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Old 4th May 2009, 16:51   #1
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Hey Guys,

I finally decided to go with a big bang approach upgrading from a decent setup which was not even six months old to a new one. Details have been mentioned below of what I have currently installed. Do give me your valuable inputs. I will be posting the actual pics of my car and the actual setup within a week.

Head Unit


In Phase IPS248BT CD / MP3 / WMA car stereo with Bluetooth

• CD/MP3/WMA/SD/USB
• 60w x 4
• Dot Matrix display
• 2 channel line out 2 channel line in
• Flip down front panel
• Aux in
• ID3 Tag
• ESP ( Electronic Shock Protection) Blue illumination
• Rotary volume encoder
• RDS FM/MW
• 30 radio presets
• Random/Repeat play
• Face off
• Bluetooth profile supported:
A2DP and AVRCP. Built in stereo code and audio streaming. Can send music files. Built in Bluetooth connection for handsfree calling with Bluetooth mobile phone. Included keypad for handsfree calling. Simple phone book function: Can memorise up to 30 names and phone numbers. Caller ID display supported. Can adjust caller’s volume using main volume control Incoming and Calls Made call history (up to 10 callers/calls). Six ring tone melodies.

Amplifier

Juice JA890 2400W 4 Channel Amplifier



• 2400 Watts 4 Channel Amplifier
• Bridgeable
• High level speaker input
• 'Tri-mode' output - simultaneous stereo & bridged mode capability
• Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) MOSFET Power Supply
• Variable input sensitivity; RCA input 0.2V to 6V
• Thermal, Overload and Short circuit protection
• Excellent muting circuitry prevents turn on/off ‘pops’
• Built-in High Pass / Full Range / Low Pass Filter switch
• Silver plated power connectors for optimum power distribution
• Silver plated speaker connectors for optimum signal output

In Phase IPA2001D



In Phase IPA2001D 4000 watts Monoblock amplifier

In Phase IPA2001D 2000 Watts RMS Mono Car Amplifier. InPhase amplifiers are made to rock your world. With great muscle also comes refinement. With features such as trimode capability, Mosfet Power Supply and clever protection circuits, these hand-built powerhouses will take anything you throw at them.
• 800w RMS x 1 @ 4Ω
• 1200w RMS x 1 @ 2Ω
• 2000w RMS x 1 @ 1Ω
• 4000 Watts Max Power
• Regulated power supply
• MOSFET power supply
• Oversize Power Tranformer
• Bipolar Output devices
• Dimensions (L x W x H) 320mm x 250mm x 55.5mm
• Variable gain adjustment
• Variable cross over (high/low pass)
• Thermal protection
• Overload protection
• 1Ω Stable
• Variable Subsonic Filter 20Hz- 50Hz
• Low pass filter frequency 50Hz - 250Hz
• Digital Subwoofer Level Control
• Bass Boost

Speakers

Front

In Phase XT52ND


In Phase XT52ND 5.25″ 2-way Neodymium magnet speakers
• Maximum Power: 200 Watt
• 2-way slim fit speakers
• Woofer size: 13cm (5.25″)
• Woofer material: Glassfibre
• 1″ Kapton voice coil
• Superslim Neodymium magnet
• Mounting Depth: 56mm
• Multi directional Eyeball PEI tweeter lifts the sound stage for a better sound
• Tweeter material: Silk dome tweeter with Neodymium magnet
• Impedance: 4Ω
• Sensitivity: 89dB
• Frequency repsonse: 64Hz-20kHz


Rear

DB Audio T-Rex 69.1


Woofer:
• Euro DIN vented diecast basket
• 6″x9″ Woven Kevlar
• Compound Cone
• Santoprene surround
• Chrome plated washer & T-yoke
Tweeter:
• Swivel 20mm Silk Dome
• Neodymium Magnet
General:
• Frequency Range: 35-25000 Hz
• Impedance: 4 ohm
• Sensitivity 1W/1M: 91 dB +/- 2dB
• Nom. Power: 90 Watts
• Max. Power: 170 Watts
• Mounting Depth: 83mm


Enclosures

In Phase PR212



In Phase 2800 watts passive radiator double 12″ subwoofer enclosure
• Driver: 2 x XT12
• Maximum Power: 2800 Watt
• Impedance 4Ω
• Sensitivity: 92dB
• Frequency response: 28-180Hz
• Dimension (H x W x D): 590mm x 680mm x 327mm


