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Old 20th October 2005, 14:19   #2056
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But this is true. The Tata Cars are the only ones in India, to allow door components (5.25 or 6") PLUS a 4" in the front dash, like a WagonR. The soundstage is full front lol
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Old 21st October 2005, 09:41   #2057
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Its improving from its initial avtaar... however still not quite at Palio or Sail level.
you wont beleive it that I am not 100% satisfied with teh fit and finish of either my wife's Sail, my RS, or my mom's Honda. Every car leaves something to be desired.

Tata leaves a lot. It may offer you great speaker locations but with all the buzzes and rattle I have heard from the 1 inidcar i sat it I dont think my attention would be on the music.
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Old 21st October 2005, 12:56   #2058
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Hey Sam... You need to check this thread....

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8195
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Old 21st October 2005, 13:02   #2059
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Well, navin... Everyone knows how the Tata car made 'noise' from every possible direction on its debut... But what everyone don't know now is that it has improved a lot... You should check out the latest offering on the Indica.... My car does not rattle, and its really smooth.... But yeah, the tata's interiors can by no means come near a palio... the paliois just toooo good.

Yea sam.. the sound staging is front focused... It could have been better if they had provided space for a 6" compos in the door, but sad, its just 5" quarter... wud have preferred the 6" compos in the front...

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Old 21st October 2005, 15:33   #2060
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It could have been better if they had provided space for a 6" compos in the door, but sad, its just 5" quarter... wud have preferred the 6" compos in the front...
You can fit a 6" easily in the front of an indica. Just a little mehnat.
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Old 23rd October 2005, 18:12   #2061
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Cool Stuff added to my Scorpio and everything is with B&W

Hi Guys. I have finaaaallllyyyy upgraded my system and the following is what I have added:

This is what My Scorpio Had earlier:

1. CDA-9833
2. A PAIR OF Kenwood 6"by 9" KFC-M6930 PEAK POWER 300W
3. Alpine 4 Channel AMP.
4. Alpine R series 17LS Components Speakers on the front door panels.
5. 305 PIOneer Woofer Driven by a Glider 2 channel amp.

Stuff removed:

1. Kenwood speakers.

Stuff added:

1. SPR694A Co-Axials
2. SPR176A Components for the back door panels.
3. Sony 14X 4 Channel amp.
4. Alpine SPS 1005 fited on the C- Pillar
5. Blaupunkt 75RMS Passive centre speker monted on the centre of the roof.


These stay as they were earlier:
1. Alpine 4 Channel AMP.
2. Alpine 17LS Components Speakers on the front door panels.
3. 305 PIOneer Woofer Driven by a Glider 2 channel amp.


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Old 23rd October 2005, 18:32   #2062
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Moods so you have 3 amplifiers now? Meaning 10 channel.... 2 for subwoofer.... and what about the other 8?
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Old 23rd October 2005, 23:35   #2063
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Default Ghar mein jaisa Muzic.......

hey guyzzzzzzzz.... Check this out.... Home speakers on da car... it was a Peugeot 309.... clicked this on friday, while at a signal and it just turned green, else could have tried for another shot or two.... wonder what he has for the fronts.... lol

Pic taken from a SE S700i, so like Sam says, "kindly adjust and chumma"......

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aseem he has 3 pairs of speakers plus a set of tweeters on the c pillar plus a center speaker.
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Navin the Alpine tweets i bought 1005, I had them earlier connected to the crossover of the co-ax'x but they did not produdce good sound, now instead I have used one channel of the sony amp(50 RMS) the tweets are 25 each and am getting good sound staging. Is this ok.
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Talking laalu

Aseem I am not going to tell you what the other 8 channels r for, guess and post it ASS
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Old 24th October 2005, 07:52   #2067
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Wink Blau. Centre speaker

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Aseem I am not going to tell you what the other 8 channels r for, guess and post it ASS

The bLau. Centre cpeaker has given the car a theatre like exp. man....its super cool for me atleast n it plays trance like never before
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Navin the Alpine tweets i bought 1005, I had them earlier connected to the crossover of the co-ax'x but they did not produdce good sound, now instead I have used one channel of the sony amp(50 RMS) the tweets are 25 each and am getting good sound staging. Is this ok.
alpine sells crossovers witht hte tweeters so if you connected the coax's crossover as well it would have sounded wierd too much roll off.

I assume you are using 2 channels of power for the tweeters. They might not require much power but they still require 2 channels for stereo seperation.

each pair 176, 17LS and 694 would require 2 channels of power. so that makes 8 channels.

I would use the 2 biggest (most powerful channels) in the front and rear doors and use the 2 lower powered channels for the 694 and tweeters.
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I used to have something like this in my 1978 Honda CVCC i used while a junior-senior in college.
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Hi I'm back. Actually in my Maruti Van, 15 years ago I had mounted 2 bookshelf speakers on aluminium brackets on the rear pillars of the van. The speakers were too heavy and one day the Patra of the car sort of opened up and the speakers came crashing down and I decided to get into Car Audio
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