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Old 12th August 2006, 15:23   #1
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i am new on this board so a big hi to all my buddies here
secodlly ifi had posted mu quest in a wrong section thn forgiv me
its first time here
now the point is #$#
i had puchased a 2001 model m800 from my savings
i had wrked on interiors and xteriors and now lukwise it luks cool
but i am confused about the music system
my budget is 11 k
so gods out there suggest me the best configuration i can get in this amount
i want a gud bass production>can i get this in ths amount ?
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Old 12th August 2006, 16:00   #2
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post on the audio section and ask "Sam Kapasi", best chap around for ICEs
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post on the audio section and ask "Sam Kapasi", best chap around for ICEs
HEAR HEAR... ... Good 'ol Sam has attained Numero Uno status!!.....
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Parth welcome to TBHP and that too to the great ICE section

Do check these threads for a start...
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...uti-800-a.html
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...udio-m800.html (Car Audio for M800)
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>. And Parth ...Yes welcome to the forum and enjoy yourself here!!.. do read the Announcements and Rules section before you proceed... do avoid using sms or chat lingo here! (only Queen's English permitted!! - Well. MOstly that is!!! )
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the poor chappie has not been given a word of suggestions still...and that is why he has gone and started another thread for this.

hey parth,
welcome to tbhp.
be prepared to expand ur budget & increase ur knowledge (Not everything u read here is true)
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parth let me get this straight. your budget is 11K and you want a Hu and speakers with bass.

I'd recommend that you get a Sony or Pio Hu for 6K and spend 4.5K on a pair of 6x9 (JBL's CS series comes to mind when working on tight budget). Hopefully your intaller can work out a good MDF rear deck and fit it all within 11K.

You will be sacrificing frount sound stage etc... but the advantage of this setup is that at a later date you can add a pair of good front speakers (budget 4-6K) and at an even later date add a 4 ch. amp (budget 7-8K) and then have a really killer system without throwing out any stuff you buy now.
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thanks buddy
i am confused between pio 6190 and jbl
pio 6190 has 420 watt of output what about jbl
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Which JBL?
If you are talking about GTO, it's 300W. I would not let any wattage figures affect my judgement though.
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i am talking about jbl cs series.(6*9)
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Well the CS3169 and I think it's 275W.
Again these numbers make no difference. For 11K, you can get a mid HU and 4 speakers. In your maruti 800 you can fit a nice 4" coaxial. For the rear you can fit a 6X9.
Most people prefer JBL to pioneer speakers. You can also try alpine and a few blaupunkt models.
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Parth, dont let wattage figures confuse you. they have been put there by the manufcturers to keep our friend LBM happy! :-) they serve little practical purpose.
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Parth, dont let wattage figures confuse you. they have been put there by the manufcturers to keep our friend LBM happy! :-) they serve little practical purpose.
I think Navin ji is seroiusly considering my advice........
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thanks buddy
i am confused between pio 6190 and jbl
pio 6190 has 420 watt of output what about jbl
420 watts that pioneer puts is actually PMPO.... dont let it misguide you... PMPO wattage rating are attained by a speakers only for split seconds....

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.

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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
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