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Old 24th August 2007, 18:45   #31
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What about the Prices ?
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Old 24th August 2007, 19:11   #32
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Front compos 15k plus or so.
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Old 26th August 2007, 00:23   #33
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I met vikram today at Poona Motors. The install had just been completed.

One tweeter from the front components was faulty, and it needs to be replaced. Otherwise, the setup was sounding really sweet.

Will hear it again once its tuned.

Congrats vikram once again!
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Old 26th August 2007, 02:12   #34
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A faulty tweeter? Are you sure? That sounds weird. I've never heard of a faulty tweeter in brand new components.
Are you sure it wasn't a misconnection or perhaps overdriven by mistake?
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Old 26th August 2007, 02:55   #35
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Yeah! It does sound shocking. Any idea how it happened?
Hertz build quality is very very good.
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Old 26th August 2007, 03:30   #36
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A faulty tweeter? Are you sure? That sounds weird. I've never heard of a faulty tweeter in brand new components.
Are you sure it wasn't a misconnection or perhaps overdriven by mistake?
Nope sam, no misconnection, neither was it overdriven. The left tweeter is working fine and so is my earlier Polk Momo, when tested at the right location. Just pure bad luck I guess, as I've never heard of such a thing as well.
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Old 26th August 2007, 03:31   #37
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Yeah! It does sound shocking. Any idea how it happened?
Hertz build quality is very very good.
It just didn't work, that's it! And btw, the rest of the setup, even with a missing tweeter is SWEET!!!
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Old 26th August 2007, 12:58   #38
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It just didn't work, that's it! And btw, the rest of the setup, even with a missing tweeter is SWEET!!!
Vikram

A new tweeter is on its way to you. The failure is shocking as HERTZ has a zero defect track record. Anyways, this is what warranty is for.

Now how about some pics...

Enjoy!
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Yeah! The warranty is always there for these kind of 'expected' events!
Glad you bought it with B&W.

Hertz speakers does sound a lot sweet and beautiful. It's an experience which can oly be described after listening it.
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Congrats Vikram! So you managed to get the install done early huh? Pics please! And enjoyyyyyyyy!
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Old 26th August 2007, 17:10   #41
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Vikram

A new tweeter is on its way to you. The failure is shocking as HERTZ has a zero defect track record. Anyways, this is what warranty is for.

Now how about some pics...

Enjoy!
These things happen. No hard feelings. You've been a great help. Thanks for everything. I'm ecstatic!
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Gunbir do you think the tinsel lead could have come loose in shipping?

vickram, how did you conclude he tweeter was faulty? did you measure it with a ohmeter?
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vickram, how did you conclude he tweeter was faulty? did you measure it with a ohmeter?
Even though you have inserted a "c" in my name (Mumbai street humor), you're forgiven for rightly calling the impotent tweeter male. Yes my dear friend. Even though I am what your name means to the ICE fraternity, I did ask my installer to check. Dead said Fred
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Even though you have inserted a "c" in my name (Mumbai street humor), you're forgiven for rightly calling the impotent tweeter male. Yes my dear friend. Even though I am what your name means to the ICE fraternity, I did ask my installer to check. Dead said Fred
Both were typos. They are my speciality. you were warned. :-)
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/introd...tml#post122261 (Know your Moderators)

I am sorry for mis-spellig your name. I know how it feels. People often mis-spell my name and address me as Naveen. As far as neutering the tweeter it was another typo I meant THE not HE. and I was just ruiling out simple errors.

What does my name mean to ICE? Last I was told "Navin" meant "New or Unique" in Marathi. New I am not (ok I was at birth) and my uniquness is normal - I am as unique as everyone else.
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Both were typos.
What does my name mean to ICE? Last I was told "Navin" meant "New or Unique" in Marathi. New I am not (ok I was at birth) and my uniquness is normal - I am as unique as everyone else.
I said, "I am "Navin" to ICE" i.e. I am a newbie, but I still got the impotent non-Bass&%@# checked
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