The DVC is a dual voice coil subwoofer.
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Thanks for the revised set-up, LBM.
But what's the difference between the Pioneer 306C and 306DVC?

sorry yaar i left out that part

if u buy the dvc u can wire it parllel to get 2 ohms so that u can extract max from your amp but if u buy 306c it is 4 ohms and this will not extract full of the amp.....

I think this must add more confusion but this is the way....
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So basically, choose the Pioneer 306DVC over the 306C, correct?
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So basically, choose the Pioneer 306DVC over the 306C, correct?
in ur case yes

but if one is add a power mono amp then two 306 c will suit him better.....
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Just curious, what's the price difference between the two anyway.
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it depends which wiring ur going to install 2k is ok....
I am looking at Interlink Jr. by Monster, what say?
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Just curious, what's the price difference between the two anyway.
I think there are priced the same ......

monster is a over priced stuff and the interlink jr is not approrite for its price u can find a JBL amp kit if u can find it original go for it and dont ask about BOSS kit it is complete waste of money....
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LBM, could you be more specific about JBL's wiring kit?
What is the name for it.
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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...ing-kit-2.html (Fake Wiring kit)
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as suggested by our sam bhai this jbl kit also has a amp wiring kit with speaker wires and all the stuff for a single amp setup like urs. so i will recommend go for this kit.......it is priced a bit low 3k but it is worth investing.....
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Great! I can almost see my set-up complete :-)

Thanks you guys!
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an do remember to post some pics of the same......enjoy......
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