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Old 4th January 2006, 23:12   #2761
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are they gonna ban stereos or wat,
Well as a Prince song goes... "'Then give me the electric chair... 4 all my future crimes"
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Old 4th January 2006, 23:20   #2762
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Can i do bridging on this negative ground type or there is RISK

manual also sayz continous power output is 22 W per channel into 4 ohm
I think this means 22rms/ channel, am i right ??????
those readings are very optimistic. i'd expect 8-10W ms per channel <0.1% dist., 20-20kHz. Now 8W rms is quite enough for most needs so dont be disheartened. Anyone who disputes that is welcome to listen to my 15W PP triode when done. :-) LOL
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THE TIMES OF INDIA NEWS PAPER
Joint comm. of police(traffic), qumar ahmed said " installation of any such devices, including television screens and stereo systems in any cabin of vehicle is not allowed.............for this reason that stereo systems and use of cell is banned while driving.
I'll take my ipod and walk! given the traffic speeds in mumbai I'll probably save time too!
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Can i do bridging on this negative ground type or there is RISK
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Do not bridge this head unit. It is not designed for bridging and i ASSURE you it will destroy the power stage of the head unit.
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Old 5th January 2006, 15:06   #2765
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thanks sam you just saved the life of a pionner player

about banning stereo, i think its impossible, they cant stop us
i think by stereo the Joint comm. of police meant the use of A6000gti or using more than 1 woofer and a pair of coax/comp., sam u better take care with the new eyeball....lol
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Do not bridge this head unit. It is not designed for bridging and i ASSURE you it will destroy the power stage of the head unit.
Thanks Sam....
U saved my head unit ...
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hi guys.I have Kicker KS5.2 Components in the Front,
Kicker KS6.2 Components for the Rear,
Kenwood 320W 4-channel amp to power the comps,
Wiring: Original Kicker Amp Wiring set including RCA cables

Now,I have ordered for Kicker CVR 10 inch subwoofer from ebay.
I'll have to buy a mono/2 channel amp for it.
The Subwoofer specs are:
Model : Kicker CVR 10
Dual 4-Ohm Voice Coils
Peak Power Handling 600W
RMS 300W
Sensitivity 85.5db

Well,please suggest an amplifier within Rs5,500 range for powering this sub.
I don't mind any brand amp,but it should be a branded one..not generic.
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Old 5th January 2006, 22:38   #2768
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any good 2ch. amp will do. you can bridge it. i can barely remember model numbers leave alone prices and stuff. JB, Sam etc... are far better.
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personal opinion :
1. alpine mrv- t420 ..
2. audison srx 2s or lrx 2.500 ..
3. jbl px600.2
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personal opinion :
1. alpine mrv- t420 ..
2. audison srx 2s or lrx 2.500 ..
3. jbl px600.2

Px600.2?? isn't sold in India. Besides, his budget for the subwoofer amplifier is 5500/-

Dude the only JBL amp in that range is the CS60.2 and yes - bridged it will drive your subwoofer pretty well.
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60.2 it is then! never knew it was that cheap.
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Yup - MSRP is 5990/- (though sometimes you get a better price) and it drives a single sub pretty well. It's part of the new CS family.
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My friend just bought JBL GTO 936 (100rms,300pmpo) speakers
he wants to me to check on the price,
can you tell me how much should these speakers cost.


plus NAVIN dont 4get to comment on my amp waveform and circuit @
http://geocities.com/melvinisback/subhtml/amp.htm
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GTO936E officially with B&W MSRP is Rs 4750/-
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GTO936E officially with B&W MSRP is Rs 4750/-
he got them for 5000Rs. with B&W , u think he charged a bit extra.??
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