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Old 22nd March 2010, 06:50   #16
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Go for 1004 anyday, its a very powerful amp, you wont regret.
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Old 22nd March 2010, 08:38   #17
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JBL GT5 S422 300W - 2 channel
JBL GT5 S 644 800W - 4 channel
JBL GTO 1004 600W - 4 channel

which of the above is best option for powering the Hertz components while rear JBL 938 gets powered by HU only or should all 4 go on amp.
i wanted to get a better dominating front stage sound !!
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JBL GT5 S422 300W - 2 channel
JBL GT5 S 644 800W - 4 channel
JBL GTO 1004 600W - 4 channel

which of the above is best option for powering the Hertz components while rear JBL 938 gets powered by HU only or should all 4 go on amp.
i wanted to get a better dominating front stage sound !!
ariend stick to a budget first.

And if you intend to get sub, 4 channel would be helpful else the two channel would be enough for you. GTO is a class up than GT; need to have good ears and install to differentiate it.
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Old 22nd March 2010, 09:06   #19
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ariend stick to a budget first.

And if you intend to get sub, 4 channel would be helpful else the two channel would be enough for you. GTO is a class up than GT; need to have good ears and install to differentiate it.
my budget can have include any of this but wanted to know how to get the best out of my setup.
also would like to know opinions of any other brand amps in this price range worth considering
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thanks for the response ajay sir and all.
yesterday i got installed the gto 1004 got it at 10500 with b&w.and a jbl 1215 bass tube .didn't like the cs with enclosure as bass was boomy .the bass tube has a flatter bass more to my liking .changed the wiring kit to jbl.the bass tube for 5900 and and wiring kit for 2500 .are these pricing ok.
one more thing i sometime dont want to run the bass tube .i change the connection to the rear infinity and disconnect the sub.
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thanks for the response ajay sir and all.
yesterday i got installed the gto 1004 got it at 10500 with b&w.and a jbl 1215 bass tube .didn't like the cs with enclosure as bass was boomy .the bass tube has a flatter bass more to my liking .changed the wiring kit to jbl.the bass tube for 5900 and and wiring kit for 2500 .are these pricing ok.
one more thing i sometime dont want to run the bass tube .i change the connection to the rear infinity and disconnect the sub.

afaik Jbl doesnt make wiring kits , switch to bull/kicker.
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Old 22nd March 2010, 20:45   #22
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afaik Jbl doesnt make wiring kits , switch to bull/kicker.
For your information JBL India do distributes wiring kit which cost approx 3k and contains all the stuff to connect one amplifier.
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For your information JBL India do distributes wiring kit which cost approx 3k and contains all the stuff to connect one amplifier.
sir you are correct.
i have one problem now .since my hu had only one rca out the installer used a Y-splitter to make two inputs for the front and rear input. now the fader of the hu doesnt work . i can only change front and rear settings from the amp.is there a way that the fader will work or i have to go with the installer and get a hu with 2 or more rca outs
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For your information JBL India do distributes wiring kit which cost approx 3k and contains all the stuff to connect one amplifier.
but their website doesnt mention that in accessories section.
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but their website doesnt mention that in accessories section.
doesn't cost 3k... shld be 1500-1800 depending on availability.
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