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Old 18th March 2009, 11:20   #31
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Gunbir is at Gyro? I thought he was more often found at Driven.
No wonder.. he goes there for the moral support as gyro is a relatively new dealer.. every single install at gyro featured at TBhp has some element of Gunbir and JB!
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FYI ...Gyro and Driven are both retail outlets ( two amongst many nation wide ) at different locations in Delhi who selll products distributed/imported by Gunbir/Autophile AKA BBW distributors. So you are likely to find the duo under the hood in either of the places on weekends. AFAIK Audison is no longer marketed by them.
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Gunbir is at Gyro? I thought he was more often found at Driven.
Which reminds me I haven't been to DRIVEN in like over 2 weeks. Must pay them a visit else Mr. Rana will be "kutti" with me.

Navinji, I'm a resource. I go wherever I'm needed. Be it a dealer or a competitor asking for help. I'd rather be in the field (learning something) than in the office.

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I think BBW doesn't represent Audison/Hertz anymore.
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No wonder.. he goes there for the moral support as gyro is a relatively new dealer.. every single install at gyro featured at TBhp has some element of Gunbir and JB!
True. While the boys at Gyro are coming along quite nicely and I have pleasantly surprised by some of their installs, they still need our support for some of the high end installs. Also, a lot of training gets done during an install. The DRIVEN team has nearly a decade of experience behind them, so they don't require much support now.

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I think BBW doesn't represent Audison/Hertz anymore.
Oh yess too bad. I liked the VRx series.

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Which reminds me I haven't been to DRIVEN in like over 2 weeks. .
I guess the food at Gyro must be better! :-) Just kidding.
Folks it is well known that Gunbir is fond of good food so we tease him about this.
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The BIG CHILL is near Driven.
Very good pastas, steaks, hummous and what not!
I'm wondering what's so great near Gyro!! (will get to know this weekend)
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Folks it is well known that Gunbir is fond of good food so we tease him about this.
You bet! When he's in the field, no cow is safe
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Oh yess too bad. I liked the VRx series.
Yup, design wise the VRx amps will remain one of our favorite car audio amps of all time. Too bad they too will be discontinued in some time.

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I guess the food at Gyro must be better! :-) Just kidding. Folks it is well known that Gunbir is fond of good food so we tease him about this.
The food at DRIVEN is awesome too... Big Chill, Maxims, Continental Dhaba... mmm
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You bet! When he's in the field, no cow is safe
That's BULL and you know it...
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sirjee what about the rajma chawal at nehru place
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sirjee what about the rajma chawal at nehru place
Hmm... Now look what you did. I'm hungry again...

Guys, enough OT. Let's get back to helping the monk with his ICE.
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True. While the boys at Gyro are coming along quite nicely and I have pleasantly surprised by some of their installs, they still need our support for some of the high end installs..
That was preciously my point Sir! Would love to go there someday.
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You bet! When he's in the field, no cow is safe
So that's what happened to the cow Bhagwan gifted B&T!

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Hmm... Now look what you did. I'm hungry again...
So Sir Gunbir, tell me exactly when was it that you were NOT hungry?

Ok guys poor Monk is still waiting for a solution and here we are teasing Gunbir (I know, I know, I started it).
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Thanks to all, I am exploring the choice suggested by Gunbir and Frank on net and will meet/call Mr Rana of DRIVEN .Meanwhile what I notice is that doors of the I 10 are quite thin and am not sure whether they would be able to aborb the vibration and may rattle. Am i right and if yes what can be done about that.Remember? ...I dont have the choice of cutting parcel tray, wife does not want to, and i have to follow as I have to live in the same house and want to eat food everyday....that means speakers goes in doors only and SQ still needed with some deep thump on low to mid volume and no rattles

On another point, is there any specific advantage of two-dins HUs?

And on another another point, of the late with so much of enahancement in my awareness I have started thinking that i should takeout the stock blaupunkt from optra alongwith speakers ( cassate player with rear aux in used with MP3 at 320 all the time) and put it into I10 and start looking for a ICE for Optra, because there i can cut tray (thats my car so i can) and put in all these geeky stuff..what do you say....mind you, front factory fitted speakers in optra (1.6, 2005) are amazing though rear ones are very ordinary..
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The food at DRIVEN is awesome too... Big Chill, Maxims, Continental Dhaba... mmm
OT: You're forgetting the Chinese food van
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Hello Naveen and all,

I was away in Rome on a offical visit and am back now. I10 is still without the ICE. Got so busy that could not do anything about it.The last query I posted ( if i remeber correctly was this ..

"""Thanks to all, I am exploring the choice suggested by Gunbir and Frank on net and will meet/call Mr Rana of DRIVEN .Meanwhile what I notice is that doors of the I 10 are quite thin and am not sure whether they would be able to aborb the vibration and may rattle. Am i right and if yes what can be done about that.Remember? ...I dont have the choice of cutting parcel tray, wife does not want to, and i have to follow as I have to live in the same house and want to eat food everyday....that means speakers goes in doors only and SQ still needed with some deep thump on low to mid volume and no rattles

On another point, is there any specific advantage of two-dins HUs?

And on another another point, of the late with so much of enahancement in my awareness I have started thinking that i should takeout the stock blaupunkt from optra alongwith speakers ( cassate player with rear aux in used with MP3 at 320 all the time) and put it into I10 and start looking for a ICE for Optra, because there i can cut tray (thats my car so i can) and put in all these geeky stuff..what do you say....mind you, front factory fitted speakers in optra (1.6, 2005) are amazing though rear ones are very ordinary.

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