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Old 28th March 2006, 10:09   #3121
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u bet he is ..

... And i could literally ####### my #### with the tip of my #### (get ur imaginations to work !! ) .. ...

.. What say navin ?? How about hitting 200+ with sam riding shotgun ??
1. Mclaren using #### to dodge the foul language filter is not on!
2. Doing 200kmph in Mumabi is darn near crazy if not impossible and irresponsible. I dont think Bangalore is any different.
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Old 28th March 2006, 14:47   #3122
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Gurus,
Need thy advice-
I have the following setups currently on my Lancer.
Rockford Comps on the front
Pioneer co ax on the rear shelf
Rockford Punch sub on the rear shelf
Head Unit- JVC
Boss equalizer
Amps- Boss 4ch and one sony 504 driving the components.

Now to the issues-
1) Am not happy with the placing of the sub on the rear shelf. Whole lot of vibrations ring up due to the sub. Is it a good idea to get the sub in an enclosure in the boot?Thinking of replacing the R fosgate Punch with an ID Max V3.0 / Jonah Lomu Fusion 101 in an enclosure. How would the Fusion 101 fare?

2)Not so happy with the Boss EQ these days. Is it a good idea to do away with this one completely or is it worth while getting another brand EQ for this setup?

PLEASE HELP CLARIFY! Thanks
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Old 28th March 2006, 15:00   #3123
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a) loose the EQ. it does more harm than good.
b) put the Sub in a Box. My guess would be bass rflex for the RF if you can give us the T/S specs maybe we can help with the box dimensions and type.
c) loose the Boss 4ch amp. Use 504 to drive sub and front components and JVC to drive rear.
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a) loose the EQ. it does more harm than good.
b) put the Sub in a Box. My guess would be bass rflex for the RF if you can give us the T/S specs maybe we can help with the box dimensions and type.
c) loose the Boss 4ch amp. Use 504 to drive sub and front components and JVC to drive rear.
a) Will do.
b) It is a 10" RF Punch sub.
c) Would the 504 drive the sub and the front components Navin? Thanks.
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Old 28th March 2006, 17:48   #3125
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1. Mclaren using #### to dodge the foul language filter is not on!
2. Doing 200kmph in Mumabi is darn near crazy if not impossible and irresponsible. I dont think Bangalore is any different.
1. Well none of the words marked #### have a bad word or foul language .. Did that so that it would remain a suspense .. Thats a special for the bangy boys only btw ..

2. Trust me bangy boys have found ourselves a strip (a racetrack actually) where u could close ur eyes and do such speeds without a worry .. Trust me bangy boys are the most responsible drivers of the lot in the whole world (im talking about the racing guys here) .. I appreciate ur concern , but making stereotype comments is not fair .. U ought to see the scene in bangy , trust me i have not much idea about bombay but here its very organised and safe .. Next time u are here u must tag along with us .. U will be shocked ..
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2. Trust me bangy boys have found ourselves a strip (a racetrack actually) where u could close ur eyes and do such speeds without a worry .. Trust me bangy boys are the most responsible drivers of the lot in the whole world (im talking about the racing guys here) .. ....
I have been following this thread too...:-) Now lets back to audio.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/team-b...tml#post199615 (How about a bangy drive this 26th?)
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Old 29th March 2006, 10:43   #3127
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a) Will do.
b) It is a 10" RF Punch sub.
c) Would the 504 drive the sub and the front components Navin? Thanks.
Most 10" subs will do fine in about 1.5-2 cu. ft (40-60 liters). However without accurate T/S specs I would not hazzard a ported box. A sealed box is much more forgiving of these errors.

The 504 will drive a sub and 2 front speakers. to drive the sub you have to bridge 2 channels. The sub must have a nominal impedance greater than 4 ohms.
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Happy Ugadi to one and all. May the New Year bring more prosperity to all and give us more audio equipment.
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Yes, happy Ugadi and happy GudiPadva to all here. May you have a sound new year.
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Sam could you please give me details of the contents of the JBL Sub con kit. Does it contain spade connectors etc?
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Sam could you please give me details of the contents of the JBL Sub con kit. Does it contain spade connectors etc?
http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/7...kitcopy6is.jpg

Contains
1) 5m Power Cable 10 sqmm
2) 1.5m Ground cable 10sqmm
3) 3m Speaker Cable 2X2.5sqmm
4) 5m Speaker Cable incl 12V remote cable
5) 2X ring terminals
6) 6X Cable Ties
7) 1X AGU fuse holder
8) 1X 30A fuse

Only 1 kind of kit available - the MSRP is 2990/-

This
http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/7838/fake114dz.jpg http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/695/fake120er.jpg
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Thanks Sam . Does it contain amp side wire connectors for wires?
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Hey Sam. Is this kit grey market or actually fake...??
The market lingo says imported grey stuff but actually genuine jbl made.

True or is this a rip off ...??
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Hey Sam. Is this kit grey market or actually fake...??
The market lingo says imported grey stuff but actually genuine jbl made.

True or is this a rip off ...??
Rip Off. Fake. Nakli. Nothing to do with JBL. Jhoota. Duplicate. Scam.
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