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Old 9th April 2008, 10:58   #46
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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.
i have to collect the bill yet as karim didnt have the new cst bst bill book. but yes there is a orange warranty card with two parts. its not sent to sahil international though. its the same thing as the dealers warranty i suppose. the other way of selling it grey.

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i have to collect the bill yet as karim didnt have the new cst bst bill book. but yes there is a orange warranty card with two parts. its not sent to sahil international though. its the same thing as the dealers warranty i suppose. the other way of selling it grey.
Karim is a nice guy but deal with him properly. Here's why Possible grey market amp. And I have heard that before from him that his book is yet to be printed. Take a stamp from him on the warranty card and you yourself courier the dealer part to Sahil international.
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Karim is a nice guy but deal with him properly. Here's why Possible grey market amp. And I have heard that before from him that his book is yet to be printed. Take a stamp from him on the warranty card and you yourself courier the dealer part to Sahil international.
u r right. i spoke to him. he said i can come to collect the bill. but i know i have to make atleast 2 trips for that. i have to bell the cat.

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Old 14th April 2008, 12:04   #49
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How much was this Great Amp priced at? ANd how much will be the new model would be?
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I too got the 75.4 recently , and if some other brand would have manufactured it, I would never have believed the specs. Two channels at 284 W Rms bridged is rockingg!!
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I managed to get hold of one a couple of days back
thanks to nitrous

It sure is a beast for the price it comes. I cant wait to get it up and running in the car
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So now we have another 75.4 dealer outside of Pune also eh... Whats the dealer's truck running ?
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Guys , need help tuning the 75.4.
I am running a single 12" sub and two rear 6x9s.

Front channel (6x9) operating with HPF in stereo mode
Rear channel (sub) operating with LPF in mono mode

Now :

1) How do I set the gain ie Speakers channel first or Sub channel first ??

2) What does that darn Freq(32Hz to 320 Hz) dial do ??

There are two dials , one for front and one for rear channel and I am completely clueless about them both ??

Fellow 75.4 users , please enlighten...
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2) What does that darn Freq(32Hz to 320 Hz) dial do ??

There are two dials , one for front and one for rear channel and I am completely clueless about them both ??

Fellow 75.4 users , please enlighten...
That dial only comes into play if you use the LPF (low pass filter) or HPF (High pass filter)
In the case of the subwoofer, if you want the subwoofer to play at 100Hz and below, then you put the LPF on and set the dial to 100. I hope you understand.

Similarly if you want to cut your speakers from going below 100Hz, you put HPF on on that channel and set the dial to about 100Hz.
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So now we have another 75.4 dealer outside of Pune also eh... Whats the dealer's truck running ?
75.4,of course.
Im getting another one for my other car.
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75.4,of course.
Im getting another one for my other car.
Where? What price? Plz suggest someplace in Mumbai!!
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Where? What price? Plz suggest someplace in Mumbai!!
Business opportunity jbl_baba.
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... 1) How do I set the gain ...
2) What does that darn Freq(32Hz to 320 Hz) dial do ??
...
please enlighten...
Wasn't there a User Manual with the amp?
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The user manual suggests tuning with the ears. This is tough for some less sensitive ears.
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Does any body face an over heating issue with this Amp? When i try to go on a full blast (Say a camp fire party), she tends to go to sleep mode (the LED turns red from blue) after a contineous use of 45 minutes.

I changed the entire wiring recently, still facing this. is it an isolated issue?
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