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Old 28th November 2007, 12:24   #31
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thanks a ton to you since I couldnt at all find out any way to set the clock..Shuvd had suggested a crude method to disconnect the battery at 23:59 hours and then reconnect it again it at 00:00 hours to reset the clock. Then he suggested me to ask this question in my thread...and lucky me...here I got the answer...
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That is the funniest way in the world to set the clock.



I also used to set the clock this way when I got my first HU which was 12-13 years old baat. It was a Pioneer cassette player model number was 7850.


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Old 28th November 2007, 13:05   #32
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I also used to set the clock this way when I got my first HU which was 12-13 years old baat. It was a Pioneer cassette player model number was 7850.


Exactly! My Pio 6x50 cassette player was too complicated. I found this to be the easiest method and stuck with it. (, and technologically challenged!)
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Old 28th November 2007, 13:07   #33
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I even went to the extent of downloading the owner's manual for the 6900UB from the US site..and took a print out of all the 147 pages..

Anyways can anyone tell me how do I go about sourcing an original Pioneer Decal for my rear windshield...

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Finally all the pics:



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@ Sabre - Nice install. BTW, I finally managed to set the clock without opening the hood!
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@ Sabre - Nice install. BTW, I finally managed to set the clock without opening the hood!
Thank you shuv..


thanks to Jayd even I have been able to set the clock without having to open the hood...
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thanks a ton to you since I couldnt at all find out any way to set the clock..Shuvd had suggested a crude method to disconnect the battery at 23:59 hours and then reconnect it again it at 00:00 hours to reset the clock. ...
LOL. This is funny.
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Shuvd had suggested a crude method to disconnect the battery at 23:59 hours and then reconnect it again it at 00:00 hours to reset the clock. Then he suggested me to ask this question in my thread...and lucky me...here I got the answer...
That is T-bhp ingenuity at its best!!! At least he had a good plan-B!!!

Congrats on your install bro! Looks good! Just needs a good pair of fronts to complete it. Why dont u look at illusion 4" compos???

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That is T-bhp ingenuity at its best!!! At least he had a good plan-B!!!
@ JayD, Sam, Navinji - Laugh on guys
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That is T-bhp ingenuity at its best!!! At least he had a good plan-B!!!

Congrats on your install bro! Looks good! Just needs a good pair of fronts to complete it. Why dont u look at illusion 4" compos???
Infact that was a pretty intelligent way to reset the clock considering that when the computer would start acting up in order to reset the computer back to factory settings all of us have at some point of time or the other hard-set the coin cell battery on the mainboard...isnt it?

So I think it was a good plan-B...

As for Illusion Components for front is it possible that you may send me some links...thanks again...
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As for Illusion Components for front is it possible that you may send me some links...thanks again...
Send a PM to Bass&Trouble (Ajay). You'll need to find a way to get someone to fit them. Glix may not.
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^^ will do..

Ok here I'am a little confused about what components for front actually mean. I have space under the dash to fit 4" speakers in front only...there's no esclosure on the doors...say if I go for a 4" component then how many things will actually come and where and how will I fit them?
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say if I go for a 4" component then how many things will actually come and where and how will I fit them?
A component set would comprise 3 pieces. 1 mid-range (?), 1 tweeter and and crossover unit (box). Illusion EL4.1

Or you could probably get a single 4" coaxial speaker. Illusion EL42. This would cost lesser than the component set.
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say if I go for a 4" component then how many things will actually come and where and how will I fit them?
shuvc has pretty much summed it up. What he is calling the midrange is the midwoofer, or just woofer.

A component system has a seperate tweeter and an elaborate crossover for the frequency division. A coaxial just uses a filter for the tweeter. In the case of the Electra, the 4" comp is for 4990 while the coax is for 2990. While 5" and 6" coaxes in the Electra use the same 0.75" al dome tweeter, the 4" coax has a al cone tweeter. The woofer size is the same and handles power from an amp also. Coax would be a good choice if you plan to run it off the head unit and/ or dont want tweeters to sit on the dash etc.
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OT (owing to clock settings in 7950): In 7950, using PGM button on the remote pauses the track if playing on USB mode. This serves better than going in function mode and selecting pause.
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