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Old 28th January 2009, 22:41   #31
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heh, dont make us jealous. I think the 4.25k for the energy's is a special pricing for him
They are co-axials not component system!

And congrats Nandan
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Old 28th January 2009, 22:43   #32
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congrats nandan!!!

one small suggestion i think the crossover are installed inside the door panel

try and get them installed some where under the dash
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hertz ecx 165.3 as the model # says is it a three way set.

Hertz ECX 165 is a two way coax. The "x.3" should be something else. May be a new vesion after the some minor modifications??
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you upgraded from jbl comps to hertz coax?
why? even though they may sound better , they wont sound anywhere near as good as the same series comps due to the door install!
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you upgraded from jbl comps to hertz coax?
why? even though they may sound better , they wont sound anywhere near as good as the same series comps due to the door install!
where did i say that?? .

I replaced the Sony coax at the rear with Hertz Coax.

I think you misunderstood abhibh's quote
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Congrats and now Enjoy music..
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you upgraded from jbl comps to hertz coax?
why? even though they may sound better , they wont sound anywhere near as good as the same series comps due to the door install!
He dumped the rear JBL co-ax for Hertz I presume. Wouldn't have dumped compos for sure (he was at ICE section for sometime now right!)
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oh wait , he confused me
i had listened to his existing setup earlier - jbl compos in front and energy coax's behind

when i suddenly read through, didnt notice the sony coax bit , and thought he replaced the front jbl's instead
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