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Old 27th June 2008, 09:24   #31
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Originally Posted by blue2ki View Post
i have dropped the MBQ's from my list. polk is out of my budget.

Just a suggestion. Did you lookup the various stuff in Car Audio Stereo at HiFiSoundconnection . Stinger wiring kits are available very cheap here. Razor4077 got his from this site. I am getting mine from here too.

The prices are also a shade cheaper here.
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Old 27th June 2008, 10:03   #32
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Originally Posted by BHAGWAN View Post
You guys will carry Dynamat back to India ?
Or will you pay for shipping to India ?

I could never afford the frieght cost on the Dynamat.
All the Best !!!
nope. am bringing it back home with me. no point ordering it to be shipped to india man, the shipping plus the duties are unimaginable.
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Old 27th June 2008, 11:01   #33
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Exclamation 168 sq. ft. was used in my swift !!!! not 150......

Originally Posted by nitin.dangayach View Post
Ajeeb sa lagta hai sunane mein, You ! can't afford it ? :O

We bought it in the US and will bring it home, as a part of luggage :P

We do not require 150 sq ft of it so carrying it is pretty easy.

I bought a 12sq ft door kit, just to get a feel of it.
The Dynamat weighs a ton.
12 sq. ft. is too small a quantity. You can surely carry it back.....

When I said I could not afford it, I meant the freight cost from USA to India. The material is fully worth it. It is very important part of any install. I could never dream of doing any ICE without it !!!

But I am happy you are trying it out. It is fully worth the money. Once you use it, you will never do any ICE without it......

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Need advice on this MB Quart components MB QUART FSA-216, MB QUART ESA-216, MB QUART DSH 216, MB QUART DSG-216 DISCUS SERIES or MB QUART RSI216 COMPONENT presently using JBL GTO 607C which is going to rear doors so looking for something better than that.Beyond these no budget.
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Just my $.02

I'd pick the Cerwin Vega out of that lot. Nice Arc audio designed boards and power supplies from what I've heard.

You could also look at Cadence TXA series if they're available anywhere. The TXA 1502 should blow everything else out of the water at the price. But it's one big beefy shiny piece of equipment. the Xa series is not bad either. Check out the website for more details.
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