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Old 2nd September 2008, 18:49   #76
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Im sure he meant it looks good,Dinu.
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Old 2nd September 2008, 19:45   #77
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Dinu, your setup looks great! I wish I had plonked for a 2 din HU..
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Old 2nd September 2008, 20:46   #78
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thats an outstanding ICE you have got!!! i have installed AVX810 in my swift!!! how did u get the remote on ur steering?? how much does it cost?? finds it very difficult to use the touch, hate those finger prints too!!
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nice install mate, its impressive, congrats on the same.
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Hey the pictures look cool. Congrats on new ICE.

Mods : Videos of new ICE will look cool, with the visual experiences taking this forum to the next level. How can BHPians post videos? Embedded videos allowed? Request the support team to look into the possibilities.

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Old 3rd September 2008, 06:30   #81
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thats an outstanding ICE you have got!!! i have installed AVX810 in my swift!!! how did u get the remote on ur steering?? how much does it cost?? finds it very difficult to use the touch, hate those finger prints too!!
The remote costs anywhere between 1K-1.4K . With B&W it is around 1.4K and in gray you would get it at 1K - 1.2K.
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thats an outstanding ICE you have got!!! i have installed AVX810 in my swift!!! how did u get the remote on ur steering?? how much does it cost?? finds it very difficult to use the touch, hate those finger prints too!!
Thanks Joe. The remote is a standard one that can be used with most JVC models. You can get one between 1K to 1.4K. Its wireless and very very convenient. I hardly use the touch screen nowadays for all the basic functions.
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Yes, that is right. The sound would have travlled otherwise as well, but thought of providing a easier path.
It might sound dumb,but me being an audio layman,always wondered how the sub in the boot works in the cabin.Could you please enlighten me.
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It might sound dumb,but me being an audio layman,always wondered how the sub in the boot works in the cabin.Could you please enlighten me.
Subs normally deliver frequencies 150 Hz and below. These frequencies are normally not directional and it does not matter much where you keep it. Same principle in a home theatre, you can keep the sub in any location, even hidden and it does not matter. The low frequencies are still heard and blends with the overall sound.
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Then how do hear them,if there is no vent (as you have left) between the boot and the cabin
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Then how do hear them,if there is no vent (as you have left) between the boot and the cabin
low frequencies have long wavelengths.
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Then how do hear them,if there is no vent (as you have left) between the boot and the cabin
Like navin said they have long wavelengths so basically the sound travels through the obstructions (seat parcel tray etc.) Gurus correct me if I am wrong.
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Dinu Anna I meant it looks like OEM fitted.Just out of the world.Fantastic!!
Thank you Sir. Yes, it very much looks like an OEM fit.
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Congrats Dinu! It looks neat. Enjoy your music.

Guess you started with a budget of 10K? How much did you finally spend?
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Congrats Dinu! It looks neat. Enjoy your music.

Guess you started with a budget of 10K? How much did you finally spend?
Like everyone here, starting at 10K, I ended up with around 80K

But I am happy, the install was great and I am enjoying every bit of it.
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