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Old 15th May 2007, 18:42   #31
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How much does the 601.1 cost?

Also i cant sacrifice any boot space so it has to be a free air sub.

What is the difference between JBL's GTO 426e and GTO 607c

Is GTO1000B a good sub?

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How much does the 601.1 cost?
The JBL GTO601.1 amp costs just under 20K.
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What is the difference between JBL's GTO 426e and GTO 607c
Is GTO1000B a good sub?

the 426 is 4" cox the 607 is a 6" component (seperate tweeter). The 1000B is a 10" boxed sub (atleast I think it is), thought you wanted free air?
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Thanks Navin, yeah i want a free air sub, can you tell me which one should i look on for looking at the configuration in post no 29

I plan to use to subs with Mono amp 601.1

Please suggest a free air sub in JBL.
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Old 16th May 2007, 13:21   #35
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JBL does not have a free air sub model......Sam Bhai might help on this part....but one can put enclosure with removable connectors so that when required the enclosure can be removed when boot space is required....
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BUSA,
Just for driving JBL GTO607 comps I dont think you need a powerful amplifier like JBL75.4. you can run them with JBL 60.4 as well (I am running my JBL GTO 607 comps in front and rear with 60.4 amp and find it to be adequate). 75.4 would have been good if you wanted to run 2 front comps through the amp and the sub. You can save the money there with 60.4 and buy a better mono amp for the 2 subs that you plan.
Also Since you plan to put the sub in the rear shelf in optra and not the boot, a question that comes to my mind is would 2 subs fit there...
Just my 2 cents here....maybe the gurus can comment more on this...
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Thanks Navin, yeah i want a free air sub, can you tell me which one should i look on for looking at the configuration in post no 29

I plan to use to subs with Mono amp 601.1

Please suggest a free air sub in JBL.
If you plan to use a sub meant for enclosed use, its power handling is reduced in free air and it is more susceptible to damage due to overexcursion. If you use an amp like the 601.1 for the sub, you're certainly going to bust the sub's suspension.

Wait.. 601.1.. Hadnt you mentioned not very long ago that your overall budget is on the lower side of 17-20k or something? Must compliment the gurus.
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JBL does not have a free air sub model......Sam Bhai might help on this part....but one can put enclosure with removable connectors so that when required the enclosure can be removed when boot space is required....
Thanks LBM, the car goes for long drivers like 500kms or so with 5 passengers on board and their lugage is a tight squeeze, so when i need the sub the most it will be removed :(

Thanks Malgudi

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75.4 would have been good if you wanted to run 2 front comps through the amp and the sub.
Bingo, this is what i am going to do currently till i get a Mono Amp. Currently i am going for four compos on each door and a good 4 channel amp is going to power the front compos and the sub (only one sub at the moment) Later i will upgrade to another sub and a mono amp to run both of them.

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Also Since you plan to put the sub in the rear shelf in optra and not the boot, a question that comes to my mind is would 2 subs fit there...
I think two subs will fit without a problem on the parcel shelf of the Optra.

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Hadnt you mentioned not very long ago that your overall budget is on the lower side of 17-20k or something?
Thanks B&T, yes it was on the lower side of 20k but you people have made sure i exceed it

Now what to do about the Mono Amp, i cant in any condition sacrifice boot space, so should i go for one amp (free air) and a JBL GTO 301.1 Monoamp. Can this take the load?
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HU - Blapunkt Bahamas MP46
Front - JBL GTO607c
Rear - JBL GTO 607c
Amp - JBL GTO 75.4
Wiring - JBL Wiring Kit
Mono Amp - JBL GTO 601.1
Damping - Wurth
Suggest me a free air sub and incase i plan to go in for two subs.
Try using the GT 4-12. 2 of these mated to the 601 will make a lot of bass. TGhe 4-12 is quite a flexibel sub but I have not tried it in free air.

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Try using the GT 4-12. 2 of these mated to the 601 will make a lot of bass. TGhe 4-12 is quite a flexibel sub but I have not tried it in free air.
It is a quite good sub having heard in a tube and a sealed box I would any day it in a sealbox....

General
Frequency Response28Hz - 450Hz
Sensitivity93dB
Impedance4 Ohms
Voice-Coil Diameter50mm
Cut-Out Diameter283mm
Mounting Depth161mm
Overall Diameter311mm
Vas100.45 liter
Qts0.43
Fs24.75Hz
Qes0.46
Qms6.46
Sealed Enclosure (vol)28L
Vented Enclosure (vol)64L


For free air use you can get the new pioneer 307F woofer.....which is just added to the new pioneer range...

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Thanks Navin and LBM

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Try using the GT 4-12. 2 of these mated to the 601 will make a lot of bass
How much does the GT 4-12 cost?

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For free air use you can get the new pioneer 307F woofer.....which is just added to the new pioneer range...
How much does the 307F woofer cost?
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How much does the GT 4-12 cost?

How much does the 307F woofer cost?

the GT-4-12 is a old series sub about the price I dont know maybe sam could help us here.....
saw it on the other thread it is for Rs 4990 /-

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/439604-post305.html


about the pioneer 307


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[quote=BUSA;439894]Thanks Navin and LBM



How much does the GT 4-12 cost?

4990/- thats the MRP as always you can get some discount its with B&W
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Thanks LBM, if i go in for this sub, is it worth buying a mono amp like the JBL 601.1 or JBL 301.1 or just use a 4 channel amp like JBL 75.4 to drive the sub and front compos? If i am going for a mono amp isint waste of money to go in for a 75.4 amp for the speakers as some one said that JBLCS 60.4 will just do?
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Thanks LBM, if i go in for this sub, is it worth buying a mono amp like the JBL 601.1 or JBL 301.1 or just use a 4 channel amp like JBL 75.4 to drive the sub and front compos? If i am going for a mono amp isint waste of money to go in for a 75.4 amp for the speakers as some one said that JBLCS 60.4 will just do?
If you plan to put two subs get the 601.1.....but if you plan to put one sub get the 75.4.......and for two option for the speakers I would say get the 75.4 in place of 60.4 as it more powerfull.....and will be cleaner at high volumes......
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