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Old 9th February 2008, 11:43   #121
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I love the way the lion is installed. Lovely.
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But the important question is, "Is it a SQ Lion or a SPL Lion?"
Arey dont you see it is strategically placed to reduce off axis HF energy that bounces of the windhshield and get's "dopplerd" when the car is in motion. Hence it is an SQ lion; a "tube trap for HF smear".
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Old 9th February 2008, 11:43   #122
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Hmmm Rohit got his installed done but he did not liked it so
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He did it again. I know that the install done by him was not practical but looks good though.

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So bottom line every body has his own opinion.
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But the important question is, "Is it a SQ Lion or a SPL Lion?"
I think it is a SQ Lion, Had been a SPL lion the hands would be on his ears.
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I think it is a SQ Lion, Had been a SPL lion the hands would be on his ears.

.....and would be called a LAME or a Langda_Behra_lion
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i am sure the wires might be hidden after the installs??? the equipments used are of good class
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Old 9th February 2008, 15:51   #126
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Arey dont you see it is strategically placed to reduce off axis HF energy that bounces of the windhshield and get's "dopplerd" when the car is in motion. Hence it is an SQ lion; a "tube trap for HF smear".
great explanation navinji :-). i agree with you, its an sq lion.

How much does this 'SQ lion' cost Gunman? is it manufactured by elettromedia?
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How much does this 'SQ lion' cost Gunman? is it manufactured by elettromedia?
No, its manufactured in Australia and it came with the car. Glad you all liked it.

Cheers!
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No, its manufactured in Australia and it came with the car. Glad you all liked it.

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good job anyway. cheers: really neat and simple. how's it sounding? and how were the comps installed earlier? any pics?

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good job anyway. really neat and simple. how's it sounding? and how were the comps installed earlier? any pics?
Veerey, there were no component speakers installed earlier. The car had OE 4" coax in the dash (still there, disconnected) and 6x9 rears.

It sounds sweet. The LRx + Hi-Energy combination always works well but we had not used it with the 9887 before. Yet again, we realised that the 9887 is a sweet HU worth every buck you pay for it.

The iDMax works well in this setup. It blends well and is at home in the large cabin. There is plenty of punch and the trademark iDMax rippled lows are present of course. A very enjoyable system to say the least.
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Congratulations Tool! Nice selection of equipment. Happy listening.
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JBGMP 7.5 , simple, neat and clean! Congrats, @tool, you have been blessed with JB and Gunbir's magic wand.

Gunbir, what is "rippled lows"?
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Gunbir, what is "rippled lows"?
iDMax Suno toh jaano...
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awesome install mr. gunbir
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iDMax Suno toh jaano...
Reminds of another adage: "Dilli ka laddoo, jo khaya wo pachhtaya, jo nahin khaya wo bhi pachhtaya"!!!

No, seriously, is that an allusion like "rippling muscles" or "6-pack abs" or something? At least there is a visual aspect there. For subs?

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No, seriously, is that an allusion like "rippling muscles" or "6-pack abs" or something? At least there is a visual aspect there. For subs?
Well, its got to do with the way the Max sounds... the extreme low end is deliciously rippled, as in you feel the lowest notes separately, going through the cabin floor. Absolutely delicious and loads of fun listening to tracks that you heard before and never knew had that extra low end you never heard before. Has to be experienced really...
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