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Old 30th April 2007, 10:23   #46
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why the EQ should be zilch? just a question
when it comes to audio less is often more. In mast cases where EQ is used it is abused. so my generic recomendation is no EQ.
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when it comes to audio less is often more. In mast cases where EQ is used it is abused. so my generic recomendation is no EQ.

Normal the boat shape pattern is the most popular among people....

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Normal the boat shape pattern is the most popular among people....
How do you define this? can you list the typical values of the range from low to high frequency?
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Has any one tried Infinity Basslink II? Is it available in India? It's 250W RMS and has a frequency range of 20-100hz.
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How do you define this? can you list the typical values of the range from low to high frequency?
that would be the low and highs at the max and the mids at the lowest.....
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Has any one tried Infinity Basslink II? Is it available in India? It's 250W RMS and has a frequency range of 20-100hz.
Check with fellow member RedOne. He's using one is his Land Cruiser.
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Has any one tried Infinity Basslink II? Is it available in India? It's 250W RMS and has a frequency range of 20-100hz.
As Ishan mentioned, RedOne has one I think he bought it from Driven in Delhi.

The BassLink II is not officially available in India from Harman Intnl/JBL.

Unless you want to avoid a sub + amp combo (and some wiring) like the plague, a separate sub & amp would work out to be more VFM. The BassLinkII runs to about 18K, if I'm not mistaken.

BTW, which car are you planning it for?
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Hi Hydra and Raghav,
I'll check out with RedOne.
Im planning for my little Maruti Alto. I think its space saving compared to sub boxes and tubes without much compromise on the bass. I had been looking for reviews in web. Where Basslink I had good reviews, the Basslink II has mixed reviews of blown off sub etc.
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Hello Guru's,
I have an Alpine head unit and two componet alpine speakers on front with two alpine tweeters. The rear speakers are blaupunt 6" standard fitting from the company. Quality wise i m happy with the sound i need to add sub woofer to the set up. I m not in to loud music. i listen to the classic rock mainly and i would like to get some good bass. I have a sony explode 4 channel 600 watts amp with me. Shall I use it and power a 10" jbl subwoofer fixed on an enclousure. or do u guys think of a value for money good set up for my car with a new amp and sub? The car is a skoda.
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a 10" sub would be inadequate for your car. I'd suggest a 12" ported sub. an amp upgrade would also help, since a sony amp would be the weak link (sound quality wise) since your HU and speakers are alpine. Which is the sony amp's model no ?
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thanks green horn, forget the sony pls suggest a amp and subwoofer set which will give me a quality bass on the existing set up. Or is it ok to go with an active subwoofer tube? Does it give sustantial sound improvement on amplifing the front components aswell?
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