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Old 10th October 2007, 08:04   #46
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Old 10th October 2007, 10:39   #47
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HU is goanna be a choice between PIO 6950 and 7950
And the rear speakers will be mostly JBL GTO 937...
Still confused about the front speakers .. Illusion or JBL (6x9 component)

Now questions.......
1) That 1 year Autofusion warranty would be really required
2) I have an AUX cable, so the iPod cable can be dropped?
3) how different it will be if i drop the idea of front speakers
1. for the front you need 6" components not 6x9.
2. Get a MANUFACTURER's warranty. Autofusion might not be around as long as JBL or Illusion.
3. an AUx cable will work fine but it wont let your HU control your ipod nor will your HU's display show the song being played on the ipod
4. If you sit in the front why deny yourself front speakers?

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Old 10th October 2007, 11:23   #48
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1. for the front you need 6" components not 6x9.
2. Get a MANUFACTURER's warranty. Autofusion might not be around as long as JBL or Illusion.
3. an AUx cable will work fine but it wont let your HU control your ipod nor will your HU's display show the song being played on the ipod
4. If you sit in the front why deny yourself front speakers?


6x9 was a typing mistake...

With manufactuers warranty the 7950 will cost 14.5k i believe and its wasy too much for me... 9k for HU is fine with me.. Does anyone here bought PIO HU from Grey market?....


True fact about hte front speakers.. I ddint think of it...

So which one is better for the front?... need a suggestion on this

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6x9 was a typing mistake...

With manufactuers warranty the 7950 will cost 14.5k i believe and its wasy too much for me... 9k for HU is fine with me.. Does anyone here bought PIO HU from Grey market?....


True fact about hte front speakers.. I ddint think of it...

So which one is better for the front?... need a suggestion on this
I got my 7950UB thru blueraven for 9K abt a month back.. Dont know current prices..they come with "Blueraven warranty"

Get the Illusions for the front dude you wont regret.. have you listened to them anwyay??

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Does anyone here bought PIO HU from Grey market?....
So which one is better for the front?... need a suggestion on this
1. Trust me, majority here would buy HU grey!

2. Since your choice is limited from the 2, audition them and choose. Just for a reference, gurus here suggest using the same brand in front and rear.
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I got my 7950UB thru blueraven for 9K abt a month back.. Dont know current prices..they come with "Blueraven warranty"

Get the Illusions for the front dude you wont regret.. have you listened to them anwyay??

Nimz
Need to audition JBL and Illusion today.. have called up the autoshop guy... Any other brand for front...?


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1. Trust me, majority here would buy HU grey!

2. Since your choice is limited from the 2, audition them and choose. Just for a reference, gurus here suggest using the same brand in front and rear.
Yup, now the choice is limited almost to 2 of the PIO's... given there are no alpine or blau or any other brand models available with the PIO look, features and compatitive grey market price...


The main difference i see between these 2 are...
1) built-in bluetooth in case of 7950.. But 6950 need CD-BTB200..
2) 7950 -> "iBus" Direct Control (CD-I200 Required)... 6950-> USB Control (CD-IU50 Required)
3) USB: 7950 -> CD-UB100 Required... 6950-> Built-In USB Control

So the 6950 also has built-in USB control?...


How much would iPod cable and USB cable cost?

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Anyone has an idea of pio HU prices in Singapore?... 6950 or 7950..
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Finally..
Ending comparisons.. auditions... confusions...

I got ma ICE fitted ... (Thanks to BlueRaven)

Head Unit: Pio DEH-P7950UB
Back: JBL GTO 0937
Front: EFX (Scosche HDX067)
Wiring: EFX

For front speakers confision was between JBL 607 and EFX, but it got ended when blueraven suggested the EFX for me .. lol


And very thanks to all you guys for your valuable comments... appreciate it...

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the cost? and the place
Everything is through blueraven.. and got fitted the ICE from "professional sound" in jeevanbhima nagar...

and price ...


Head Unit: Pio DEH-P7950UB -> 9300/- (without b&w)
Back: JBL GTO 0937 - > 4000/-
Front: EFX (Scosche HDX067) -> 5800/-
Wiring + labour -> 1000/-
Tray -> 900/-

Total 21k....
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