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Old 22nd February 2009, 13:26   #61
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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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Yea the P80II is same as P880
Except for the P880's Premier badging, and copper chassis. The P80RSII has a regular chassis. Its possible the P880 may be slightly different internally too...
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This is the new setup that the SWIFT houses:
PIONEER 8850
ALPINE R-TYPE 17S 110W COMPONENTS : FRONT
IMAGE DYNAMICS CTX650 100W COMPONENTS : REAR DOOR
JBL 755.6 GT AMPLIFIER
BULL AUDIO WIRING
DYNAMAT EXTREME ALL 4 DOORS
JBL GT4-12 SUB

I am happy now it sounds awesome.

I wonder why people compare the 9887 with the P80 ? the 8850 itself gives the 9887 a run for its money.

A happy PIONEER 8850 owner
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Congrats.
How much for JBL 755.6 GT AMPLIFIER?

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HERE are the HUs
Pioneer rules, the ID comps sound gr8.
Love the way those ID looks and hence in love with them.
Can we have more pix of that ID compo
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Old 23rd February 2009, 12:04   #64
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Except for the P880's Premier badging, and copper chassis. The P80RSII has a regular chassis. Its possible the P880 may be slightly different internally too...
Hey Gunbir, which one due to think is better spec and would be higher tech qualities between p880 and p80RSII? Any idea about the cost of both?

Now since you have done many comparing test can you tell which one would be better in SQ to listen between Alpine 9887 and P80RSII? What I learnt is 9887 would make complete sense and will its give full potential if used with KTX-100EQ imprint.. How true is that?

D1 are you getting the P80 or P80II? Must say those ID comps looks just great. How are they against Rainbow in terms of Midbass? Great choice nevertheless.\
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I would take the sounding as following...

P80 > 8650 > 8850 > 9887.

Feature wise all the HU are great having quite similar ones.
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I would take the sounding as following...

P80 > 8650 > 8850 > 9887.

Feature wise all the HU are great having quite similar ones.
LBM by P80 due you mean P80RSII? As I checked on the Website P80 has been discontinued and is replaced by P80RSII. Are there any major difference in their feature. So what's the major difference in these two.
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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.
Hey, bro its the 8850 im listening to..yup the P80II arrives on the 27th...

i'm really sorry, i was not able to catch up on the meet, some family scene

pm me ur cell n we'll surely meet up.
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Congrats.
How much for JBL 755.6 GT AMPLIFIER?



Love the way those ID looks and hence in love with them.
Can we have more pix of that ID compo
I paid appx 14k for the amp.
Yeah the ID compos are okay but Alpine are really a steal at this price.
enjoy the ID pics
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I've been facing a new problem lately, my JBL amp started trippin.
This happens when i play it loud for about 30min and it tripps, the blu light on the amp turns red and need a rest for about 45sec.. beechaara thak jaata hai
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I've been facing a new problem lately, my JBL amp started trippin.
This happens when i play it loud for about 30min and it tripps, the blu light on the amp turns red and need a rest for about 45sec.. beechaara thak jaata hai
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That seems to be a common problem with 75XXX series if there is no problem with wiring or install. My friends 75.4 used to trip alot

Things he avoid now:
1. Car under sun light so amp doesn't get much heated.
2. Sub Gains are set low.

The most effective solution he came to was AC on 100% during summers.

How much you paid for Alpine ?
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I've been facing a new problem lately, my JBL amp started trippin.
This happens when i play it loud for about 30min and it tripps, the blu light on the amp turns red and need a rest for about 45sec.. beechaara thak jaata hai
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Which power cable are you using ? Where are the gorunding of the ground wire done ? Any pics of the same.
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That seems to be a common problem with 75XXX series if there is no problem with wiring or install. My friends 75.4 used to trip alot

Things he avoid now:
1. Car under sun light so amp doesn't get much heated.
2. Sub Gains are set low.

The most effective solution he came to was AC on 100% during summers.

How much you paid for Alpine ?
Which the 9887 or the compos
9887=19500+VAT
17s = 1050/-
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Which power cable are you using ? Where are the gorunding of the ground wire done ? Any pics of the same.
Bull 5 Gauge will investigate for the grounding tomorrow,
thanx though.
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Bull 5 Gauge will investigate for the grounding tomorrow,
thanx though.
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I am sure heating would because the gain is set too high against the amp's tolerance level. Set the gain down little and try again if it trips.

Bro, any idea what would be the cost of the P80II? I am giving a thought too of getting one.
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I am sure heating would because the gain is set too high against the amp's tolerance level. Set the gain down little and try again if it trips.

Bro, any idea what would be the cost of the P80II? I am giving a thought too of getting one.
Even i wanna know the price. Anyone know the price of DEX-P90RS ?
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