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Old 17th February 2009, 15:09   #31
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Any pictures to support your claim ???? Would love to see them.
We're not into making claims... we find it simpler to just state facts!

Here are a few "high end HU's" we have at work. There are more at home but I hope you won't make me unpack those as well...

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Old 17th February 2009, 15:19   #32
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We're not into making claims... we find it simpler to just state facts!

Here are a few "high end HU's" we have at work. There are more at home but I hope you won't make me unpack those as well...

Cheers!
Thanks but I think you missed my post. I mentioned specific three HU

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1174725-post22.html (Alpine F#1 Status Line)

- Nakamichi CD700
- Pioneer P90 combo
- Alpine 7998

and in the pic you post I can only see the Nakamichi CD700 only...Hope you get my point and I am not forcing you to unpack those but just wanna see the facts....
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and in the pic you post I can only see the Nakamichi CD700 only...Hope you get my point and I am not forcing you to unpack those but just wanna see the facts....
That was quick...

Sigh... I would make that extra effort if I saw a point and if I had the time...
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uwieeee!! All 4 together ..that is one expensive pic!

How do you rank all 4 of them on the basis of performance?
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sirjee amazing collection !!!
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...How do you rank all 4 of them on the basis of performance?
Gunbir's review of the High-ends: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/975620-post52.html
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Gunbir's review of the High-ends: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/975620-post52.html
I am missing the Pioneer P90 combo and Alpine F1 in the list.
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Gunbir's review of the High-ends: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/975620-post52.html
Man! That post deserves to be made a sticky!

An amazing, well worded, balanced and a very straight forward review. It could be a bit more detailed though. Gunbir, how about starting a thread doing the whole thing in much better detail.

This link has just made me think twice about the Panasonic HU. I want it. And NOW!!

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why cant tbhp have a section in the ICE section where dealers and people who have listed their names in commercial declaration post their installs?????

or ATLEAST their own cars?????
We are working on this Frank. Remember ICE is only one small section of what is otherwise a CAR forum so we have to work out rules that work for all professionals etc...
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If somebody absolutely has to have a Mcintosh, here's a DoubleDin unit (CD + Cassette, no less!) straight from Japan, going for $329.00 + $50.00 shipping on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/Mcintosh-2Din-CD-MD-Subaru-Legacy-MX406-HX-D1_W0QQitemZ260363283649QQcmdZViewItemQQptZCar_Aud io_In_Dash_Receivers?hash=item260363283649&_trksid =p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1234|66%3A2|65%3A12|3 9%3A1|240%3A1318|301%3A0|293%3A1|294%3A50

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EDIT: As the seller mentions, "Very Rare item, don't miss it. You'll be a hero!!!"

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The best person to own it right now is a certain Ashok from Hyderabad.
I'm sure rest of the bhpians would agree. What say?

Wow! A macintosh with Tru and ID XS. Heaven on earth!
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