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Old 3rd April 2006, 10:12   #3151
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i was driving the other day and i went over one really bad bump by mistake.was listening to my cd which suddenly stopped when i hit the bump.and the cd was ejecte i pushed it in several times but it kept getting ejected.now the no cd plays i tried some others too.onlyy fm works.any idea what the problem could be ??
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the the lens could have got misaligned. I am surprised this has happened to a modern CD player. Some years ago i had a much more severe accident but the CD did not skip. Funny the song being played then was Wanted Dead or Alive (BonJovi).
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i hav the GTo 936 in the rear and the GTo 426 in the front.i shifted the 426 in my friends car temporarily but now hes in love with them and does not wish to part with them and bought them from me.so i need new fronts.so should i get the 426 or should i get the CS so i can save up some cash for a sub.

my question here is will the Cs be able to provide and appreciable balance with the 936 or will the GTO 426 to a much better job ?


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GTO426 costs 2.5k and Cs costs 2.25k?

and does your player play music cds? Mine rejects mp3's but plays music cds!
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need help on mono-amp

iam presently running my hertz energy series 12"" sub from Alpine-240 with rear bridged which is like 100 watt rms..................

what mono-amp for running a 12'' sub-woofer under 11-12k with 200+rms(high on SQ).........for a hatch back like swift.....................

damn Amps are costly............man
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PA 275, jbl 300.1

or try grey marts

check this thread and continue your post ther as its about mono amp + sub config
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...dio-setup.html (Urgent Help Required For Audio Setup)
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Old 3rd April 2006, 11:51   #3155
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need help on mono-amp

iam presently running my hertz energy series 12"" sub from Alpine-240 with rear bridged which is like 100 watt rms..................

what mono-amp for running a 12'' sub-woofer under 11-12k with 200+rms(high on SQ).........for a hatch back like swift.....................

damn Amps are costly............man
i assume once you get the mono amp you'll use the 240 to run front and rear speakers. in which case get the PA275 or 300.1 or even the Pio D510. The PA275 is a 2 ch amp that needs to be brided and hence in bridge mode cant drive subs under 4 ohms. The 300.1 and D5510 are 2 ohms capable. The 300.1 runs about 10K and the D510 around 12-14K. The PA275 can be had for under 5K and if you haggle even 4K is possible.
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Old 3rd April 2006, 12:06   #3156
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Would you be able to send some over to bangalore?? We could pick them up from Soundfactor. Thanks.

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When you go to the soundfactor, go to the JBL office inside and ask ashok venugopal. He may still have some.
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hey sam

i hav the GTo 936 in the rear and the GTo 426 in the front.i shifted the 426 in my friends car temporarily but now hes in love with them and does not wish to part with them and bought them from me.so i need new fronts.so should i get the 426 or should i get the CS so i can save up some cash for a sub.

my question here is will the Cs be able to provide and appreciable balance with the 936 or will the GTO 426 to a much better job ?


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The price difference is about 600 bucks. The CS2104 is about 1900 bucks as opposed to the 426 for 2500. I like the CS2104 very much and it makes fantastic value for money and does complement the GTO quite well.
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Old 3rd April 2006, 12:18   #3158
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Default what about this deal

Alpine MRD-M605


300 x 1 mono subwoofer amplifier On Sale!!! $258.00 indian- RS 11,510

from an online sale

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Anyone here heard about CARBON car audio and stuff?
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Anyone here heard about CARBON car audio and stuff?
Is it black??
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Is it black??
no re; just Carbon

and whats that 7?... ur age?
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no re; just Carbon

and whats that 7?... ur age?
THats a 7 couple. Seven(7) and Seven's Wife (?) Waaovvv!!

Bad Joke..i some times amuse myself with some PJs..p

JK ,in what context have you mentioned this Carbon audio stuff. Throw some Lux on it will you
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Anyone here heard about CARBON car audio and stuff?
Saw their ads but dont dare hear them I have realised that I have a very low tolerance for ordinary audio. so low that i tend to reach for my toolkit..
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These CArbon stuff looks as of made from Alpine HU frames
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and whats that 7?... ur age?

Read the signature amigo
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