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Old 30th October 2007, 12:16   #1
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Finally the day arrived when I got my ICE upgraded. The current setup are as follows:

Pioneer DEH-P80RS
Illusion Electra EL 6.1 (16,5 cm component system) for front
Illusion Electra EL 62 (16,5 cm 2-way coax) for rear
Ground Zero 4-ch amplifier GZTA 4.120MKČ to power the speakers
Ground Zero Sub-woofer Titanium GZTW 30T
Panasonic 2-Ch amplifier CY-PA2003U to power the Sub-woofer.

Here are some pictures of the ICE.


GZTA 4.120MKČ, CY-PA2003U and GZTW 30T



GZTW 30T


CY-PA2003U


Tweeter of Illusion Electra EL 6.1

The installation was carried out in Sound Craft in Oshiwara, Mumbai. I would like to thank moralfibre and Bass&Trouble for the help and support given by them. I am really satisfied with the ICE and having a wonderful time.
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Old 30th October 2007, 12:54   #2
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Tweeter of Illusion Electra EL 6.1 .
I like!
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I like!
Glad! Thats my idea .

Nice setup Ranjan. One special piece of equipment I experienced in this car is the Panasonic Amp. Puts out great power. Seriously recommended for anyone opting for a sub that gives out 400W RMS. Enjoy your music.
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Congrat dude,you are having some serious fun time in your car.



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One special piece of equipment I experienced in this car is the Panasonic Amp. Puts out great power. Seriously recommended for anyone opting for a sub that gives out 400W RMS. Enjoy your music.

Got your recommendation buddy,will get it as soon as I find some cash.
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One special piece of equipment I experienced in this car is the Panasonic Amp.
The Credit goes to Ajay for the suggesting the Panasonic Amps and I am happy that I took his advice and very happy with the results.
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Old 30th October 2007, 14:31   #6
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Ranjan: After the mini LBM treatment I gave you at the show, I hope your ears are ok to enjoy the new system. :P

Did you try out the Auto TA / Auto EQ on the head unit? Do let us know how it sounds after that.
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Ranjan: After the mini LBM treatment I gave you at the show, I hope your ears are ok to enjoy the new system. :P

Did you try out the Auto TA / Auto EQ on the head unit? Do let us know how it sounds after that.
My ears are fine and enjoying the new system. I have not yet done the Auto TA / EQ maybe I will get together with Kiran and then we can do it on some weekend.
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hey Ranjan!

Am yet to audition your setup! looks gorgeous though! enjoy!

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Though I am no expert I too liked the positioning of the tweeter :-)

Where have you put your XOs ?

I really want to audition this ICE, When is the next ICE meet guys

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Upgrade? Looks like you ripped everything out and installed all new stuff!

I love the way the tweets have been flush-mounted too! Its been done very neatly and I'm sure it sounds really good up-front.

Congrats, and enjoyyyyyyy!
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Ranjan, Congrats on your upgrade,How is the sub n Sub amp combo working???it will really nice if you narrate your experince on it.Plz quote prices of the follwing two components!!!
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Ground Zero 4-ch amplifier GZTA 4.120MKČ to power the speakers
Panasonic 2-Ch amplifier CY-PA2003U to power the Sub-woofer.
Cheers!
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Thumbs up Great Setup !!!!

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GZTA 4.120MKČ, CY-PA2003U and GZTW 30T



GZTW 30T
No Grill for the protection of sub . Any ways a GREAT setup , please also post the price per items installed . Thanx
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Though I am no expert I too liked the positioning of the tweeter :-)
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I love the way the tweets have been flush-mounted too! Its been done very neatly and I'm sure it sounds really good up-front.
At the risk of sounding pompous I feel so proud of choosing that location and getting it right from the installers.

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Where have you put your XOs ?
They are behind the HU. Stuck using two way tape.

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I really want to audition this ICE, When is the next ICE meet guys
Whenever you are free!

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Ranjan, Congrats on your upgrade,How is the sub n Sub amp combo working???it will really nice if you narrate your experince on it.
Will leave that for Ranjan.

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Ground Zero 4-ch amplifier GZTA 4.120MKČ to power the speakers
Panasonic 2-Ch amplifier CY-PA2003U to power the Sub-woofer.
IIRC Rs. 9,990/- and Rs. 7,990/- respectively. Great amps for the price.
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No Grill for the protection of sub . Any ways a GREAT setup , please also post the price per items installed . Thanx
I am also concerned about the protection, but I am unable to find the grill. If you know the place please let me know.


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IIRC Rs. 9,990/- and Rs. 7,990/- respectively. Great amps for the price.
There is a little correction in price of Panasonic amps, they cost 8,990/-

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I am also concerned about the protection, but I am unable to find the grill. If you know the place please let me know.
I know a place in Pune where you can find one but instead you should opt for a Velcro strap to stick the sub on the floor. A grill spoils the look of the sub .

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There is a little correction in price of Panasonic amps, they cost 8,990/-
Thank you sir.
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