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Old 30th January 2007, 22:04   #16
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thanks bass&trouble for your suggestion,so i will get a lower end HU and an amp instead of a higher end HU. how is this set up to u?
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HU + Amp sounds Perfect Mr. Reddy. Go for it.
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Old 31st January 2007, 16:11   #18
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Here is the thread that I think people are referring. The relevant discussion starts at the bottom of the page and continues to the next one.
I guess Navin was rather referring to following one- it looks to be interesting 70W/ch max and 30W/ch @ 1% THD+N or so straight out of HU... pretty decent, I wish gurus take that discussion further! the concerned HU does use some kind of switching amp inside (class D, T, X or whatever they name it)
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...power-hus.html (High power HUs)
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NO!!! pre-outs cannot power a SUB.
Yes, speaker outputs from the HU may power an 8incher or a 6"!!
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A good pair of 6X9s will produce better bass connected directly to the head rather than preouts to however small sub it is.
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unless its an active sub.. active subs arent too good anyway.
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...The sub has to be driven off select leads of the rear speaker connection wires.
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zak! some pio HU's can but only 8inch subs or smaller... read a post by an audio guru here
I have earlier put up a similar query. Now I am really conphused. (risk of getting into ICE section in t-bhp)
Can anyone explain me the above mentioned views by various bhpians.
I have a pioneer-deh-p7450mp; two pioneer 330W co-axials in the rear; two 100W pioneer in the front.
Can I go for a smaller sub (BTW, what is the smallest sub available in the market??) with out an amplifier, keeping the above options in mind. I am not looking for a window shattering bass. Just little more bass than my existing speakers. (say as hot-rodding )

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Old 1st February 2007, 14:14   #20
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I guess Navin was rather referring to following one- it looks to be interesting 70W/ch max and 30W/ch @ 1% THD+N or so straight out of HU... pretty decent, I wish gurus take that discussion further! the concerned HU does use some kind of switching amp inside (class D, T, X or whatever they name it)
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...power-hus.html (High power HUs)
Untill someone HEARS this product and cheks if it has the amps to rattle a sub we would have to leave that discussion open. In the end it is all about the music and if the amp in that HU does not make music it is worthless.
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yes Navin, actually I meant to say that I wish somebody gets access to that HU first and hear it. From numbers one can not expect it to rattle a sub, however even if it has enough juice for rest of the speakers (need not be capable of going too loud but should deliver good quality, and leaving the sub to its dedicated mono amp), it will still be an attractive preposition for many, no?
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