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Old 2nd February 2008, 09:22   #151
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i'll be donating them, so you are the first. A 5.1 amp + what ever speaker + sub that works!
& i will be second in line, in case clipto333 changes his mind ( which i don't think he will)
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i'll be donating them, so you are the first. A 5.1 amp + what ever speaker + sub that works!
Sure. thanks.

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Old 2nd February 2008, 09:43   #153
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Vaise Navinji, if he plugs the sub into the mains, The VC will just blow. There wont be that much fun lol.
You are right Clip. but there are exceptions...
Some years back (mid 80s) I had visited a CES and EV or Altec had this huge woofer that they had connected to the mains (110V AC). All the woofer did was produce a loud hum. no fire works.
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You are right Clip. but there are exceptions...
Some years back (mid 80s) I had visited a CES and EV or Altec had this huge woofer that they had connected to the mains (110V AC). All the woofer did was produce a loud hum. no fire works.
Navin Ji you have posted it previously also
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You are right Clip. but there are exceptions...
Some years back (mid 80s) I had visited a CES and EV or Altec had this huge woofer that they had connected to the mains (110V AC). All the woofer did was produce a loud hum. no fire works.
LBM, yes i remember navinji posted it earlier also. this confirms he never lies. :-)



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LBM, yes i remember navinji posted it earlier also. this confirms he never lies. :-)
LOL, but it also tells us he's getting there!
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but there are exceptions...
Some years back (mid 80s) I had visited a CES and EV or Altec had this huge woofer that they had connected to the mains (110V AC). All the woofer did was produce a loud hum. no fire works.
That's because it's just a fourth of the power that LBM can potentially draw from the Freedabad grid.
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Disclaimer: For the rest of you lot, do not try this at home. Or in your car.
And do not try shorting a capacitor (1F, 2F.. dont remember what capacity) with a german screwdriver at home, work, play or on the moon.. I believe a certain Yeti did that once just for keedas!
And as you may have guessed, the screwdriver melted!

and... he ended up with this golden crown!



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I saw Ajays GZ wagon-R at at this Mumbai AV Expo, which had a pair of GZ Nuclear series subs. It sounded really nice!! around how much db would it be?
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I saw Ajays GZ wagon-R at at this Mumbai AV Expo, which had a pair of GZ Nuclear series subs. It sounded really nice!! around how much db would it be?
I kept bugging Ajay Bhai for the same but he was very busy at the expo. But now the car install is removed.
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LBM, yes i remember navinji posted it earlier also.
I did not remember posting this earlier. I remember this was a Detriot CES but I forget the year (sometime in the mid 80s).

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LOL, but it also tells us he's getting there!
the one thing I am defintely getting is senility. :-)
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I saw Ajays GZ wagon-R at at this Mumbai AV Expo, which had a pair of GZ Nuclear series subs. It sounded really nice!! around how much db would it be?
143-145. Just guessing. Never measured it.
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143-145. Just guessing. Never measured it.
Was the enclosure sealed one ?
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Was the enclosure sealed one ?
Yes sir, it was a sealed enclosure.
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It sounded really nice!! around how much db would it be?
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143-145. Just guessing. Never measured it.
Amit, please don't listen to music at those numbers - will seriously damage your hearing!

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