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Old 28th June 2007, 14:00   #1
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Default ICE in the Most unexpected Vehicles

I spotted this vehicle being prepared at one of the accessory shops, its one of those ACE Tempos, and guess what was being fitted,
FUSION Car audio.

List of equipment
Pioneer 2950 HEad Unit (Rs 5500)
Fusion 6.5" Coaxial Speakers (Rs 4000)
Fusion 10" Single coil woofer loaded in an MDF Enclosure (Rs 5000)
Kenwood 2 Channel Amplifier. (Rs 4500)

This guy puts those people to shame who say ICE is not worth it and so on.

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The Vehicle



The Speaker



The Multicolor Speaker Box Cloth was done specially by the owner himself, as the Dealer said he did not have any of that material.



Subwoofer getting ready to be fitted in the car



Could not get pic of amp as it was already installed under the seat.
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Come to Kerala and travel in some of the autorickshaws in the small towns - how about 4 speakers + Sub + 2nd hand amp in an autorickshaw?

I've always wondered how the passengers take it.
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hehe most autos turn off the sound once customers get in
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I guess even bangalore has the craze, you can see auto's in bangalore with big box speakers (normally used at homes) loud music playing.
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Satya that chap sure has some good taste .
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I guess even bangalore has the craze, you can see auto's in bangalore with big box speakers (normally used at homes) loud music playing.
Your guess is rite. One occasionally get to listen to that dik chick dik chik music from the auto's and cabs which is a sore to the ear.
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the first auto with dhinchak music that I saw was in Mumbai (andheri) around 10 years back with loud voice like "Tum to tehre pardesi saath kya nibhaoyge...." and "Pee raha tha ik din main beyer baar main..." now, please dont make fun...."pee" as in drinking OK!
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well some of the trucks in Punjab have loud ICE installed. Infact some of them even have sing song horns. And how can I forget the beautiful sticker and ribbon work on some of them..some of them actually look awesome.

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the first auto with dhinchak music that I saw was in Mumbai (andheri) around 10 years back with loud voice like "Tum to tehre pardesi saath kya nibhaoyge...." and "Pee raha tha ik din main beyer baar main..." now, please dont make fun...."pee" as in drinking OK!
abb beer baar mein PEEoyege to PEE karne bhi jana padega panky ... Looking forward to the PEEne ka session with you in the coming meet maan.
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The perfect example of Dhin chak Dhin chak is our Auto rickshaws.
There's one doing rounds in Cochin with a Necvox LCD screen sitted in and Boss bass tube.
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one from my side....

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Is that ported head driving?
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Is that ported head driving?
I dont think so..

how come you came to this conclusion.
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Is that ported head driving?
Looks like him
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It really does. He was talking of getting a job after exams. Now we know...
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There are plenty of 3 wheelers (mostly Bajaj REs) with audio systems all over Kerala. This is mostly in what are known as "Gulf Pockets", where expat money is flowing.
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There are plenty of 3 wheelers (mostly Bajaj REs) with audio systems all over Kerala. This is mostly in what are known as "Gulf Pockets", where expat money is flowing.
I see a lot of 4 wheelers, in what can be called as "IT Pocket" or "$$ Pocket", rocking Pioneer-JBL combos! There is a lot of expat money flowing too. They are not much different from people you are referring to, except that their vehicles have one extra wheel, a steering instead of handle, and the color of their collar leans more toward White than Blue.

BTW, never heard of this speaker brand Fusion... How is it and what segment does it cater to? (the price of their coaxial seems to be on par with well respected ICE brands)
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