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Old 16th August 2007, 11:50   #1
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Thumbs up Elantra ICE Setup

Hey Guys,

My ICE setup is as follows:

1) Head Unit: Pioneer AVH-P6850DVD

2-DIN 7" Wide In-Dash Fully Motorized LCD Color Display with 4-Channel High-Power 6-Disc Multi-DVD/VCD/CD Receiver
Features
DVD auto play
Bookmark play (6 discs)
iPod adapter ready
Bluetooth adapter ready
Built-in MPEG 2/1 decoder
Built-in decoder (Dolby Digital)
6-disc CD/DVD changer
96 kHz/24-bit DAC (for audio)
10-bit video DAC
EEQ
5-mode preset equalizer
1-mode custom preset equalizer
3-band parametric equalizer
HPF
4-mode staging (Music Studio/Dynamic Theater/Actors Stage/Relax Living)
5 wide screen modes (Just/Full/Cinema/Zoom/Normal)
3 RCA preouts (front + rear + subwoofer)
IP-Bus input
A/V inputs and outputs
Optical digital output (DTS, Linear PCM)
AV-Bus input
2 RCA Audio/Video inputs (input 1: Audio/Video, input 2: Audio/Video or backup camera)
1 RCA Video output (rear)
Backup camera input
RGB input (26-pin)
Multi-channel processor (DEQ-P7650) control
Connectable with AVG-VDP1 Vehicle Dynamics Processor
External unit control via IP-Bus (2 units)
AUX-in (with mini jack and optional CD-RB10 and CD-RB20)
Level indicator
Spectrum analyzer
Joystick remote control
Multi-language guide - caution message only (English/Spanish/Portuguese/Traditional Chinese)
LCD MONITOR
7" wide TFT active matrix LCD color screen
AG (Anti-Glare) coated LCD color screen
Virtual GUI (Graphic User Interface)
Fully motorized unit with display angle adjustment (5 steps )
New split-screen IC
Built-in GDC (Graphics Display Controller)

2) RCA & POWER CABLING: SCOSCHE EFX

Part#: AKPA4BL
BLUE DUAL AMP P/A WRE KT
Blue / Silver EFX 4 gauge Dual Amp Power and Audio Kit (Includes 2 - A17G2BL twisted pair RCA's)

3) DAMPING: Fwd Speakers: FOCAL Propritery Damping with MDF resonance damping rings.
Rear Fillers: FOCAL Propritery & Dynamat
Subs (In The Boot): 3RAX Antivibration Fluid & Dynamat.

4) FORWARD COMPONENTS:

TWEETER: FOCAL TN 45 Polyglass

Max Power Handling:100 W
Nominal Power Handling: 15 W
Sensitivity: 92 dB
Freq Response: 3 kHz - 20 kHz
Size: 45mm (1-3/4")
Titanium inverted dome
Phase plug
Néodimium magnet,
20 mm (3/4") ferrofluided v.coil

WOOFER: FOCAL 6 K2

165mm (6-1/2") midbass,
40mm (1-3/8") v.coil, 100mm (4") magnet
Max Power Handling: 200 W
Nominal Power Handling: 100 W
Sensitivity: 92 dB
Freq Response: 60 Hz - 20 kHz

CROSSOVER: FOCAL FA K2

2-way separate high-pass crossover
18 dB/oct. (3,5 kHz)
Adjustable tweeter level

5) REAR COMPONENTS: FOCAL 690CV1 Polyglass

Product type: Coaxial kit
Depth from wall: 93.1mm (3.7")
Cut-out diameter: 149x222mm (5.9"x8.7")
Voice coil: 32mm (1.3")
Magnet: 90mm (3.5")
Woofer: 164x235mm (6"x9") Polyglass cone
Tweeter: Aluminum inverted dome
Nominal impedance: 4 Ohms
Frequency response (+/-3dB): 50Hz - 20kHz
Sensitivity (2.83V/1m): 93dB
Nom. power: 80W
Max. power: 160W
Description: Coaxial 164x235mm elliptical (6"x9") kit, built in crossover, rotating tweeter.

6) COMPONENT AMP: ALPINE MRP-F250 (Driving components @ 4ohms)

4/3/2 Channel Operation
High Temperature Protection
Subsonic Filter
Bass EQ Circuit
Adjustable Crossover (HP/LP)
MOSFET Power Supply
DC-DC PWM Power Supply
Discrete Pre-Amp Stage
STAR Circuitry
Auto Over-Current Protection
MultiMode
Top Mounted Blue LED Power/Status Indicator
Input Channel Selector
Gold Plated RCA Input Connectors
Continuously Adjustable Gain Control
Speaker Level Inputs
Gold Plated Power Screw Terminals
Gold Plated Speaker Terminals
4-Layer Glass Epoxy PC Board
CEA-2006 Power Rating (40hm at 14.4V = 1%THD+N), S/N 80dBA (Ref. 1W into 4Ohm): 40W x 4
RMS Power (at 14.4V THD+N, 20Hz-20kHz)
Per channel into 4 ohms: 40W x 4 (0.08% THD)
Per channel into 2 ohms: 75W x 4
Brigded 4 ohms: 180W x 2
Bass Engine® Sound Tuning
Crossover Frequency : 50Hz - 400Hz HP/LP/Off(-12dB/oct)
Subsonic Filter (Fixed): 15Hz
Bass EQ Frequency (Fixed): 50Hz +12dB (Ch-3/4) On/Off
Dimensions
Heat Sink (WxHxD) mm: 232mm x 241mm x 60mm
Foot Print (WxHxD) mm: 279mm x 241mm x 60mm
General
Power Requirements: 14.4V DC (11V to 16V)
Fuse Type: 15A x 2
Frequency Response: 10Hz - 50kHz (+0,-1dB)
Signal to Noise (S/N): 100dBA (Reference to Rated Power)
Input Sensitivity (For Rated Power): 0.2V to 4.0V (1.0 at Center Detent)
Input Impedance: 10k Ohm
Speaker Impedance: 4 or 2 ohm Bridged
Weight: 2.7 Kg

