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Old 10th June 2007, 13:50   #16
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3) dicky lid facing the rear seat
Can anyone post a pic of speakers fitted into dicky lid ?? Never saw it even on team BHP
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Never saw it even on team BHP
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My friend has fitted ground zero 6x9 on dicky lid of alto. I Will try to post pictures.
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My friend has fitted ground zero 6x9 on dicky lid of alto. I Will try to post pictures.
Thanks man. I was asking because i gonna get my car back from workshop and if i see how the speakers are fitted at the lid it will save me space for 2 subs (or may be 3)

BTW hows the thump compared to enclosures. Also if u can get the wiring pics that goes to the dicky lid it will be good. Coz installers here are a bit DUMB
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Thanks man. I was asking because i gonna get my car back from workshop and if i see how the speakers are fitted at the lid it will save me space for 2 subs (or may be 3)

BTW hows the thump compared to enclosures. Also if u can get the wiring pics that goes to the dicky lid it will be good. Coz installers here are a bit DUMB
I saw someones Scorpio with speakers mounted on the dickey lid. Dont know how they sound but it looked nicely done.
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he best option here is a pair of 6x9 in the boot it can in three install location...

1) rear parcel tray
2) enclosure
3) dick lid facing the rear seat

this will add some low end in your car sound and will make it sound much better
Out of these, I think the rear parcel tray will give better SQ in the case of Alto. Am I right ?

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Out of these, I think the rear parcel tray will give better SQ in the case of Alto. Am I right ?
I have heard enclosure type and dicky lid facing the rear seat options and i liked the both way. but if one needs dickey space then he should have install on dickey lid.
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Thanks man. I was asking because i gonna get my car back from workshop and if i see how the speakers are fitted at the lid it will save me space for 2 subs (or may be 3)

BTW hows the thump compared to enclosures. Also if u can get the wiring pics that goes to the dicky lid it will be good. Coz installers here are a bit DUMB
Hi abhibh,

Here is the picture of Alto Dickey lid with Ground Zero 6x9. and i forget to take a pic of wire. If you really need that let me know will get it.




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Thanks mugen thnx a lot looks nice .. Ya get the wire pics too if u can

BTW wats Ground Zero.. And hows do they sound ?
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Thanks mugen thnx a lot looks nice .. Ya get the wire pics too if u can

BTW wats Ground Zero.. And hows do they sound ?
Welcome Sir.. I will try to get wires pics.

Ground Zero Link. They sounds good and Vfm product, Distributed by B&T.
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Thats a really nice intstall on the dickey lid... Gaurav you can give this kind of install also a thought..
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Hi All,

Thanks for all ur advice,

Mugen, thanks for posting the pics,
I'll be goin today to get the 6x9 fixed in the car.
Will post the pics and let you know how did it go.

Gaurav
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am a dummy in this area but isnt it a bad idea to use dicky as enclosure, both the speakers firing in the same space?? and the rear seats masking the face of the speaker??
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am a dummy in this area but isnt it a bad idea to use dicky as enclosure, both the speakers firing in the same space?? and the rear seats masking the face of the speaker??
I have a similar setup in my M800 and it sure gives good punchy bass compared to boxes.
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