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Old 1st November 2007, 14:09   #31
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Oh the mighty 75.4 one of the most discussed amps is not gonna be amidst us anymore, may its soul rest in peace. Hope we will continue talking about it for some more time in the ICE thread. .

Anyhoo, i got myself some of it's brothers and sisters
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Old 2nd November 2007, 10:09   #32
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Guys got this legend yesterday for 8600 Bucks through grey market.Now i can say i have JBL 75.4 amp.
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Old 2nd November 2007, 12:45   #33
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Guys got this legend yesterday through grey market.Now i can say i have JBL 75.4 amp.
Arrey wah, already spending on the VDi eh. Good choice, any speaker you mate it will be happy

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Old 20th February 2008, 14:19   #34
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hmmm, after all of this and the production being stopped, i still was able to source one 75.4 and a 301.1 for my swift from the grey! never knew ki sam had such a sentiment
for this amp!

okay let the JBL GTO75.4 Rest In Peace.

and who ever from Hyderabad wants the last piece in the bill and warranty, please do pick up the last piece i saw in IMAX prasads ka JBL store! i guess i remember them saying its their last piece and not sure if its still available in grey! hurry up!
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Old 24th February 2008, 09:23   #35
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I picked my 75.4 about 2 years ago i found her in crutchfield i'm gald i never made a mistake with JBLs

75.4 is the Best amps i've seen around flexibility,Power etc etc...

She's the Best!!
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Old 25th February 2008, 12:10   #36
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okay let the JBL GTO75.4 Rest In Peace.
No way She's Resting she does Hard Work in My Car.

I dont Even Wanna think of her packing up

@Sam Any tips on ENsuring Maximum Life of 75.4 would be greatly appreciated

I know that not over working them is good for their i Over worked my AMP once and Shet Cut off for 4 mins i was insane for 4 mins didn't know what to do till she started booming Ma sub again

It was a sonyXplod 300W at 4 Ohms then

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Old 26th February 2008, 00:47   #37
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No way She's Resting she does Hard Work in My Car.

I dont Even Wanna think of her packing up

@Sam Any tips on ENsuring Maximum Life of 75.4 would be greatly appreciated

I know that not over working them is good for their i Over worked my AMP once and Shet Cut off for 4 mins i was insane for 4 mins didn't know what to do till she started booming Ma sub again

It was a sonyXplod 300W at 4 Ohms then

pardon me for hurting any sentiments. i do enjoy this amp in my swift! and want to just grab one more for my accent viva!
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Old 24th March 2008, 12:10   #38
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i grabbed it few days back. its still there in pune. the best amp with full versatility. i am loving it. i love the way it fires the Subs. amazing clarity.
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Guys/Sam,
How do the following models stack up vis-a-vis GTO 75.4? What are the prices for them?
- CS 60.4
- GT5-A604
- GTO504
- PX300.4
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Guys/Sam,
How do the following models stack up vis-a-vis GTO 75.4? What are the prices for them?
- CS 60.4
- GT5-A604
- GTO504
- PX300.4
Not the right place for this query. Read Sam's opening post.
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Old 8th April 2008, 22:57   #41
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Guys got this legend yesterday for 8600 Bucks through grey market.Now i can say i have JBL 75.4 amp.
great price u got it for. i got it for 9300 but its with bill and warranty
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This is the one Amp which I have heard so much about. There has not been one bad review I have heard about this amp.

Shes been on my wish list for quite some time, but due to M shortages, kept postponing and now eager for a 5 channel amp, so even though I know its one of the best VFM 4 channel amps, I wont be getting one.

75.4 - I have heard so much about you and how you have touched the lives of so many ICE buffs. Wishing you a happy retirement.
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Old 9th April 2008, 10:41   #43
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if you hunt for 75.4 i am sure u will still get them. a month ago there was lots of stock in pune.
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great price u got it for. i got it for 9300 but its with bill and warranty
That means you have a printed bill with the serial number of the amp on it? Also the bill should include VAT that you paid and carry the CST number of the vendor? You should have also got a stamped warranty card and the other half couriered to Sahil International Bombay with your name, signature and the dealer details with a rubber stamp on it.

If all above has not been done then your amplifier is as good as a grey market product.
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Arey Phiber baba, he got its for 9.3k with the shopkeepers good faith warranty.

And the warranty card is stamped my Oral Fibroid Intl
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