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Old 18th August 2009, 16:32   #1
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Hey guys I need your assistance in guiding me to a very good SPL tuner in mumbai.
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Old 18th August 2009, 16:50   #2
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What is your target SPL number and which vehicle, Along with a budget.
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Old 18th August 2009, 18:07   #3
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What is your target SPL number and which vehicle, Along with a budget.

looking at no specific SPL number & no budget in mind.

I just want the current setup to sound amazing because I feel their potentials are being underutilized.
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I just want the current setup to sound amazing because I feel their potentials are being underutilized.
What do you thing is underutilized ?
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Can you list down your Current Setup?
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vishy, i doubt there is the need for an SPL tuner. if you are not interested in competition and numbers, and if you feel your system is not playing to its potential, play around with the settings. experiment with stuff, and keep posting your results here.
you dont need any tuner, tune it yourself. I can help. We can meet and sort it out. im sure it can be achieved.

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Get rid of the 2 passive's which you have and build a ported enclosure for your subs,you can easily hit some good decibles with what you have no specific tuner required for it,but for help we are always there
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vishy, i doubt there is the need for an SPL tuner. if you are not interested in competition and numbers, and if you feel your system is not playing to its potential, play around with the settings. experiment with stuff, and keep posting your results here.
you dont need any tuner, tune it yourself. I can help. We can meet and sort it out. im sure it can be achieved.
hey bro its been a long time we met up.. let me know when you would be free and maybe over the weekend we can experiment

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Get rid of the 2 passive's which you have and build a ported enclosure for your subs,you can easily hit some good decibles with what you have no specific tuner required for it,but for help we are always there
will experiment with this too ramie but I guess first help me with your tuning and lets try and improve what's in . By the way how much time and effort in terms of man days would be required to build a ported enclosure ??

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What sub and amp are you using?
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will experiment with this too ramie but I guess first help me with your tuning and lets try and improve what's in . By the way how much time and effort in terms of man days would be required to build a ported enclosure ??
Give me atleast a days time to build the subwoofer box,come down in weekdays and make urself free for a day to get it tunned and install the setup properly
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What sub and amp are you using?
@nitrous please check this link for details on the amp and sub I currently have

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/sound-...s-my-alto.html
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