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Old 9th August 2004, 20:09   #1
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help me fast i have budget of 20k. as i have 800w pioneer woofer and 2 pioneer speakers, with 444w sony amp, and 12 cd changer with tweater.
i have indica DLS, i am going for box pack in next 2 weeks.

so help me in finding some heart vibrating suggests.
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Old 10th August 2004, 15:34   #2
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Ur budget is quit good u can install 2nd amp which is installed in my car i.e V12 which just cost around 3000 to 3500k. i would also suggest u to install a second woofer of sony or pioneer then ur car will realllllly rockkkkk
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try putting in the 1200W sony subwoofer which looks pentagonal. it really looks cool and ROCKS.
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hi,
let the 444w sony amp run your ovals, buy a really good amp, for about 8-10,000 and use that to power the sub, but put the sub ina calculated box, this is very important,you can double the performance just by putting the right box in the car, dont need to do any moe than that, trust me your eyes will pop out,

go see if you can buy an amp of a brand called "Audiobahn", very good stuff,

let me know what woofer you got i'll see if i can give you box specs,
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thanx 4 the post
godspeed i have 800 watts pioneer 12" woofer i would be really thank full to u if tell the box type and other stuff plsssssssss.

also where i can find shop for all this stuffs at low price
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Try this site:

http://www.crutchfieldadvisor.com/

You will find answers to most of your questions.

The site mentions that for sub woofer you would need a mono amplifier as mono amp reproduces low frequencies better.
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hey i agree wid godspeed audiobhan is really awesome i have an audiobhan subwoffer in my accent nd its mind boggling mate it wid a good amp nd ull be surely set i got mine from choksi motors at milan subway go der nd have a look
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thanx
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i'm going to presume you have a pioneer 303FC sub. its a free air sub, which means it doesnt need any box, but a box size of 1.5cubic feet will be perfect.
box specs:
height:1foot
length:1foot
breadth:1.5foot
make a port on the top which has a diameter of 3inches& shove a pvs plastic pipe into it which is 6inches long, trust me you'll get blown away,
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Lightbulb How we've changed...

I was going through the quality of audio advice in this section, from about 2 years ago. I want all of you to seee how we have changed and progressed.

I want to thank all of you (you know who you are) for making this section of Team-BHP the most interesting and happening.
Quite heart vibrating.


As far the the newbies, dont read this advice it's all crap. I mean no offense ofcourse. I just revived this for the active ICE members to see and appreciate the level of discussion today.

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omg.........good work sam

even i cant beleive that so much has changed in just 2 yrs but the credit should go to Navin,Gunbir,Jasdeep and ofcourse you.

The level of discussion has gone many steps higher and some of the discussion really goes over my head,just though.



and see this..........budget of 20 k was considered quite good........where is KB!!!!!!!!!!
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Ur budget is quit good u can install 2nd amp which is........

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and see this..........budget of 20 k was considered quite good........where is KB!!!!!!!!!!
kb? do check local newspapers. "caught in action for looting bank! the cause? needed money for ICE "
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kb? do check local newspapers. "caught in action for looting bank! the cause? needed money for ICE "

I am more likely to go to jail for KIDNAP!!... ... why... will need more money for that too!!.. so might as well throw in a bank or two!

LBMMMMMMMMM.... Where are youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu???

.. But this is way too good Sam... and god knows I love the occassional squabble too!!

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The highest bass deck is the one which is in installed in the top floor of the Sears Tower in Chicago. There were some Malaysians trying to outdo this feat at the Petronas, but they had trouble scaling the two rod like structures atop where the last habitable floor ends.

Uh, hope this helped.
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B&T, you forget the mount everest audiophile society's efforts. I think it is on this blog...http://3-2-1.hvest.be/
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