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Old 26th September 2006, 00:07   #166
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Congrats Mugen.

Waiting for pix of sub . And how did you give seperate input for tweeter and mid? And those RCAs are?
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Congrats Mugen.

Waiting for pix of sub . And how did you give seperate input for tweeter and mid? And those RCAs are?
The mids and tweeters have seperate input provisions if you were to bi-amp. However, internally, there is a jumper to short out the connections and allow for a single amplifier channel's input. So that's what has been done here.

The RCA cables are lengths cut from a bulk spool of Sommer coaxial cable(German), and the terminations are Neutrik.
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The mids and tweeters have seperate input provisions if you were to bi-amp. However, internally, there is a jumper to short out the connections and allow for a single amplifier channel's input. So that's what has been done here.

The RCA cables are lengths cut from a bulk spool of Sommer coaxial cable(German), and the terminations are Neutrik.
that would mean ; two pair of speaker wire from one pair of amp out to the two inputs of the cross overs?
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Neat pics!
Congratulations on the setup. You should be a happy man now!
I wasn't able to see how the subs were installed. Please post some pics of those too.
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Neat pics!
Congratulations on the setup. You should be a happy man now!
I wasn't able to see how the subs were installed. Please post some pics of those too.
Hey Speedzak,
Thanks And Really Happy With SQ.
I Havent Taken The Pics Of Subs In Daylight So Will Take And Post It Soon.

Cheers,
Mugen_Power.
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Great to know that you're happy with the sound.
Now a word of caution; dont fall into a trivia called acquisition mania. Yes, it normally starts after you've got a decent setup. Then everytime you sits in the car, you'll be eager to think about getting more expensive and glossy into the car. And most of the times, it ends up in sad stories.
So, enjoy the sound.
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Great to know that you're happy with the sound.
Now a word of caution; dont fall into a trivia called acquisition mania. Yes, it normally starts after you've got a decent setup. Then everytime you sits in the car, you'll be eager to think about getting more expensive and glossy into the car. And most of the times, it ends up in sad stories.
So, enjoy the sound.
but kya kare Control nahi hota hai.....
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Now a word of caution; dont fall into a trivia called acquisition mania. Yes, it normally starts after you've got a decent setup. Then everytime you sits in the car, you'll be eager to think about getting more expensive and glossy into the car. And most of the times, it ends up in sad stories.
So, enjoy the sound.
Words of wisdom well spoken. This is my (personal) experience too. You really should draw a line.
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that would mean ; two pair of speaker wire from one pair of amp out to the two inputs of the cross overs?
That would be bi-wiring.

So either that, or full Navin-style.. use 2 channels of the amp to power the mids and anther two channels to power the highs. Thats bi-amping. Should we officially rename it Navin-amping? Wait no, we can't. In his case, the amp output channels need to be bridged too.
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Old 29th September 2006, 15:03   #175
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This is a pic of Mugen's subwoofer enclosure in the dark.


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B&T!!! The pic left me more confused. It's barely understandable. Do you have any daylight pics or something more clearer?? Please post it.
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here is a pic of the same with lights ..............
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Damn that's a mirror on the bottom of the box and here I was thinking why the hell has Mugen put on 4 woofers!!!

Good install B&T, the neon & the colour matched box looks cool!!
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damn! the 5 seater innova!

what next, Thule?
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That would be bi-wiring.

So either that, or full Navin-style.. :
well if it were me I'd use a nice 300B SE amp for the tweeters and a Class A Mosfet for the midbass.

JK, I think we covered bi-amping here
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...inology-8.html
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