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Old 4th January 2008, 19:30   #46
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Impressive Job Paras. Appreciate the DIY spirit. Makes you have a deeper connection with your equipment and thoroughly enjoy your music.

Dont worry too much on the carpeting part. Can always be redone. More on it when we meet



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Bro, MDF is terrible to work with, all dust dust everywhere - i realised this when i made the base for the boot.
You naughty boy! So you keep a log of all chats you have with others.
Hmmmm......Must keep that in mind next time.
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Impressive Job Paras. Appreciate the DIY spirit. Makes you have a deeper connection with your equipment and thoroughly enjoy your music.

Dont worry too much on the carpeting part. Can always be redone. More on it when we meet





You naughty boy! So you keep a log of all chats you have with others.
Hmmmm......Must keep that in mind next time.
ya, you said the same thing abt MDF when you worked on Gill's ICE!
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Old 4th January 2008, 19:56   #48
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So you DO keep a log :-)

Looking forward to audition it when I'm there for the Expo.
PM me your contact number meanwhile.
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I know the amp U're using.
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I know the amp U're using.
Hmmm.. i see i see.. check this thread tommorow morning for amp!!
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Old 4th January 2008, 22:29   #51
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I think the choice of the amp would be something big. Will be waiting for the same to be declared.
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Old 5th January 2008, 02:29   #52
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Guys.. here is the amp.. as promised..

Comments Plz

Brutus 1606D Mono





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Old 5th January 2008, 02:42   #53
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and the specs -

RMS @ 4-Ohm: 1 x 550-Watt
RMS @ 2-Ohm: 1 x 1100-Watt
RMS @ 1-Ohm: 1 x 1600-Watt
Hifonics New Illuminated Heat-Sink Design With Blue LED Light Pumps
Hifonics Blue Illuminated Logo
Maxxsonics Illuminated "M" End Panel Logo
Heavy-Duty Ultra-Fi™ MOSFETS
Highly Efficient Super D-Class Amplifier Circuitry With Oversized MOSFET Output
Fully Adjustable Accu-Cross™ Crossovers
±18dB Variable Bass Equalization @ 45Hz
180° Variable Phase Control (15 to 35Hz)
Dash-Mountable Bass Remote Control Included
Variable 24dB Subsonic Filter
Brutus Pulse Wave Modulated MOSFET EXVP (Exponential Vari-Power Supply)
Twin-Turbo Torroid Coil Design
HSMD Hifonics Surface Mount Design
Balance Line Inputs for our 18-Volt Line Drivers
RCA Line Output for Amplifier Daisy Chaining
Gold Oversized 2-Gauge Power Connectors
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Old 5th January 2008, 10:16   #54
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I will say it again. Impressive.
While we chatted, I never thought you'd go forward and complete your desired setup in such a short time.
But you have and have DIYed it.

A job well done. Looks like meeting my old pal Mr. Krome is going to be fun :-)
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I will say it again. Impressive.
While we chatted, I never thought you'd go forward and complete your desired setup in such a short time.
But you have and have DIYed it.

A job well done. Looks like meeting my old pal Mr. Krome is going to be fun :-)

Thanks bro, now i need some rest
see you in delhi bro...
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Good install,there.
I thought the amp would be the flagship brutus 2607(right?).
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Good install,there.
I thought the amp would be the flagship brutus 2607(right?).
hey nitrous,
the brutus subs are underrated at 600RMS per sub, they handle 1000RMS per sub like a champ after they break in. that would be the 2006D. this is actually what maxxsonics told me i should use, but i settled for the 1606D to be on the safer side.

i am currently running about 1400-1450RMS into both the subs at 1 ohm.

btw, u coming to delhi?
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nice. good job paras. congrats and enjoy the music.

now, what you will have to change is that sony amp. BTW whats the model no of the sony?
see, if you are fine with it, then keep it, but you will hear a difference for sure when you upgrade to a better amp. baaki, if you happy, we happy. :-)

it is a good decision to go for the 0g wiring. You have a crdi? or petrol.

can you switch off the lights(sub, comps)

i once tried to get the MDF cut from professional aari wala(table saw?) he cut it wrong. it took me 2 days to correct everything and i ended up with a small enclosure. lol now i DIY.
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Hmm...nice amp 1600 x 1 at 1 ohms. that is some serious ****. How much damage ? And waiting to hear the install.
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btw, u coming to delhi?
Haanji!

Btw, whats the discoloration around the centre of the subs??
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