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Old 29th September 2005, 12:19   #1861
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no gals; all pix . took them when i was in bremen, germany

guys why dont u start a shop like this one

3 other images were deleted after getting permision as they were too large.

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Old 29th September 2005, 12:27   #1862
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jk, please post smaller images! Only the second image conforms.
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Old 29th September 2005, 12:35   #1863
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here's it again





thanks navin

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Old 29th September 2005, 13:29   #1864
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Hi Moral,

I believe you are looking at too expensive of headunit as per your budget. After buying alpine headunit there is nothing much left for speakers, subwoofers and amplifiers. Try to even out budget allocations to each component.
that budget is without considering the HU price.
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Old 29th September 2005, 13:42   #1865
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That is a NICE audio store.
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Old 29th September 2005, 13:46   #1866
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Sam, Navin, your views on my post no 1853 please.
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Old 29th September 2005, 13:54   #1867
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How much did you pay for the tray?

Sam, Navin, I think one of you had recommended some box volume sometime back for the 936e? Do you guys remember what it was because as Sam said if boxes will be better then boxes it is. Who cares about luggage space. I need good sound.
c that link. i used mdf for santro. Rs.800. u can get it 4 cheaper rate at coimbatore etc
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/showth...d=1#post123657
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JK, your Santro looks cool man. Congratulations. Now, I have partly JBLifyed my Alto. The rest needs to be done. By the way, which amp is that?

I wonder how much the tray costs in Bangalore. I am still unable to decide whether to go for the tray or boxes.
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ya moral these HU's have been discontinued globally..i suggest u look around in the local market as there are plenty of them available..going by the problems with the newer models i suggest u either stick to 9830/9833 or else look for HUs from a different brand..stick to a cd changer from alpine itself..and as far as speakers are conserned if ur specific about JBL,then depending on the speaker pods u can go in for GTO506ce(5.25'') or GTO606ce(6.5'') components in the front and at the back u can use GTO636e or GTO936e coaxials..as far as the sub is concerned u can go in for GTO100b or 1200b..and as far as the amps are concerned the sony combo of 504&502 is the best VFM..hope that helps u to carry on with ur research until u hear from sam..
I would certainly not recommend GTO 636 for the back. Have it in my Swift, dont like it at all. Would recommend JBL components 606 for sure, and for the rear I would say go for GTO 936.
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JK, your Santro looks cool man. Congratulations. Now, I have partly JBLifyed my Alto. The rest needs to be done. By the way, which amp is that?

I wonder how much the tray costs in Bangalore. I am still unable to decide whether to go for the tray or boxes.
:d Sam c taht

and mate, which car? u can ask soem of ur frnds who in coimbatore 2 get it 4 u. u can save 100-200 or so.

its a Pioneer GM-X324 Amp
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I saw. What is this JBLifyied?

It sounds like belly-fied. First Navin says JBLFried, now Vivel talks like this. Looks like people using JBL will need a low fat diet. lol
Did you see the october autocar or not JKdas?
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Old 30th September 2005, 14:36   #1872
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Vivek, the 936 would probably be a free air speaker. that being the case it would like as big a box as possible. so you could start with a 15-20 liter box.
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Navin...what about the space conservation...you were talking about the other day....the speaker will boom and do nothing else in that box. The midrange will go for a six...all you will hear is bass and highs...
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Old 30th September 2005, 19:10   #1874
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sure i have a space problem but i dont think vivek has that issue. different strokes for different folks.

you think the 6x9 will boom in a box and wreck the mids and highs? I had done this in my honda CVCC in 1984 wite good results. Obviously the 6x9 i used were different :-)
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A 15 to 20 L box? That is quite big. With two 20L boxes, there will hardly be any space for a sub, which I plan to add later on. And good point Navin raised about the boom if I use a box.
I had never been interested in parcel trays. My friend has a Santro with a Pio HU and speakers. He has mounted the 6x9s on a tray and the bass sounded pretty good.

JK, I am in Bangalore. And how much did you pay for the amp? How does it sound?

Arrey Sam, JBLify is future tense. JBLifyed is past tense. Simple.
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