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Old 21st June 2007, 01:44   #46
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Hello Your Lordship!
So when Hydra said '-3' did he actually mean '0'?
0 = less treble
+3 = more treble.... right?

What's the default factory setting?
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Default is umm 0. I think. Or is it, lol.

Yes +3 is more treble.

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Hi rocksterraghu could u please tell me the total cost of ur system with each component u've installed...

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Razor, there's a jumper in the crossover. 0 and +3.
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So when Hydra said '-3' did he actually mean '0'?
0 = less treble
+3 = more treble.... right?
Only a "0" & "-3"? I was under the impression there was a "-3", "0" & "+3" setting. My mistake

Yep, by "-3" I meant less treble.
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Here are a few snaps (of baleno's A-pillars/mirror panels)




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Raghu, GTO-607C's in the front door are 6-1/2", right? Did you need any cutting or spacers etc. to accommodate them in stock locations?
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it is very difficult to flush mount one there...I would prefer the door instead....
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Thanks for the comment, LBM bro. The depth of mirror panel as measured from window glass is about 1.5". How much does a typical tweeter need?
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it is very difficult to flush mount one there...I would prefer the door instead....
what about the mirror pod.Sam, I think had posted a series of photos detailing how to do this (or was that you or Gunbir?).
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what about the mirror pod.Sam, I think had posted a series of photos detailing how to do this (or was that you or Gunbir?).
I think you are referring to this thread, I have read that. It is not about flush mounting, it is some complicated way to hide surface mounted tweeter, if I got it right.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/diy-do...-tweeters.html
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It was me. And it's not THAT complicated *injured look* lol
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Thanks for the comment, LBM bro. The depth of mirror panel as measured from window glass is about 1.5". How much does a typical tweeter need?
I did not get that part but if you made a sketch then it will help a lot...

About the Sam Bhai mounting technique it is a good way for mounting the tweeter I think you should give it a try....and it is not at all difficult....
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I did not get that part but if you made a sketch then it will help a lot...

About the Sam Bhai mounting technique it is a good way for mounting the tweeter I think you should give it a try....and it is not at all difficult....
I said complicated by the standard of people who want to keep changes/interference in stock parts to a bare minimum, unless it is a must Regarding 1.5", it should be clear in this picture:

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tweeter can be installed here easily...try removing it and see the space behind it...also the surface is flat there or not.....a little work will need to be done to make it flat so that the tweeter is mounted with its face matching the base.
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try removing it and see the space behind it...
I am refraining from that because I don't know locations of screws and plastic locks (whatever applicable), where all to press/pull to open! Being a car's interior, they have done a good job to hide ugly screws etc, and I am afraid brute forcing may cause (quite expensive!) damage Do you know any pointers where such apparently trivial, but important details can be found?

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also the surface is flat there or not.....a little work will need to be done to make it flat so that the tweeter is mounted with its face matching the base.
the triangular surface is pretty flat except near the vertical edge (bend), and I think the flat area is more than enough for typical tweeters. I was not sure about the depth only (1.5"), but you seem to say that it is sufficient too (provided the space behind happens to be empty!).
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