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Old 19th February 2009, 11:56   #46
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@ D1 - Can you tell us what the settings in the audio menu of the Pioneer 8850 are?
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Old 19th February 2009, 15:31   #47
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HERE are the HUs
Pioneer rules, the ID comps sound gr8.
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Old 19th February 2009, 15:37   #48
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@ D1 - Can you tell us what the settings in the audio menu of the Pioneer 8850 are?
The following is the contents of the 850 Audio menu:
CUSTOM EQ1
CUSTOM EQ2
SUBWOOFER 1
SUBWOOFER 2 LEVEL
SUBWOOFER SLOPE
FRONT HPF SLOPE
FRONT HPF FREQ
REAR HPF SLOPE
REAR HPF FREQ
BBE
COMP/BMX 1
AUTO EQ
SLA
AUI SOUND LEVEL
BALANCE & FADER
TIME ALIGNMENT
LOUDNESS

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D1 i would have loved to audition the 9887. Do get the car at the meet.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1179503-post58.html

Schedule is changed a bit!

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Old 19th February 2009, 19:35   #50
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i guess stacking of Head Units has become a fashion on tbhp. hehehe.. anyways, hope you are happier with the 8850 than you were with the 9887. I guess there's a more in depth reply to you from me on that in the what ice, what price section, so go read it!
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i guess stacking of Head Units has become a fashion on tbhp. hehehe..
Fashion or passion that only few can afford.

How much does the 850 cost?

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How much does the 8850 cost ? How good is it compared to Pioneer DEH-P80RSII?
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Could you compare the ID comps to Alpine comps ?
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How much does the 8850 cost ? How good is it compared to Pioneer DEH-P80RSII?
The we bought 2 8850's
1. 14000/-
2. 13000/-
price may vary due to availability

P80RSII is a hyper car leaves the 8850 behind, the P80 has Advance Type 24 bit BurrBrown.. mine wud arrive here by 27th of this month, will certainly post the feedback here.

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Could you compare the ID comps to Alpine comps ?
Hey dude, infact i was just eval the same today.. the Alpine surely produce crisp sound where as the ID are more towards the mid-bass. as of now they are installed in the rear doors. One thing i give Alpine is that in this price , it is worth every penny.
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The we bought 2 8850's
1. 14000/-
2. 13000/-
price may vary due to availability

P80RSII is a hyper car leaves the 8850 behind, the P80 has Advance Type 24 bit BurrBrown.. mine wud arrive here by 27th of this month, will certainly post the feedback here.

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So you saying P80RSII is way ahead then 8850.. if so what are the major differences? any idea. What's the pricing like ?

Are P80RSII and DEH-p880PRS/DEH-P800PRS (USA) the same model??

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So you saying P80RSII is way ahead then 8850.. if so what are the major differences? any idea. What's the pricing like ?

Are P80RSII and DEH-p880PRS (USA) the same model??
Yes the P80 is better than 8850 any given sunday..infact the 8650 in the pic below has a slightly better sound than the 8850..even looks more expensive than the 8850.

Yea the P80II is same as P880
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D1 which HU are you using right now ? 8850 right ? and P80 is coming on 27th of this month ?

I am confused

P.S. I hope you are coming for the meet.
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Yes the P80 is better than 8850 any given sunday..infact the 8650 in the pic below has a slightly better sound than the 8850..even looks more expensive than the 8850.

Yea the P80II is same as P880
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8850 Is this the one with color screen and graphic's etc?
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@noidaboy - yes thats the 8850.
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