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Old 7th October 2008, 11:13   #301
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Hmm I would not take this as a ideal stuff. There can be lots of variations and it will depends on the equipment you are going to install.
Sure I think Gunbir was making a general statement. My home audio system for example has a 200W sub amp, 35W midbass amp, and 12W tweeter amp.
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Sure I think Gunbir was making a general statement. My home audio system for example has a 200W sub amp, 35W midbass amp, and 12W tweeter amp.
Maybe a general statement but in audio world there are no absolutes.
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Any idea to reduce the harshness or lets say brightness of the tweeter,
I am fully satisfied with it's performance,just for experiment sake.
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Any idea to reduce the harshness or lets say brightness of the tweeter,
I am fully satisfied with it's performance,just for experiment sake.
If you are fully satisfied, dont do anything to it.

"Reduce the harshness" implies that there is some harsh charachter to the treble that you want to get rid of. Even if there is, you cant do anything about it unless you equalize.

There are many definitions of brightness. If you mean it is louder than the midwoofer (level only), you can (in ascending order of cost involved):

1. Place the tweeter further away
2. Increase attenuation by introducing a suitable L-Pad
3. Go active and trim gains on the tweeter channels.
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Yaar Gill ji add a little EQ on the highs everthing will be set.
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Thanks Ajay Bhai LBM bai!Got it.

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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/sound-off-show-off/13665-saga-low_bass_makker-62.html#post629722

Was thinking about ways to protect the speakers from water or moisture,If one does something similar as LBM has done in the above post, will it effect the enclosure volume of the mid-bass.
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Old 14th February 2011, 19:24   #308
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Forgot to update the thread! Some changes were made in the setup in Nov 2009. Front Speakers and amplifier was changed. Power wire was changed as well, now itís a 2awg. Speaker and RCA is Audison. Kept the old HU and Subwoofer. I have attached some pictures, wasnít able to click many, as the install was done by me, and installation took full two days.

Cheers!

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Older Audison Power kit FPK300 8Awg kit was brought into use during the install. Itís now feeding the Sub.It took around 90 mins to change the side of Audison trim on the amplifier.
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Tweeter Pods.Got two pairs made, one flush mount and in other one tweeter sits in.
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Hmmmmm the guy is by after a long brake, I do remember the amp mounting was troubling you finally where did you mount it.

Lovely tweets pod looks like they are made of wood, how they are installed on the dash or the pillar's ?
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