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Old 10th October 2007, 02:08   #91
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Update: ICE Upgrades !

Well guys,
It was time for some upgrades with the ICE

Here are the basic details,

1] Illusion Lucent LM6.1 Front Components
2] Ground Zero GZRW 12XD-AL Sub + Enclosure
3] 1000W Mono Amp [Thanks to B&T]

Cheers !
Amey
We need to meet up soon and you gotta stop giving crappy excuses like "I'm studying".

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I would also like to thank B&T for all his help and support !
Did they give you an Oscar for you to make that speech. If B&T tries to support you, all his settings will be permanently set to FLAT
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Old 10th October 2007, 11:00   #92
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@ Vikram, Oh sure, anytime, lemme know when

Well Support from B&T = Constant nagging him with questions, seeking advice, different permutation combinations and so on
Support as in not for the actual product itself
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Did they give you an Oscar for you to make that speech. If B&T tries to support you, all his settings will be permanently set to FLAT
More like a Miss India speech with the exclusion of "World Peace". The members of the "Roak Star Cult" call him Amee now, remember?
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Can we see the upgrade pics please Amee? And a review to support it.
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Old 26th October 2007, 10:34   #95
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Phew !
I guess NOW my setup is complete and sincerely pray to god that nothing crops up now and i dont get infected like Shrivz

Update: (Hopefully FINAL)

1] HU changed from Alpine 9855- Pioneer P80RS
2] Professionally tuned by a certain tuner.lol

So now i can firmly claim that my humble little ride is ready for demoing if anyone wants

Pics coming up soon !
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HU changed from Alpine 9855- Pioneer P80RS
Congrats on the upgrade.

So how did you found the P80 in comparison to the Alpine.
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Old 26th October 2007, 10:40   #97
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Congrats Amey, Finally your setup is complete. If you can make it to the Sunday meet then would love to hear it and hopefully mine will also be done and tuned .
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So how did you found the P80 in comparison to the Alpine.
Sounds sweet but still getting used to the interface.Its such a pain to get used to different HU

BTW, here is what my final setup stands as of today -

1] Pioneer P80RS HU
2] JBL GTO 75.4 Amp for the speakers
3] 1000W Mono Bloc for the Sub
4] Ground Zero GZRW 12XD-AL Sub
5] Illusion Luccent LM6.1 Front components
6] Illusion Electra EL62 Rear Co-Axials
7] Ichibahn Ikit8 Cabling
8] Ground Zero 4Ga for Mono

I guess thats all for now

@ Kumar,
I will definitely try to make it, in fact i want to.

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congrats on your new setup amala .the poorest man still hard at work eh
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Congrats Amey! That should be one killer setup!

A couple of questions -

1. Any SQ difference between P80 and 9855 that you've noticed?
2. What make is the monoblock?
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Sounds sweet
Am sure it must be....I auditioned JVC, Pio and Alpine yesterday. Pio was way ahead.
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1. Any SQ difference between P80 and 9855 that you've noticed?
I have auditioned both the setups and I can say the Pio is nice and sweeter than the 9855. The 9855 is a problematic HU.

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Anything but that will be revealed .
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Any Idea what is the price of P80?
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Any Idea what is the price of P80?
No idea. It ranges between 20-24k here in India. If you procure one from the Gulf, it should be around 17k and in USA it retails at about 350-400 USD.
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Cutting shutting business is best avoided. The stock locations offer a good fit for 6.5 inch co-axials and you should go for it. This saves the boot space. If you put 6x9's in the hatch door and fill up luggage to the brim then you'll hardly hear the speakers.
I was not aware that the 6.5 inch speakers could be fixed in the rear door..

the radio mechanic at my place has put a wooden board and he has installed the rear speakers and to this date, i am not very happy with the output.

it's a Sony HU with kicker 6x9 rear speaker and pioneer 4" front speakers
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