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Old 21st February 2008, 16:25   #16
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i am getting very decent , clear and filling sound . Though I am missing very low frequency , but there is enough of mid bass. I can safely say that if one does not want very loud boom boom kind of a system , this set up is highly recommended for sweet listening.
Glad to hear that they are doing well in your car. Your report summarizes the speakers perfectly.

On a side note: Ek taraf bkm sahab, aur doosre taraf lbm sahab

One is satisfied with a deck + 2 x 4" speakers while the other cant get enough out of a 10000 watt 15". Classic example of differing tastes.
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put the two 4.1 illusion in my spark with pioneer 4050 HU . After setting the high pass filter to 100Hz , i am getting very decent , clear and filling sound.
Good to know that. How much did you pay for pair of 4.1?
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Old 21st February 2008, 23:44   #18
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In mumbai u can get 4.1 for Rs 4900 .
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Old 23rd February 2008, 16:48   #19
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22k is NOT budget
I would agree with low_bass_makker

For the vast majority of Indians for an above average ICE setup, 22K seems to be enough !
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I would agree with low_bass_makker

For the vast majority of Indians for an above average ICE setup, 22K seems to be enough !
Ya for good sound one has to spend a bit.
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I would agree with low_bass_makker

For the vast majority of Indians for an above average ICE setup, 22K seems to be enough !
Its not how much you spend. Its what you spend it on
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See EL 4.1 at front is the best option you have if you don't want any cutting of doors & no rear speakers. I would advise you to first get this setup, later on if yo feel the need for more wholesome sound you can add on rear speakers.
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Most sensible suggestion . Opt for the rear speakers only if YOU find the need for it.

I own a spark too and my config is Pio 5050 with Fusion 4.1 components in the front and Fusion 5.25 co-ax in the rear parcel shelf. Spent ~14K. I find it more than adequate for my needscheers:

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I own a spark too and my config is Pio 5050 with Fusion 4.1 components in the front and Fusion 5.25 co-ax in the rear parcel shelf. Spent ~14K. I find it more than adequate for my needscheers:

Did you auditioned other brands before finalizing fusion ?
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Did you auditioned other brands before finalizing fusion ?
Nope. But no regrets so far

LBM what is your take on Fusion? [Just in case if I decide to upgrade]
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I have no takes till now as I have not listened to it. But from the looks and finish I would take it as another Chinese brand in new clothes. But if you are happy nothing like it.
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We had two speakers (in the doors) in our Zen. We found the volume a bit low, with poor bass. Later we added two more speakers.
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