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Old 25th January 2008, 19:44   #91
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I am sorry to hear this my friend. Unfortunately the crazy resident sikh speaks the truth.
Those speakers are not very good and I am sorry you paid your hard earned money for them.
I am sorry to say this my friend, but I do not agree with you on this one. They're mighty fine speakers that sound excellent when (& only when) used in the stock tail-lamp location.
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I am sorry to say this my friend, but I do not agree with you on this one. They're mighty fine speakers that sound excellent when (& only when) used in the stock tail-lamp location.
You must have quaffed some Chinese plum wine. This is positively hilarious - I must have lost 5 pounds off my mid-section laughing at it. Keep it coming. BTW, have you started a travelogue for this trip yet?

PS: We have all heard and seen Chinese ICE components. How about doing a report on Chinese installers?

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Pioneer 8950BR
2 pairs of component 5" speakers - audio dynamics

Since, I do not want to install additional subwoofer boxes, I have put the component speakers in the door speaker compartments.

Irony is , i'm just not enjoying the sound.....paid 25K for HU + speakers....money down the drain.
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PM @blueraven - he can guide you and show you what is good sound. There are a lot of other Benga-boys to help you out - you just have to hollur-u.

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Yes, contact blueraven316, he is the right person to help you out.
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[quote=Bass&Trouble;698851]Good suggestion sir, but I have a hunch that he means to say that the sound is not good when comparing 'normal movie playback' vs 'pure audio'. A bit like the HTIB effect?

A compact home theater system with a lot of deficiencies in sound could appear to be doing a good job during normal movie playback (one without songs :P, hollywood style dishoom-dishoom), but would fall flat on its face with the most untesting audio tracks. reasons for this are far too well known to us.



Hi, Pls be more specific,I'm a novice.
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Friends.....any address in B'lore whom I can see for a "safe & a sound" advice???

Thanks in advance!!
There are really good installers in Bangalore. Auto Fusion (Anwar) is one of them whom I can vouch for. Got my civic done up last month. My sincere advice, if you are looking for good sound, don't try to cut corners, go to a reliable installer even if it costs a bit more. PM me for details.
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Friends.....any address in B'lore whom I can see for a "safe & a sound" advice???

Thanks in advance!!

it might be a installation problem or tuning problem ,which ever the speaker maybe it sounds good only when installed and tuned correctly,

you can contact anwar of 'auto fusion" he will the right person to tune it . or contact me "i will help you out and make sure it sounds good than other brands..."
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you can contact anwar of 'auto fusion" he will the right person to tune it . or contact me "i will help you out and make sure it sounds good than other brands..."
You sure sound very confident of yourself. Do you represent this dynamic company in anyway? i've seen this somewhere else too.
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Spent almost 37k and what i got is this...



Finally i removed everything and done the entire installation myself





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The loose carpet looks cool. But I must suggest to remove it as it might cause any accident.
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The loose carpet looks cool. But I must suggest to remove it as it might cause any accident.
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Brother this is not carpet. This material is called satin. Cool and very very thin cloth, got it from Dad's factory

Look at the amps yaar, Looks really cool
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Rohit thats a nice job and really creative with those satin sheets man. I guess it will come in handy at times

P.S : Hope the amps have proper ventilation for cooling.
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Spent almost 37k and what i got is this...



Finally i removed everything and done the entire installation myself
Looks very nice but is this material flammable?
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Brother this is not carpet. This material is called satin. Cool and very very thin cloth, got it from Dad's factory

Look at the amps yaar, Looks really cool
You are going to always leave the amps on the floor of the trunk like that or these are just some portfolio snaps for the JBL amps?

Have you screwed them down or they are just lying there?

And the satin for the amps is not such a good idea. Satin can catch fire easily. Not just because of the amp heating but if there is ever some minor sparking or something.
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You are going to always leave the amps on the floor of the trunk like that or these are just some portfolio snaps for the JBL amps?

Have you screwed them down or they are just lying there?

And the satin for the amps is not such a good idea. Satin can catch fire easily. Not just because of the amp heating but if there is ever some minor sparking or something.

Yes brother amps are properly fixed with screws..

That thing didn't came in my mind.. Have to remove this...This is looking good but the same is dangerous ...

Thanks...
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Look at the amps yaar, Looks really cool


But safety is first so do what do you thing is best.
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