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Old 15th September 2008, 08:15   #16
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You lucky boy. You got an "LBM install". Sigh, some guys have all the luck.

Nice install. Enjoy.
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Old 15th September 2008, 16:40   #17
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Hi! Panky!! Sir, very nicely done.
The enclosure looks stunning to me . It literally steals my heart away.
JBL 1201.1 is a monster-looking amp. which churns out 1114 rms of power
Surely makes the subs sound insane.
Very well executed ,Panky Sir, LBM Sir and all other co-operating
ICE-Lovers!!
I'm sure now you've fallen in love with the car.
Congrats and ~Cheers~cheers:
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Old 15th September 2008, 18:41   #18
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Love the patient auditions and the carefully selected equipment,pank(t)y.
Whats more fun is getting the job done with true audio enthusiasts around. This should have been a mini meet in itself without the daaru.
Btw, those subs look like SPL competition ones and these churning out SQL tells so much about Ground Zero.
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Old 16th September 2008, 12:31   #19
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Them GZ radioactives are excellent subwoofers! I haven't heard anything better at their price.. I've heard them in a sealed enclosure and boy, they're a pleasure to here.. Nice precise bass.. Complete notes, yet not boomy.. Power them with a good amp and they exhibit fantastic control which infact is hard to believe since they're high excursion subs.. BUT!! they have to be heard to be believed!

Congrats panky on your install!

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they exhibit fantastic control which infact is hard to believe since they're high excursion subs..
Concept ko thoda ulta kar diya.

You mean "easier to believe" na? Since they are designed for high excursion, there is more amount of linear travel.
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First congrats Panky for the setup. So now you will be enjoying it fully.

Thanks guys for the support and appreciation. Would love to do much better next time. So stay tuned for the same. I would request the user to post the install.
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O wah bai Panky !! Gaah paa dita....

Nice coverage as well man. Congos.
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really awesome "LBM INSTALL"
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Concept ko thoda ulta kar diya.

You mean "easier to believe" na? Since they are designed for high excursion, there is more amount of linear travel.
Since there is more amount of linear travel, I assume it takes longer for the cone to get back to its original position, hence I thought that high excursion subwoofers can't really exhibit much control as compared to low excursion ones..

Please straighten out my concept! from the basics if necessary!
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Concept ko thoda ulta kar diya.
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Please straighten out my concept! from the basics if necessary!
*Getting myself a coffee and some biscuits* This should be fun.
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Oh thy Yeti who is living the Yetilife.. would you care to explaing the excursion and x-max theories.. Our plain ol aJay is busy explaining 3-way positions to MF!
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I somehow find the tweeter positioning a bit strange. I prefer to mount them on the dash ( or in the 4" location for stealth)
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I somehow find the tweeter positioning a bit strange. I prefer to mount them on the dash ( or in the 4" location for stealth)
It is the temporary position soon to be changed
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aha, the LBM touch. will come over to faridabad and check out what you are upto very soon.

so panty finally installs the JBL mono amp

Btw, rattling to hoegi.. taxi jo hai (me also drives a indica xeta )

LBM - i like ports, how were they tuned??

oh and panky.. congrats. will listen to your setup when i am in rohini.

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First congrats Panky for the setup. So now you will be enjoying it fully.

Thanks guys for the support and appreciation. Would love to do much better next time. So stay tuned for the same. I would request the user to post the install.
Congrats Panky.
How much noisekill did you use?

LBM, we are to watch which channel to catch you live do better next time?
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