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Old 22nd March 2008, 15:06   #16
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iDQ12D4 v2 Subwoofer gets around 300w @ 2ohms from the Genny's 5th channel
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Cool Continued...

All comes together now, headrest has Sony monitor
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SLURP SLURP !!!! Just seeing the Genesis Amp makes me want to own one !!! Chalo kabhi to woh din bhi ayega !!!!!

Waiting to see the complete install & possible hear the results


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Old 22nd March 2008, 15:42   #19
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And we're done...

The system sounds brilliant. Very sweet and dynamic with a nice sound stage. If the smile on the owner's face is any indication, he was extremely happy with the end result.
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Smile Good Show - Guys; Well done !!

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Moral, we used damping !
Nice gear;

Well installed.

Besides, very well photographed.

Professional Job !!!

I am sure the car [SUV] must be sounding great;

All the Best.

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Old 22nd March 2008, 16:02   #21
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@Gunbir,
Good to see such a neat install(Audio equipment speak for itself),pics' speak volume.I am fan on your photography skills(Provided your the man behind cam),simply loved the comaprison pics of stock mid-bass and ID mids.Your work put smile on alot of faces for sure.Now i won't ask whether it's on or off axis,hahaaaaaa
Good work,keep it up.
Nice gift for holi!!!
Happy Holi to all.

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Gunnu Paaji, congrats on the immaculate install. If you don't mind me asking, how much for the JVC HU?
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Beautiful clean install.

I guess this is the first Gunbirized Safari we've seen on this forum !! cheers:
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Great Equipment, great install!

Congrats to the owner.
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I am fan on your photography skills(Provided your the man behind cam)...

Happy Holi to all
All our installs have photos taken by both JB and me. The camera lies around and we just pick and shoot whatever keeps getting done. I don't really think we possess any exceptional photography skills. Now only if one Mr. R. Sen would accept an apprentice....

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If you don't mind me asking, how much for the JVC HU?
The HU is for around 19k (grey) I think. Exceptional value. It does complete 5.1 surround decoding, has a screen, built in bluetooth (that works really well) and USB. DivX MP3 WMA JPG playback from any USB or optical disc source. Not to forget time alignment, and good sound to boot.
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Gunnu Paaji

did the new drivers require any cutting in the doors ?
A little cutting is required. Look a 6.5 inch Illusion Electra in a safari door.

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Now i won't ask whether it's on or off axis,hahaaaaaa
It is off-axis install.
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A little cutting is required. Look a 6.5 inch Illusion Electra in a safari door.
Hahahahahaha... and you couldn't use any of the pics from this install to say that?
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did the new drivers require any cutting in the doors ?

Check out this picture from gunbir's post
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Respected Sirs,

It is not about the cutting, but about the mounting.

The Damping + Mounting [of the mid-woofer] + Connection + Cable routing etc. etc.
Are important.

The end result is dependent on many things.

Cut or no Cut - Damping at the back and the sides of the driver & ring [wooden] used sometimes is rather important. IMHO.
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Wink Cute X-Overs !

Those X-Overs look so 'sweet' Nice. Small & have few components; Correct way of doing things.

Can I give a small suggestion ? Please.....

The Cables - Below the seat - etc.
Can you try and 'organize' them.
I am sure you have taken enough precaution while installing with regards to RCA + Power + Speaker Cables, but try and get them seperated [in the picture] and 'tucked away' !!!

I personally too like to mount the X-Oover next tot he Amp. This is not always the right thing to do, but I like it like this. We need to run double the speaker cable length, but phasing can be easily adjusted this way !!!!
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