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Old 28th December 2007, 23:35   #151
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Thanks alot Navin and Hydra. I have been told by my dealer that the 75.4 is out of stock.
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Old 28th December 2007, 23:57   #152
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I am planing to fix the amp below the co-drivers seat in the Innova. Also which brand wiring should i use and how much of it and how much will it cost?
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Old 29th December 2007, 10:05   #153
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I am planing to fix the amp below the co-drivers seat in the Innova. Also which brand wiring should i use and how much of it and how much will it cost?
Audisson seels decent RCA wire for about 1K per pair. Monster's interlink is a good easily available alternate. LBM uses Supra cut to custom lengths and terminated with Neutriks.
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Audisson seels decent RCA wire for about 1K per pair. Monster's interlink is a good easily available alternate. LBM uses Supra cut to custom lengths and terminated with Neutriks.
Hi Navin he could also look at :: Ground Zero :: cableset GZPK 20 . Full gold plated kit with one triple shielded RCA. The kit costs Rs. 2990/- and its cheaper than Audison and as good if not better.
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Old 30th December 2007, 00:33   #155
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Audisson seels decent RCA wire for about 1K per pair. Monster's interlink is a good easily available alternate. LBM uses Supra cut to custom lengths and terminated with Neutriks.

Nothing beats this combo.
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Old 30th December 2007, 00:39   #156
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Thanks alot Navin and Hydra. I have been told by my dealer that the 75.4 is out of stock.
75.4 available in delhi grey (around the steal price). but i think 60.4 should be fine too for illusion electra, as i understand you'd be using them to drive 2 pairs of components in front and rear. however it's better you check with those who have illusions... and the illusion guru himself.
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I'd recommend the 75.4 over the CS 60.4 any day. You have more headroom.
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You have more headroom.
More headroom ?? MF Bhai i am talking about amps and not sun roof

@ Monty - How much is the grey price of the 75.4
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Hi Navin he could also look at :: Ground Zero :: cableset GZPK 20 . Full gold plated kit with one triple shielded RCA. The kit costs Rs. 2990/- and its cheaper than Audison and as good if not better.
thanks. this kit contains a power cable as well.
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What about GT5-604 vs 75.4? Which one is better, i heard the GT5 has been launched recently.
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What about GT5-604 vs 75.4? Which one is better, i heard the GT5 has been launched recently.
The 75.4 any day! The GT5 is the 'economy' range as compared to the GTO range (alas, Sam-bhai is voluntarily shunning electronic communications during his well deserved holidays!).

What @mf was trying to explain with the word "headroom" was that with 75W per channel (as compared to 60W per channel with the CS60.4 or GT5-604) you get more possibility of loud passages being played back as loud as they should be played (relative to the other passages in the music).

This is the "dynamic range" of amplifiers, and - within limits - is an essential part of 'fidelity' (as in hi-fi) and SQ of the ICE system (drivers inclusive). One commonly associates more power with "more loudness", but that is an incorrect expression. Played at full volume, both 60W and 75W can be deafening (without having to say 75W will be more deafening).

But, SQ/hi-fi is not about playing music as loud as the system permits before going up in smoke - it is about music being played back as it would have sounded were you to sit in front of the musicians physically - some passages are soft, and some are loud.

Gurujis - am I expressing it correctly?
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would suggest GTO75.4. But wasnt it discontinued?
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would suggest GTO75.4. But wasnt it discontinued?
Yes but you can still get them in the market. I guess they will still be available till the GTO100.4 comes out.
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What about GT5-604 vs 75.4? Which one is better, i heard the GT5 has been launched recently.
Any day 75.4 as it will play clean when compared to 604 because of more output it gives.
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Old 1st January 2008, 18:59   #165
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What about GT5-604 vs 75.4? Which one is better, i heard the GT5 has been launched recently.
at the steal price, 75.4 anyday. :-)
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