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Old 7th November 2005, 18:43   #2266
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For the sub/tube, will I need a additional Amp ? or the 504 would power the front 4" as well as the sub/tube..
& the 5.25" - should they just be powered by th HU Amp ?
The 504 is capable of powering 2 speakers and a tube.

However, your fronts are 4" so may not perform as well on the amp as you would like them to.
You have 2 choices
1) Power the fronts and the tube with the amp and the rear 5.25" on the HU
2) Power the fronts and the rears in parallel on one channel(use hpf at about 60 to 80hz) and the tube on the other. (no fader control possible)


The 3rd choice is to tri mode one set of channels of the amp. I dont recommend this.
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Old 7th November 2005, 18:47   #2267
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4th choice get another amp to power teh sub. mono if u can

sammmmmm, waht abt my palio setup?
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Old 7th November 2005, 18:51   #2268
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sammmmmm, waht abt my palio setup?
What about it? Did I miss something?
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Old 7th November 2005, 19:07   #2269
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oh dear,

alright, here i go again. wht would u recommend for a palio...no extra cutting of doors and stuff.

i thought palio (frnt and rear) can take only 4 inchers and hence 426. but one of the installers said it can take CS526 at teh back and frnt. well?
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Old 7th November 2005, 21:33   #2270
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I think the Palio front speakers are bigger then the rear ones.
Will check them out when i go to change them.
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Old 8th November 2005, 10:08   #2271
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1. Infinity 4" fronts - Ref 4002i - Since I do the driving mostly..Or the GTO426e ? I want these to be powered by the amp..
2. GTO 506 CE - 5.25" Compos for the rear pod..( No cutting here..right ??)..
3. Sony 504..amp..
ok....if your HU allows you to use the rear speaker out and RCA out
do this.
buy the following.
Infinity 4012i in the front (assuming it fits)
Infinity 5012i in the rear (assuming it fits)
JBL 1200T strapped to the car seat (the larger seat)
Sony 504 amp (or if budget permits the JBL 50.4 or Alpine 240 or Pio 6100) bolted to the back of the smaller car seat

now use Amp to power front and subs. Use HU to power the rear.

Sam or Mclaren or Aseem will be able to give you prices. so you know your budget.

Why did I recommend the 5012i over the 5010cs.? becuase you are powering it with your HU.
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palio...no extra cutting of doors and stuff.

i thought palio (frnt and rear) can take only 4 inchers and hence 426. but one of the installers said it can take CS526 at teh back and frnt. well?
To the best of my knowledge, A palio can accomodate a pair of 4" in front and a pair of 5.25" in the rear. Unaltered.
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Old 8th November 2005, 11:00   #2273
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Sam could you fill in the price in my post 2271 (using the JBL 50.4 amp) so we have a budget. thanks.

basically it is a 4012i, 5012i, 1200T and 50.4 combo that I am recommending.

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For those that thought that i was the only one in Team-JBL that made a song and dance about hair, have you met Alma??

http://www.jbl.com/car/featured/even...x/default.aspx
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JBL 1200T strapped to the car seat (the larger seat)
Sony 504 amp (or if budget permits the JBL 50.4 or Alpine 240 or Pio 6100) bolted to the back of the smaller car seat
Sam or Mclaren or Aseem will be able to give you prices. so you know your budget.
the cs 1200t tube is 6.5k..
50.4 is 9.5k..
240 is 7.5-8k..
6100 is 7k..
sony 504 is 3.5k without b&w and 5.5k with b&w..

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ref4012i - Rs 3990/-, ref 5012i - Rs 4490/-

4002i and 5002i still available in the market.
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For those that thought that i was the only one in Team-JBL that made a song and dance about hair, have you met Alma??

http://www.jbl.com/car/featured/even...x/default.aspx
Unhaired of stuff! Truly hair-raising!

I wonder what would happen if you worked for Gillette........would it mean you with less hair, or a razor with an MP3 player with blades that double up as speakers?
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Unhaired of stuff! Truly hair-raising!

I wonder what would happen if you worked for Gillette........would it mean you with less hair, or a razor with an MP3 player with blades that double up as speakers?
This man is getting funnier and funnier in the twilight years of his life.
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Steeroid, i know it is scray but picture Sam in Alma's place (without clothes)!
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And here's another twilight man...
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