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Old 11th March 2008, 22:40   #1
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am having

>> Blaupunkt gt4 4 chan amp and blaupunkt 12" basstube
>> jbl 937 at rear and boschmann in front.
>> head unit = pioneer 4950mp.

can anyone suggest the best way to wire them and set the amp gain correctly after wiring.

after experiencing my friends setup i feel my setup == autowallah!!

plz help!!
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Actually your equipment is pretty decent except for that boschmann rubbish.

So take the front and rear out RCA's and wire them to the GT4 4 channel amplifier. For the rear channel put the LPF on (about about 80Hz) and bridge the rear channel to the Bass tube.
From the front channel put the HPF on at about 80Hz and connect the front speakers in stereo. (What car do you have, what is the size of the front speaker?)

Finally connect the rear speakers to the head unit rear speaker out.

Remember to keep the gains of the amplifier at 50% or below. Good luck
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thanx sam sir!!

my car is estilo

i live in a remote area where all this cool stuff is usually not available. front is bauschmann round speakers.. even i think og upgrading them.

as u r here plz tell me wat shud be upgraded to make my setup more audible!
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as u r here plz tell me wat shud be upgraded to make my setup more audible!
I think that you should get rid of your front speakers and get a pair of component speakers from Blaupunkt or JBL (since I figure that both brands are available where you are)
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Remember to keep the gains of the amplifier at 50% or below.
Hey Sam , why do we need to keep the gain < 50% ?? Mine is set at one notch below the max.

My amp is sony XM-552ZR in bridged mode powering sony 300W rms , 4ohm sub.
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So take the front and rear out RCA's and wire them to the GT4 4 channel amplifier.
Sam, the 4950 has 3 pre-outs. So he could wire the sub-out to the rear input of the amp and bridge the output to the sub.

Front and rear speaker connections remaining as you mentioned.
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Yeah shuvc thats what i was thinking.... but lets see whats sounding better.
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