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Old 12th December 2007, 10:41   #106
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Maybe we should put Gunbir in Marketplace.

For Sale: Eligible Groom, excellent at audio installs, loves butter chicken, and guaranteed to keep you laughing even when you are too sleepy and tired to care! :-)

Gunbir, I am sorry if this is too much, please blame Sam for all this he started it *pointing my finger at Sam and said with the voice of a 5 eyar old*


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Butter chicken is already taken. Our man is strictly steak (I think he ate a mad cow, blame that for his jokes) and sql.
Navinji, didn't you (or is it some other mod?) say your installer was female??? Kuch match kara do.

Navin Ji butter chicken is taken here and waiting on my back seat. Gunbir will have to workout with a steak now. Thanks Vikram for the support out.
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Navin Ji butter chicken is taken here and waiting on my back seat. Gunbir will have to workout with a steak now. Thanks Vikram for the support out.
Yeh kya ho raha hai?

Why a steak? Does he lack comely damsels to give him company during his workouts? With his sense of humor there shouldn't be a lack of those! Or is it the steak that is trying to shed pounds and is looking up to Gunbir for inspiration?

And pray, why would you be betrothed to the "butter chicken" (who seems to be waiting on your back seat)?
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Old 12th December 2007, 18:25   #108
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Butter chicken is already taken. Our man is strictly steak (I think he ate a mad cow, blame that for his jokes) and sql.
Navinji, didn't you (or is it some other mod?) say your installer was female??? Kuch match kara do.
True, you know me well. I'm not into Butter Chicken that much. I'm also not into sports that much. So match ka sawaal hi nahi uthta

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But married and with kids.
And how does that matter... if she's hot. If she's not, then it does.

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Navin Ji butter chicken is taken here and waiting on my back seat. Gunbir will have to workout with a steak now. Thanks Vikram for the support out.
Workout with a steak... now thats s new idea.
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Old 13th December 2007, 11:08   #109
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True, you know me well. I'm not into Butter Chicken.
my reference to "Butter Chicken" is generic. It could be Steak it could be Paneer shashlik but I guess "Butter Chicken" stems from the same thought process that Pankaj Mishra used to title his book.
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Old 13th December 2007, 13:24   #110
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wow! Gunbir the install looks really fresh! would love to hear it sometime!
Sure Abix, anytime. The car is available in Gurgaon and in South Delhi on most days. PM Flying Bong. Cheers!
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Sure Abix, anytime. The car is available in Gurgaon and in South Delhi on most days. PM Flying Bong. Cheers!
me too ..me too ...me too....
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Thank You very much for the audition FB.
And hey FB, maybe you can thank the BBW team for their audition too

Anyways, jokes apart, Fantastic setup.
I am very much impressed.
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Thank You very much for the audition FB.
You're always welcome dude...

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And hey FB, maybe you can thank the BBW team for their audition too
Oh, my deplorable manners thanks JB & Gunbir, much appreciated!

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Anyways, jokes apart, Fantastic setup.
I am very much impressed.
Thanks, also for helping put the stuff back together in my car...was nice meeting you & clipto333!
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Old 15th January 2008, 22:12   #114
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@Flying Bong:When should you use a sealed enclosure and when should you use an IB setup.
If you dont mind,can i please know what music(genre/bands) do you listen to.This would help me identify the kind of setup i should think of...
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Old 16th January 2008, 00:43   #115
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@Flying Bong:When should you use a sealed enclosure and when should you use an IB setup.
hellspawn, you are asking a very technical question to a 'anari' like me...someone like Gunbir/JB should really answer this...

Let me instead describe the differences heard by MY EARS between IB and sealed box subs:

Sealed box (IDQ10/12 heard in 2 different hatchbacks) -
1.More kick & tightness in upper bass
2. Less easy to integrate with front stage, I find the extra kick in the bass a little unnatural at times but others may prefer it this way

IB (IDQ 15 heard in my car)
1. Loses some upper bass kick
2. Blends in very nicely & effortlessly with front stage (at least in my car), also sounds more warm & natural to me

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If you dont mind,can i please know what music(genre/bands) do you listen to.This would help me identify the kind of setup i should think of...
1. Lots of 70s & 80s rock - am a big fan of good electric guitar, please see 'Best Song for showing off...' thread for details
2. Some metal - Metallica/Iron Maiden/Judas Priest mainly but dont really listen to it in the car and rarely otherwise
3. Jazz - mainly saxophone instrumentals by various people, some trumpet (Miles) piano (Michel Petrucciani/Keith Jarrett) and guitar (George Benson), I usually avoid big band/swing/vocals, I like 'smooth/cool/ east coast' jazz while driving (NOTE: this sub genre is NOT to be associated with Kenny G which is best suited to 5-star hotel restooms)
4. Assorted blues, pop, fusion (e.g. SRV, Robben Ford, Sade, Sting, Shakti blah blah blah...), like tabla instrumentals too

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Old 18th January 2008, 09:59   #116
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Talking Changes..


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I will not but congrats on getting it...Now I seriously need to audition this car.
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Old 18th January 2008, 10:24   #118
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Damn, victim of formatting errors while reposting, mods/admin - please help , thanks in advance!
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LOL.

I need an audition again of those speakers. Sounded so so sweet.

I bet you are now singing. "Mille Sur Hamara Tumhara"


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4. Assorted blues, pop, fusion (e.g. SRV, Robben Ford, Sade, Sting, Shakti blah blah blah...), like tabla instrumentals too
Ahhh. Dont I remember that all too well. I'm guessing Mr. Gunbir Singh has a few jokes on this.

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Old 18th January 2008, 19:33   #120
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I will not but congrats on getting it...Now I seriously need to audition this car.
Thanks LBM, you're welcome to an audition anytime...

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LOL.
I'm guessing Mr. Gunbir Singh has a few jokes on this.
Does he now? Well, "Mr.Gunbir Singh", now you've really hurt my feelings why have I been denied this facet of your fabulous sense of humour?
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