Also Installed a Capacitor of 1 Farad & 2 Fuses 1 for each Amp.
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Old 4th May 2009, 18:20   #2
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Prices and installation pics please.
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Your car looks like an "in-phase" demo car! but whats this brand "in-phase"?
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Sorry for being a noob but isnt this a wrong install? the brands used are just nothing, but the effort is something extraordinary, sorry dude but maybe i am wrong, maybe if i audition then i can tell for sure.
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A UK based company according to Mr. Google
InPhase Audio


600w per sub is not at all bad ( If i go by the numbers)

Will have to audition this.
Install pics and original pics of stuff in your?
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He is in mumbai so maybe he can come to the meet and then we can compare his install with franks, maybe frank and ajay will be put to shame with this install.

Also @the dude, please dont go and buy anything based on numbers, this i am telling from my own experience, also what you pay = what you get, you cant get quality of a STEG from a JBL, similarly, a brand which costs less, is for a reason, either the stuff is not good or the company is a false company with bad stuff and is soon going to go 'bankrupt' and not service the billed items bought from them, you might just get good loud sound from this and maybe very value for money it is, but the quality is definatly not up to the mark.
This is my assumtion with experience but i can be wrong as i said earlier, i can only tell after a audition. Also for your sake i hope you have got them with warranty and not without.
Also can you tell me where you live and where you bought this stuff? i hope it is not from milan, because if you dont know stuff they will take advantage.
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never heard this brand name, from where did you got this stuff are they available in India or you imported, and please do post the pics as soon as possible.
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He is in mumbai so maybe he can come to the meet and then we can compare his install with franks, maybe frank and ajay will be put to shame with this install.

Also @the dude, please dont go and buy anything based on numbers, this i am telling from my own experience, also what you pay = what you get, you cant get quality of a STEG from a JBL, similarly, a brand which costs less, is for a reason, either the stuff is not good or the company is a false company with bad stuff and is soon going to go 'bankrupt' and not service the billed items bought from them, you might just get good loud sound from this and maybe very value for money it is, but the quality is definatly not up to the mark.
This is my assumtion with experience but i can be wrong as i said earlier, i can only tell after a audition. Also for your sake i hope you have got them with warranty and not without.
Also can you tell me where you live and where you bought this stuff? i hope it is not from milan, because if you dont know stuff they will take advantage.
Chill, buddy. He bought what he liked. each one to his own. Is he asking whether he bought the right stuff??
He has it installed already.So listen to it and then jump to conclusions.

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Any product which is Mfg. as consumer goods go thru QC test,and its always not necessary what is extremly expensive is the best.Again car audio depends upon once taste of music,if a person is Bass lover obviously he wont enjoy the SQ setup much.

90% of the complete system installed are for loud listening and system flaunting outside the car.

its good to hear that we have something different brand in car audio entering our land,you many never know it may be a VFM car audio product,giving a run to products already available here.We await for taking a demo if the fellow member welcomes us Audio freaks to audition his audio install setup
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Chill, buddy. He bought what he liked. each one to his own. Is he asking whether he bought the right stuff??
He has it installed already.So listen to it and then jump to conclusions.

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That is what i was saying, as to my assumtions this should be a rip off, but no one can know untill we audition, hope the dude makes it to the meet.
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you're going the SPL way mate. i think you can make your enemy's ears bleed to death if you want.. lol.
anyways, hope you like what you installed.
please tell us your source, where you procured all this equipment from.
and also mention the cost wise break up. not MRP's but what you paid for this stuff.
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In Phase and Juice are local UK brands but I suspect the products are manufactured in the "Far East". I suspect they (at least Juice) may well be inhouse brands of some Internet based car audio retailer (Car Audio Center for example see the In Phase website). This is not unusual or unethical. Crutchfield has Profile as an inhouse brand.

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Since you're in mumbai itself, care to give us an audition? Quite waiting to hear this unique system :-)
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looks quite good..

Please mention prices of the same !!
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Crutchfield has Profile as an inhouse brand.
Correct Navin.. but having heard profile myself, I would say its badly overrated just like a brand called audiobahn!
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