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Old 29th August 2006, 21:37   #16
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I am also very new to all this, but I can say abt my experience...

I fitted JBL 6*9 GTO936 in a tray and the effect is good.
price is 4-4.5K with bill n warranty. Should fit ur budget and requirement well!
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Old 30th August 2006, 09:47   #17
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[quote=anToNIcHeN]always look at RMS or continous wattage of the speaker.... this rating is more realistic rating as it gives the continuous power output of a speaker.QUOTE]

even the RMS ratings are only thermal like said before 100W at 400Hz is one thing, 100W at 50Hz is another.

Just stick to good brands and you will be safe. Watt ratings are mostly marketing.
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1.experts what about the head unit is pio 3850 a right choice
or anythng better( i can stretch a bit my budget )
2.is the right idea to pack 6*9 in a box rather than a tray
the 3850 is fine. one of the better models at the price just make sure you get an ORIGINAL one will BILL and a MANUFACTURERS warranty and make sure your dealer mails the warranty card with your serial number. There is a lot of fake/grey/"Made in India" Pioneers in the market.

The bos will give you tighter better defined bass at lower levels, the tray will give you looser, less defined bass but higher levels. If you like Rock/Jazz get a box of you like Thump/Boom get a tray. I am sorry but I have no idea what the latest musical genres mean (Hip Hop, House, Trance, etc...).
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Old 30th August 2006, 10:21   #19
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Hi Parth,

I spent around 13K on my ICE with Pio 6850 and teh yellow cone Pio TS-D691S Kevlar crossover (6x9) speakers and i am telling you it rocks!! .. great bass for the price ..

I would prefer you to go for a wooden tray .. may be two ply one because of 3 reasons:

1. you dont need to compromise ur boot space .. as boxes would take away a lot of it in your M800

2. you can always (if needed) can unplug your speakers and remove the tray and use the boot when u need it

3. in the future if you want to upgrade, you can have the sub-woofer fitted to the same tray ..

I can let you know from where I bought the all the stuff.. its from the grey market but is genuine ..
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Quote:
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1.experts what about the head unit is pio 3850 a right choice
or anythng better( i can stretch a bit my budget )
2.is the right idea to pack 6*9 in a box rather than a tray
the idea is that if you intend to haev a 4channel amp and a sub setup later on , you need to have a Hu with 2 preamp outs. 3 is better, but then you need 9k.
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Hi Parth,

I spent around 13K on my ICE with Pio 6850 and teh yellow cone Pio TS-D691S Kevlar crossover (6x9) speakers and i am telling you it rocks!! .. great bass for the price ..

I would prefer you to go for a wooden tray .. may be two ply one because of 3 reasons:

1. you dont need to compromise ur boot space .. as boxes would take away a lot of it in your M800

2. you can always (if needed) can unplug your speakers and remove the tray and use the boot when u need it

3. in the future if you want to upgrade, you can have the sub-woofer fitted to the same tray ..

I can let you know from where I bought the all the stuff.. its from the grey market but is genuine ..
hi kdb !
wats the details about pio 6850
i have not seen that yet .
how much u spended on speakers]what your idea about pio 6190 (speakers ) .
if its grey than how you know that is original .
and from where you got your system done in delhi .
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Old 30th August 2006, 14:06   #22
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Hi Parth,

Check out the following link for Pio 6850

http://www.pioneer.com.au/products/c...0MP/index.html

for the speakers:

http://www.pioneer.com.au/products/c...91S/index.html

Its genuine because when I bought it the guy had shown me both the assembeled and the original .. you can PM me and I can send u the price I bought for and the location of the dealer..
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Consider all the 'good' brands..all have something for your range...The 'good' brands include Hertz, JBL, Alpine and some models of blaupunkt...all of them are available with B&W in Delhi.
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hi buddies
today i got my system installed
the details are
pio 4850 -- 5.7k
rear 6*9 pio ts a 6991s -- 3.1k
front 4'' sony xs - gf1022x --1400
sealed box --500
chota mota mal --150
total i spend ==10850 n my budget was 11 k ( oh my god i saved 150 buks )
the output is awsome(tight bass) at this amount of money spended .
i am very happy and satisfied with my ice and all the credits gose to team bhp members who provided me the great valueable infomation specially to sam ,navin ,lbm ,kdb ,jk das .hope to gain same support and information from you buddies in future
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Enjoy d(-_-)b listening !!!
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How about posting some pics of your install? It'd give a fitting finish for your thread and will help many who're out looking for similar installs.
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How about posting some pics of your install? It'd give a fitting finish for your thread and will help many who're out looking for similar installs.
will sure do the pics in next two or three days
thanks team bhp members for all support
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here the pix of my ice
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here the pix of my ice
seems u need to check that abt how 2 post pix
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