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Old 28th August 2008, 21:07   #1
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Default i10 POLKed and Alpined and Pioneered

I zeroed on ice for my 1 day old 1.2 magna

The list is as follows

Alpine ida-X100 from my old car
Pioneer Active Subwoofer from my old car

Front Polk db6501
Rear Pol db651
Amp Polk PA200.4
Schosche wiring for amp and rc for subwoofer

All speakers installed in stock locations and tweeters on dashboard. Amp went below the co-driver seat.

Fitting was neat and professional touch was visible.
Amp has been set to flat on all controls.

The sound quality is awesome. Polk is not as shrill as said many a times in this forum. Same head unit showed lot of clarity with minimal distortion than my old santro(Alpine+pioneer woofer +polk db691+polk db401). I usually listen to folk songs on my ipod and I felt the difference.

Damping is required but I went broke, coz i also installed AutoCop, gear lock, seat cover, head lamp, and horn. So may be soon.

Pics will uploaded as soon as I click them.

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i10 should have better damping than Xing.

Congrats on having a pioneered polked alpined i10.
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Congrats on The ICE

But this thread is not complete without pictures.
waiting for them.
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Congratulations buddy.
Enjoy your ICE. No matter what others say or not, you like your setup and that's the end result an ICE setup should produce.

Nice to know that you like the sound of Polks. For many, it may sound bright (including me). It's all depended on each individual's listening tastes.
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Congrats for the install and waiting for the pics.
BTW what place did you get the install done at?
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Where did you get your install done ? And the prices ?
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You forgot Scosched

PICS!!!!!!!!!
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Congrats! Pics, please!

Looks like you've set the filters on the amp to "off"? That could be why you feel the need for damping in the front doors (the speakers are getting the full signal). If you set the HPF on the amp for the fronts and LPF on the amp for the rears, you might find that the need for damping the front doors is not that much. The i10 is pretty solidly built, and doesn't need a lot of damping.
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please specify the prices!
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You forgot Scosched

PICS!!!!!!!!!

Also forgot to list the pricing without which the thread is incomplete.

Congrats for the new set-up and look forward to pics and prices.
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You forgot Scosched
u forgot broke(D) after these expenses ..!!

pics please... cant wait...
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Hi all, I am so happy to see the thread having so many repsonses. Sorry for being offline, hectic day at office

coming to queries
Installed at
K Car Kunj Pvt Ltd, Punjabi Bagh, Delhi

Now the prices

Front comp Polk db6501 - Rs.9500
rear 6 inch Polk db601 - Rs. 4000
Amp Polk PA200.4 - Rs.14500
Scosche Wiring Kit - Rs.3000
Additional Scosche RC lead for subwoofer - Rs.1500

All rates with bill and warranty

These came from old car
Woofer Pioneer WX206 Active
Alpine 100

please excuse for the pics as I had visited when install was at completion so I took the pics of same articles on shelf. The pics have been taken with phone camera so please forgive for the quality.
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Thanks for the update on pricing. Looks like the dealer palmed off the products at MRP
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Congrats! Pics, please!

Looks like you've set the filters on the amp to "off"? That could be why you feel the need for damping in the front doors (the speakers are getting the full signal). If you set the HPF on the amp for the fronts and LPF on the amp for the rears, you might find that the need for damping the front doors is not that much. The i10 is pretty solidly built, and doesn't need a lot of damping.
I have already set HPF on my alpine to 160 Hz I will try setting on amp as well, thanks

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Thanks for the update on pricing. Looks like the dealer palmed off the products at MRP
he gave me rs.5000 discount on the total bill amount

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Your Pioneer Sub is equipped with rocket pods..

Congrats on the setup, did you pick up the stuff with bill & warranty, cus the prices are pretty steep.

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