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Old 8th April 2007, 15:48   #16
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Phew!!!

Doing the install was easier than uploading and posting pics.

Its finished veerey. Drop by at Arush's sometime and hear it. I also look forward to seeing your new setup sometime soon.
Great job. Very nice setup. Great attention to detail. Good work with the lighting also, the sub looks mean with the blue light bouncing off it. Its a 10 on 10 as far as I am concerned, and I'm sure I can say that without having listened to it.
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Very Very Nice !!!!!!!!!!
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great job man,keep doing good job.
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congrats arush, so you finally got the amp fitted.
Had previewed the setup when this setup was connected to an amp half as powerful as the current lrx4.1k
it must be sounding heavenly now, am coming tomorrow for a demo
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Thanks everyone for your kind words. This thread is actually the concise version. The detailed thread would have 328 pics!!!

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Had previewed the setup when this setup was connected to an amp half as powerful as the current lrx4.1K
Yes, when you last saw/heard it, the system was temporarily running on 65w x2 + 220w x1, versus the 130w x2 + 500w x1 now.

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Yes, when you last saw/heard it, the system was temporarily running on 65w x2 + 210w x1, versus the 130w x2 + 500w x1 now.
Phaji.....I think it would be 65 x 2 + 220 x 1 ......and I assume that the amp would be LRx 4.300..........
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Phaji.....I think it would be 65 x 2 + 220 x 1 ......and I assume that the amp would be LRx 4.300..........
Hahaha... of course my friend, of course. I was off by 4.5454545454545454545454545454545%

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Hahaha... of course my friend, of course. I was off by 4.5454545454545454545454545454545%

or we can say in simple words.....the differnce was of 10 watts.....
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Gunbir, lovely photo essay if only you could do the same for KB's system! :-) LOL
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Gunbir, lovely photo essay if only you could do the same for KB's system! :-) LOL
Well I could actually... but not without his consent. It is eventually his car, his system and thus, his photos. Since its clear KB has no intention of ever posting his install here, why go on
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hmmmm......KB sir where are you....has your net connection working now.....we all at T-bhp are waiting for the pics sir so that we can stop beating the dead horse.....
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Well I could actually... but not without his consent.
I did not know this. I thought he just did not have the time.

I just dont have the skill. All this digital stuff confuses me. What resolution do you use for your snaps Gunbir? 800x600? I have setup my digicam to take RAW pics as it makes for best prints, and the files sizes are huge.

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I did not know this. I thought he just did not have the time.

I just dont have the skill. All this digital stuff confuses me. What resolution do you use for your snaps Gunbir? 800x600? I have setup my digicam to take RAW pics as it makes for best prints, and the files sizes are huge.
one can use photoshop tp edit the pics....or much easy upload the picture with the resizing option on the imageshack or photo bucket to make it the size which you require.....
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Well I could actually... but not without his consent. It is eventually his car, his system and thus, his photos. Since its clear KB has no intention of ever posting his install here, why go on

Well... Yes .... Gunman is right - at one point I HAD no intention of doing so .... for various reasons that have since been stowed away as un-resolvable. And yes - TIME has been the only constraint since.

March in Financial services has to be seen to be believed! In fact the month lingers.. with us neck deep in consolidating all year-end reports / doing our annual budgets etc .. looks like the next fortnight is shot as well!

and LBM,,yes I FINALLY got my net connectivity up at home YESTERDAY!! .. but I dont think I'll get home until midnight for the next fortnight!

Therefore I will be grateful if Gunman can do the honours and put up the pics!... He will be able to detail the install far better than I would be in any case!!

Thank you all for your patience!

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I just dont have the skill. All this digital stuff confuses me. What resolution do you use for your snaps Gunbir? 800x600? I have setup my digicam to take RAW pics as it makes for best prints, and the files sizes are huge.
Our install digicam is a simple P&S Nikon that has really good results and compresses well. My original file size is 1024 x 768 with a typical size of around 200kb which Photobucket resizes quickly to 800 x 600 which is perfect for posting here. We dont take hi-res pics because we don't see the point.

We will probably never ever print them, they are for online use only, so we stick with a low res setting. That way this whole install's pics, all 328 of them, weigh in at about 57mb total. Quick transfers, quick uploads, quick sharing. Makes sense, doesn't it?

@KB, I will put them up as soon as I can. Thanks.

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