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Old 6th March 2008, 00:05   #16
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If I am not wrong here Pioneer 904 is not 250 watts in bridged mode.
Thats what confused me. Is there a 904? I took it to be 944
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Thats what confused me. Is there a 904? I took it to be 944
YA there was a 904, 924 and then 944
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Old 6th March 2008, 00:44   #18
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If I am not wrong here Pioneer 904 is not 250 watts in bridged mode.
The sub has a SVC.
The 904 must definitely make more than 150 rms in bridged mode right.
Since its a 2X150rms at 4 ohms, I am sure it should be able to handle the 150 watts requirement of the sub.
How do I measure if there is enough voltage from the sub pre-out. Would a multimeter help?
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The sub has a SVC.
The 904 must definitely make more than 150 rms in bridged mode right.
Since its a 2X150rms at 4 ohms, I am sure it should be able to handle the 150 watts requirement of the sub.
How do I measure if there is enough voltage from the sub pre-out. Would a multimeter help?
The manual says 220 watts x 2 (DIN45324) which I am not sure.

But the 904 is good enough for GT4-12
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It's been checked with a multimeter?
LoudSpeaker impedance cannot be measured with a multimeter, since Impedance is not the exact same as resistance (resistance can be measured with a multimeter).
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I am going to name my next dog woofer.
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I am going to name my next dog woofer.
And I'll name my next woofer "Dog" :-)
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I am going to name my next dog woofer.
But why ???
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But why ???
Because dogs go "Woof", just like birds go "Tweet" just ask any 1 year old. :-)
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*in a deep bass voice* Some things are random in nature and do not have a 'why'! So it is futile to ask why, LBM vats, no amount of contemplating your navel is going to get you an answer!!! Om, shanti, Om.

PS: Oh! Navin, I thought the b***h would be named "tweeter", and the progeny "mid-bass"
PPS: Perhaps "Cross-over" will be apt for a bull mastiff dressed as a poodle

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PS: Oh! Navin, I thought the b***h would be named "tweeter", and the progeny "mid-bass"
PPS: Perhaps "Cross-over" will be apt for a bull mastiff dressed as a poodle
That was damn funny.
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Aishwarya Rai looks like a tweeter to me.


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PPS: Perhaps "Cross-over" will be apt for a bull mastiff dressed as a poodle
ROFLMAO

Vriddh purush-ji saturday morning blues??
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PS: Oh! Navin, I thought the b***h would be named "tweeter",
Sorry baba. As anyone who is/has been married. She is the midrange. Pure vocals. Unstoppable. Forget about sound stage, it comes out from everywhere.
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I stand corrected, Sam, that was very insightful!

@iraghava, 'blues' are either associated with Monday morning or Friday evening! I was in a 'red' mood, on the contrary (no, nothing to do with the bull mastiff or the poodle, my preferences are very conventional)!
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