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Old 30th January 2008, 12:10   #16
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Chalo 1 down 1 more to go . So when is your HU coming s0uljah boi ??
Oye teri tho!!! Tu mangva lena 7950, ekdum naya piece 7.6k mein milega na? aur bus install ho jayega.
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Old 30th January 2008, 13:07   #17
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Chalo 1 down 1 more to go . So when is your HU coming s0uljah boi ??
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Oye teri tho!!! Tu mangva lena 7950, ekdum naya piece 7.6k mein milega na? aur bus install ho jayega.
Arrey Abhibh, give the poor Unihorn some time man. It took him 9 months to get a car, 15 months to buy the Wheels & Tyres so logically the audio should be going in by the time the 2010 Commonwealth Games start man!

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Old 30th January 2008, 13:30   #18
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Actually I had the wheels before I got the car
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Old 30th January 2008, 18:57   #19
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Oye teri tho!!! Tu mangva lena 7950, ekdum naya piece 7.6k mein milega na? aur bus install ho jayega.
Ok ji i went again to check out if anyone got 7950 for 7.6K in stock but bad luck the HU is not at all in stock with anyone except for 1 guy and his is with B&W.

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Arrey Abhibh, give the poor Unihorn some time man. It took him 9 months to get a car, 15 months to buy the Wheels & Tyres so logically the audio should be going in by the time the 2010 Commonwealth Games start man!

. his tyres were waiting desperately for the car to arrive than him. I think he already got the compos just HU is needed. So it should probably be installed before Beijing Olympics 2008.

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Old 30th January 2008, 21:30   #20
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As far as I can tell the 6050UB and 7950UB have the same exact features and display. Basically the 6050 is a new 'package' for the 7950. To some it looks / works better, but to some it's worse.

I plan on demoing them both side by side when I get my install.
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Old 30th January 2008, 21:42   #21
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What is this about the 7950 being for 7.6K? Is that a joke or is that really the correct price in grey?
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What is this about the 7950 being for 7.6K? Is that a joke or is that really the correct price in grey?
about a month ago (now almost 2) my friend bought 7950 grey for 7.6K with kicker speakers. The price now in grey is 8.5 - 9.5k
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wow, that's a sweet price!

I have been quoted about 8.6K now. But I think I am going to go for the 6050 for 9K.
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I have been quoted about 8.6K now. But I think I am going to go for the 6050 for 9K.
Wise choice my friend! Just wondering if you know that its a PIONEER

I think they have done a great job with the 6050, its got clean lines and has lost the preset buttons and UFO look of the 7950.
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Ok boss. Enough with the Pioneer jibes. It's not like I hate the brand. I just said that the build quality was not that great. And it really isn't for the lower models especially. Even in the 4050, 5050 and 6050 models, the joystick-cum-jogdial is not something I like so much. I think it could have been designed way better. But compared to everything else in the market in this price range (including the 7950), the 6050 seems to be my best bet as far as having a good display plus good USB support goes. Also, generally for the features, 6050 is quite VFM, and which is why I will buy it.

I still don't think it's worth 9K, but I am tired of not having any ICE (have reverted to singing in the car by myself, and there's nothing more awful than that!!).

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I am tired of not having any ICE (have reverted to singing in the car by myself, and there's nothing more awful than that!!).
True, Im tired off not having any ICE too. Hope to change that real soon.

/Sorry.
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The difference in the 7950 and 6050 is also that the remote has less keys in the 6050, that means you dont have all the functions ont the remote.
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^ I don't think so. Here are the two, and I don't see a difference except for the colour. The number of buttons on the remote is the same.

Pioneer 7950


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Please let me know what a good price for the 6050 is! Need to install this weekend!!!
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I will also find that information helpful. compared to 7950ub. Both being pioneer with similar features i would like to go for the cheaper/ newer model.
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