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Old 18th September 2006, 17:37   #16
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There is a setting in the 5750, where subwoofer output (preamp) can be used as rear channel output... in this setting you can have the fader control for the sub.... this is basically to cut down the overall cost....


obviously you didnt read the post carefully... i said, "there is a subvolume control, but that is different from fader control"...
just to make myself clear.... what i meant by
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"Sub volume stays put" is that when i do a fader on my front and rear channels, the sub volume is unaffected....
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oops! very sorry, anto....like i said...these were unrefined & agricultural observations.
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get teh 5XXX series. Its almost similar to 6XXX series,but with 2 preouts.
With one preamp out, you would be stuck with less control.
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get teh 5XXX series. Its almost similar to 6XXX series,but with 2 preouts.
With one preamp out, you would be stuck with less control.
hey JK, 5750 has 3 preamp outputs!!....
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hey JK, 5750 has 3 preamp outputs!!....
thanks dude

so 5750 would be the better buy
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Got another query guys.
Upon asking whether I can get JBL GTO937 speakers for the front door, the Vendor told me they are too high end speakers considering the speaker space Swift provides.
Just wanted to check with you guys over this. You guys agree to this? Which JBL model you feel should I go for in that case?


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Oops, Correction : I meant JBL GTO637 (not GTO937) in above post.
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Oops, Correction : I meant JBL GTO637 (not GTO937) in above post.
find a good installer who has mre experience / ask him what does he mean by it? Ask abt damping/ Ask abt tbhp/ threaten him with the name 'Sam'

I would recommend the 607 compo

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So what is damping?

I looked at ICE Terminology thread and I saw one result stating

"The damping factor indicates the ability of an amplifier to resist a change in it's output signal."

I hope damping you are talking about is some other stuff any thoughts over the same would be appreciated.
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So what is damping?

I looked at ICE Terminology thread and I saw one result stating

"The damping factor indicates the ability of an amplifier to resist a change in it's output signal."

I hope damping you are talking about is some other stuff any thoughts over the same would be appreciated.
man u r mixing two different types of damping

the one u have read is related to amp damping factor....

the second one is the vehicle damping ...as shown in the pics below....this damping make the car vibration to go away so that we can get a clean sound without any interferece....

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LBM!! You the man!

As soon as you're around, we dont have to go searching for pictures. I was thinking about putting a pic for his help, And SWISHHHHHH!!!!! you did it!

Carry on the good work man!
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You guys rock, thanks again!!!
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LBM,in the pic u have posted,is it dynamat regualr or something else?
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rsjaurr, it must be Dynamat Extreme. Regular Dynamat is black. Extreme is silver. But Extreme has the Dynamat logo in a oval plastered all over it, normally. So this could be something else too. LBM? You can see pics at www.dynamat.com.
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LBM,in the pic u have posted,is it dynamat regualr or something else?
it is the B-Quiet® Ultimate here is the more detail on the same http://www.b-quiet.com/altima.html
and it is not dyanmat......
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Oops, Correction : I meant JBL GTO637 (not GTO937) in above post.
the 637 are ideal for a swift. my father in law has 2 pairs (one for each door).
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