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Old 30th December 2007, 17:06   #46
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i wanna know what all u installers are smokin man cuz damn man that car is looking good and sounding good too i guess. i hate the GREY color though
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Old 30th December 2007, 17:21   #47
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what a install !!!!!

@gunbir
please tell us the prices .

@autopsyche
please tell me your plans about auto expo

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Old 31st December 2007, 05:11   #48
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clipto, it will be a little expensive if youre not buying fiberglass components in bulk. You can take it from me if you need smaller quantities, since i get it bigger quantity it will turn out to be a little cheaper for you.
oh thanks alot arush. is autopsyche present on the expo? i would love to visit your work place. il be staying in palam vihar which if im not wrong is around 2-3 kms from here(celebrity suites) yours in udyog vihar na?

i would buy the amount i need from you. thanks for that. and you will be helping me cause i dont know a thing about fg. lol no, im not asking you to teach me how to do it. just some info on how much to use according to the build.

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Old 31st December 2007, 09:44   #49
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anyone dare to sit at the back seat?? great install gunbir.
there is no back seat. however you are welcome to sit in the trunk.
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Old 31st December 2007, 16:42   #50
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Whew! That's some install. I guess the four 8" woofers are to offset the "IB"-ish bass of the two subs?
Yes! That was the point and also for the "kick" he wanted.

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How much do those Milles run to?
Rs 35.2K
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Old 31st December 2007, 17:31   #51
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As usual a Five star installation by Gunbir. You never fail to amaze us & the best part is it gets better with every install. Thanks a lot for sharing the pics
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Old 31st December 2007, 19:50   #52
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As usual a Five star installation by Gunbir. You never fail to amaze us & the best part is it gets better with every install.
That mean 2008 is going to be tough one as you have to be compete with your self
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Old 1st January 2008, 12:11   #53
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Hmm...Nice install

Gunbir Phaji what was done on the electrical upgrade part ?

Would love to see the pics of the same.

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Old 1st January 2008, 15:47   #54
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Gunbir bai ji one small question,As the fronts are running active,what's the advantage of using passive crossover with it.And what are freq range for which woffers are working in rear?
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The system is used in active mode where the fronts are high passed, the woofers are bandpassed and the subs are low passed.
Gunbir bai ji,as the fronts are high passed, how is the midbass upfront.Can you plz share the crossover for HP,BP,LP.
I got the answer for question i asked earlier,passive cross over is spilting the HP freq to front midbass n tweeters.
But ain't the bass pulling sound stage lil bit to rear side!
Can i do same setup with 9887 in my setup?
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Great install, Gunman! Nothing like a quartet of 8" midbasses for electronic music buffs.
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hello gunbir thats is a very nice install good looking please let us now the cost for the set up
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Gunbir bai ji,as the fronts are high passed, how is the midbass upfront.Can you plz share the crossover for HP,BP,LP.
I got the answer for question i asked earlier,passive cross over is spilting the HP freq to front midbass n tweeters.
But ain't the bass pulling sound stage lil bit to rear side!
Can i do same setup with 9887 in my setup?
@Gunbir, reply awaited!!!!
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Old 7th January 2008, 09:14   #59
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Alpine H701 offers 4 preout vs 3 of 9887. In 3 Way network mode the front / high preout does not go below 1 Khz. However you can do similar setup in front - rear - sub by using HPF / LPF and Bandpass filters on the amplifiers.

The crossovers for MIVEC are as following :

Subs - 20Hz - 50Hz (2nd Order Subsonic & 4th Order Low Pass)
Woofers - 50Hz - 90Hz (2nd Order Highpass & 2nd Order Low Pass)
Front Stage - 90Hz - Till Wherever it extends (2nd Order Highpass)
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hi Navpreet
As far as I know mlk comps cost Rs 35 k, Gunbir Sir could confirm the rates.

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hmmm these pics are really tempting.i mean the mlk's.

my budget's gonna go haywire now.
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