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Old 4th February 2008, 21:15   #1
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Default Hyundai I10 Audio Setup - Help needed

Hi gurus,


I'm going for a new Hyndai i10 within a week and planning to get a decent audio installed. My budget is around 40 K.


Currently, I'm looking at Pioneer Head Unit, JBL speakers (front and rear) , JBL amp and a SUB.


Plz suggest me as to which combination of the above would give an incredible output. I prefer a pretty good bass without losing sound quality.
I mostly listen to House/RnB and Hindi also.
Anyother good combination is always welcome.

I would also like to know speakers/sub output, type of amp to be used. Plz suggest.

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Heylo MAverick. Welcome to the forum and please go through the rules.

You can see this for some help. Also search for more information. Enjoy!!!

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/sound-...-i10-iced.html


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Heylo MAverick. Welcome to the forum and please go through the rules.

You can see this for some help. Also search for more information. Enjoy!!!

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/sound-...-i10-iced.html


Edit: Please read this too

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Thanks Eddy for your quick guidance. However I have few more questions.

Any idea guys, who is genuine and master at this kinda audio installation in HYDERABAD??

Rohit (as per thread http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/sound-...10-iced-4.html ) got two amps and speakers at the rear.

I would prefer a single amp(unless really needed) and speakers at the front too.

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HU:Pioneer 5050UB
Front: JBL GTO 607C
Rear :JBL GTO 6537
Sub: JBL GT5-12
JBL 4ch amp:JBL GT5 A604 that supplies 80W RMS to the front and 160 watts to the sub.
This should fit into the 40k budget.
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HU:Pioneer 5050UB
Front: JBL GTO 607C
Rear :JBL GTO 6537
Sub: JBL GT5-12
JBL 4ch amp:JBL GT5 A604 that supplies 80W RMS to the front and 160 watts to the sub.
This should fit into the 40k budget.
My question mite be stupid but dont u need amp for the rear speakers?
Could you plz elaborate...
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Is it preferable to have the front speakers or the kickpanel?
i heard setting up speakers on the kickpanel will give really a good effect.

can we setup speakers in the kickpanel for Hyundai i10?

Gurus, need ur help here...
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Any of the gurus here.. plz help me...
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Today, i visited quite a famous dealer in Hyd - Sprocket... i felt he was quoting a very high price.


Pioneer HU DEH-5900 - 9990/-


JBL Front Comp 0607 - 6500/-


JBL Rear 0934 - 4950/-


JBL Amp 4 ch GTO 075 - 7990/-


JBL 12" Sub (with enclosure) - 7990/-


Wiring - 1800/-


MDF tray - 1200/-


All of them original with warranty


The total was coming upto 41K appr. inc installation charges n misc.. Howver therez discount and the final price is coming upto 36.5 K


I heard the demo and it was mindblowing but I felt it was overpriced?


What do you all say guys?
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Is it preferable to have the front speakers or the kickpanel?
i heard setting up speakers on the kickpanel will give really a good effect..
Yes the kickpanel can be a nice place and can give good effect but it there is also the possibility of the speaker grills getting kicked and dented.

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Pioneer HU DEH-5900 - 9990/-
JBL Front Comp 0607 - 6500/-
JBL Rear 0934 - 4950/-
JBL Amp 4 ch GTO 075 - 7990/-
JBL 12" Sub (with enclosure) - 7990/-
Wiring - 1800/-
MDF tray - 1200/-
final price is coming upto 36.5 K
I'm not an expert on pricing but I would ask him what brand of wires he is using. Some brands like BOSS have problems. Also I do not see anybudget for damping. I would suggest that you at the very least get the front doors damped.
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Hi everybody,
Will be soon getting an i10.Need all your suggestions to ICE the i10.
These are my requirements or my constraints

First of all, my budget is 15K (give or take 2 grands )
And I dont want my car to be cut/drilled so using only the available speaker enclosures.Also dont prefer tray mounted speakers.
This is a rough config what i had in mind after searching thru numerous threads...

HU : want USB support/play different formats/Look good
- Have shortlisted the pioneer series but not decided upon any particular model.

Speaker config what i have in mind
Front : (Component) JBL GTO 607
Rear : (Co axial ) JBL GTO 937
so gurus, what do you think ?

@mods : I'm not sure whether to start a new thread or continue within the existing thread ,hence posting it here
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Today, i visited quite a famous dealer in Hyd - Sprocket... i felt he was quoting a very high price.


Pioneer HU DEH-5900 - 9990/-


JBL Front Comp 0607 - 6500/-


JBL Rear 0934 - 4950/-


JBL Amp 4 ch GTO 075 - 7990/-


JBL 12" Sub (with enclosure) - 7990/-


Wiring - 1800/-


MDF tray - 1200/-


All of them original with warranty


The total was coming upto 41K appr. inc installation charges n misc.. Howver therez discount and the final price is coming upto 36.5 K


I heard the demo and it was mindblowing but I felt it was overpriced?


What do you all say guys?

Pioneer HU DEH-5900 - 9990/-
High price


JBL Front Comp 0607 - 6500/-
OK

JBL Rear 0934 - 4950/-
OK - try haggling for discount. these are MRP

JBL Amp 4 ch GTO 075 - 7990/-
Seems like a GT5 amp. I think GTO amps are more expensive

JBL 12" Sub (with enclosure) - 7990/-
Looks like JBL 1204B

Wiring - 1800/-
pls check on the bracd of RCA, power cable and the speaker cables used
i assume that you will use the speaker cables provided with JBL speakers

MDF tray - 1200/-
should be around 1000/-

missed a few misc items like fuse, plank if you fitting the amp on the rear seat which will add to your final cost
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Thanks Navin... He gave a wide range of wiring brands and he asked to select any of them... i forgot the names but as far as i remember, BOSS is not in his list.

There are some other charges like damping which i didnt include(just put them in misc)... if u add all of them, it come to less than 41K.
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HU : want USB support/play different formats/Look good
Front : (Component) JBL GTO 607
Rear : (Co axial ) JBL GTO 937
so gurus, what do you think ?
so far so good. but will all of this fit under 15-17K?
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Pioneer HU DEH-5900 - 9990/-
High price
JBL Front Comp 0607 - 6500/-
OK
JBL Rear 0934 - 4950/-
OK - try haggling for discount. these are MRP
JBL Amp 4 ch GTO 075 - 7990/-
Seems like a GT5 amp. I think GTO amps are more expensive
JBL 12" Sub (with enclosure) - 7990/-
Looks like JBL 1204B
Wiring - 1800/-
pls check on the bracd of RCA, power cable and the speaker cables used
i assume that you will use the speaker cables provided with JBL speakers
MDF tray - 1200/-
should be around 1000/-
missed a few misc items like fuse, plank if you fitting the amp on the rear seat which will add to your final cost
Thanks RAC.. i had mentioned abt those costs in the misc..
Going to another dealer to just take another estimate... lets see
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Thanks Navin... He gave a wide range of wiring brands and he asked to select any of them... i forgot the names but as far as i remember, BOSS is not in his list.

There are some other charges like damping which i didnt include(just put them in misc)... if u add all of them, it come to less than 41K.

Hi. Beware of duplicates of Monster and other brands but i guess Sprocket can be trusted. Scosche is another good brand, IMO somewhat cheaper than some bigwigs.

I suggest that you can carry your own power cable (finolex). Better than putting some unbranded wire.
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