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Old 6th January 2008, 12:10   #76
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Hmm, looks like I missed quite a lot, Was very busy with the showroom opening for few days, so could not visit the forum.
Very nice job and lot of effort gone in, So how did that enclosure work out, can you explain how it sounds ?
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Hmm, looks like I missed quite a lot, Was very busy with the showroom opening for few days, so could not visit the forum.
Very nice job and lot of effort gone in, So how did that enclosure work out, can you explain how it sounds ?
welcome back boss...
how the enclosure sounds,, ouch my chest and ears hurts and the boot is abt to blow off..does that explain??
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Old 6th January 2008, 21:24   #78
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how the enclosure sounds,, ouch my chest and ears hurts and the boot is abt to blow off..does that explain??


Today Souljah kind of got a similar experience in my car, but yours must be a lot more brutal bcos of the ported box,
So do you have an opening in the rear parcel tray ?
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Today Souljah kind of got a similar experience in my car, but yours must be a lot more brutal bcos of the ported box,
So do you have an opening in the rear parcel tray ?
No Sir, no opening. the bass is nice.. i love it.. maybe LBM can tell the real thing as i'll never say anything negative u kno

btw, i will be putting the tweeters on the base of the A pillar
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The opening in the parcel tray makes a HUGE difference, and trust me this setup wont be too much for mr LBM,
I assume he is already a little heard of hearing bcos of all the SPL he has absorbed till date.
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The opening in the parcel tray makes a HUGE difference, and trust me this setup wont be too much for mr LBM,
I assume he is already a little heard of hearing bcos of all the SPL he has absorbed till date.
Ya.. i know.. i know.. i have to speak really loud for him to hear me.. hehehehheeee....my backache is fine now after a 5 minute session in the rear seat of LBM's swift.....

i can try this out by folding the rear seat down right...???
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Not exactly, that will give you an effect like your car was a hatchback, maybe remove the parcel tray, then you will get the effect the gap will make in between.
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ok, will i need hearing aids soon?
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Listened to SS car yesterday. I was a nice massager. Subs go quite low and play clean and loud. Very nicely done SS for a DIY. will be posting the pics of his setup in few mins...
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Listened to SS car yesterday. I was a nice massager. Subs go quite low and play clean and loud. Very nicely done SS for a DIY. will be posting the pics of his setup in few mins...
Thank you sir, will be changing the carpet soon and about the cut in the rubber cover over the screws for the subs i will use the black silicon solution they use for fixing glasses..
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Listened to SS car yesterday. I was a nice massager. Subs go quite low and play clean and loud. Very nicely done SS for a DIY. will be posting the pics of his setup in few mins...
Oye mai keya LBM-pra-ji, already 630 minutes over and counting yaar ...
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Today Souljah kind of got a similar experience in my car, but yours must be a lot more brutal bcos of the ported box
Yours was sounding nice man and with the tuning it was tight. Sure can get loud. Be careful of your ears boss.

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Listened to SS car yesterday. I was a nice massager. Subs go quite low and play clean and loud.
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i love how they sound and they seem to sounding better everyday as they break in.. and i guess my car is also falling apart..
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Oye mai keya LBM-pra-ji, already 630 minutes over and counting yaar ...
My Bad Phaji...very soon..

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i love how they sound and they seem to sounding better everyday as they break in.. and i guess my car is also falling apart..
It will not fall apart. Since nothing happened to mine till now.
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My Bad Phaji...very soon..



It will not fall apart. Since nothing happened to mine till now.
Yes Sir,
i changed the tweeter position about 2-3 inches from the base of the A-Pillar, sound much better now. Thanks
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