7) SUBWOOFER AMP: KICKER ZX 1000.1

Class: D
RMS Power @ 14.4 V In Watts @ 2ohms Mono <1.5% THD+N: 1000
Length: 425mm
Ht: 54mm
Width: 244mm
Freq Response: 20Hz - 200Hz
Signal To Noise Ratio: >95 dB, a-weighted, @ rated power
Input Sensitivity: 125mV - 5V low level, 250mV - 10V high level
Electronic Crossover: Variable Low-Pass, 50-200Hz, 24dB per octave
Defeatable High Pass 12dB per octave @ 25Hz
Bass Boost: Variable 0 to +18dB boost @ 40Hz

8) SUB WOOFERS: KICKER CompVR DCVR 12 (Dual 12 inchers with enclosure)
Nominal impedence (Ohm): 2
Sensitivity (SPLo),dB @ 1W, 1m: 98
Power Handling Watts, Peak (RMS): 1600,(800)

9) CAPACITOR: EARTHQUAKE

MODEL: PHC-15
Max Power: 2000 Watts
Capacity: 1.5 Farad
PCB working status flash blue LEDs
Fluorescent cap ring
Digital voltage meter
High-current handling
Polarity protection circuit
Audible voltage protection circuit
Lowest E.S.R. 24 VDC foil with maximum moment discharge.
Working Voltages: 10-24VDC

I spent 5 continuous days from 10am - 10pm getting it right...the damping, especially the liquid damping took the longest time to dry (total of 10hrs).

But it is finally finished!!
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Old 16th August 2007, 12:18   #2
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All this and no pics!
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Old 16th August 2007, 12:23   #3
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Sir, post pics please
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Old 16th August 2007, 12:26   #4
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Aha, a FOCAL setup eh? Pics please.
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Old 16th August 2007, 12:42   #5
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That's a whole lot of great equipment there.

Before somebody goes wild and mad, we would all love to see some snaps. Please!

where did you source the equipment from? Where was the install done?
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Old 16th August 2007, 12:58   #6
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wow what a setup mind-blowing,pics will do alot of justice to us
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Old 16th August 2007, 20:09   #7
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There is one 'Bafna Motors' here in Pune. This guy sourced all the equipment & did the install & initial fine tuning.

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Nice stuff gone into the car , but why was the Bass controller installed in the boot next to the amp and behind the subs ?? it is supposed to be somewhere handy on / below the dash near the driver so that you can adjust the bass as needed.
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Nice install Vivek, which is the brand of cable used from the Kicker Mono amp to the Sub? I see a Blue and Silver coloured cable for it. What brand is it?
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Hey Kiran,

ALL details in the setup post...(SCOSCHE EFX).

Hey Blueraven,

My HU can easily do the needful... it has its own programmable filters etc...since it came with the remote...i just put it up for convenience..
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Nice install Vivek, which is the brand of cable used from the Kicker Mono amp to the Sub? I see a Blue and Silver coloured cable for it. What brand is it?
No idea what brand but even my Sub has similar cable.Incidently my setup was also done by Bafna
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Hey Kiran, ALL details in the setup post...(SCOSCHE EFX).
No Vivek, it is not Scosche for sure. I saw it in Amey's Skoda and I was sure it wasn't made by Scosche. Thought you bought some subwoofer cable extra.
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Hey Kiran,

ALL details in the setup post...(SCOSCHE EFX).

Hey Blueraven,

My HU can easily do the needful... it has its own programmable filters etc...since it came with the remote...i just put it up for convenience..
Well, if it serves your purpose , then it's fine, but the effect generated from increasing the Bass on a head and on the bass control is very different, the response differs from amp to amp over the bass control, A bass control is typically for switching between Genres of music and it gives you additional control over the Lows generated.
For Ex: For some Trance numbers the Mids from the speakers are important, hence the bass control can be kept on the lower side, for hip hop it's maybe half way thru or more as you need more thud and boom, some hard rock and metal numbers dont generate that much lows, hence the bass contol lets you increase and adjust to feel the bass drums playing by directly controlling the amp, basically giving a boost upto 18 db.
Whereas on the head it just plays with the preamp output which after a level introduces jarr as it goes through the head's crossover and not directly to the amp.
If you have not, then give it a try using the bass control handy, you will feel the difference in time.
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Hey Guys!

Kiran... the wire from the amp to the subs is as follows:

Monster Car Audio. S12 - 2XLN Two Conductor
XLN- Xtra Low Noise

Blueraven...got the bass control upfront. thanks man!!
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Sorry for going OT: is there is a bass control for JBL 301.1? I'd love to have it in front cauz lot many times I just want to hear a song with little to no bass.
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