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Old 4th August 2005, 11:24   #316
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Isnt it a clean job Navin? Oh you should hear the head unit, it's that super duper expensive HU from alpine (of course) the 9XXX, where you can download parametric settings online and all. Oh she sounds so sweet really. Next time you're in bangalore then....
me got the 9833 can download settings but i am not as net literate as you guys.
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There is very little space on the dash of my Alto. That is at the corners. Could I mount the 426s a little towards the centre? And any ideas for fixing the boxes to the dash?
Yaar vivek, wont it look super ugly??
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...So a bright HU combined with a moderately bright component is making the output a little brighter as opposed to having the same compos with an Alpine HU. And trust me Sam, this is not a creation of my imagination....
if you are getting a bit impatient and are looking for adventure see post 12 on the thread below.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5572 (help on choosing speakers)
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There is very little space on the dash of my Alto. That is at the corners. Could I mount the 426s a little towards the centre? And any ideas for fixing the boxes to the dash?
Strongly advise against this vivek. unless your installer is as skilled as Sams they will look Ugly.
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theres the head unit of the optra.
By the way if any of you want that really cool tissue box, let me know.

In fact i will email all JBL showrooms, if any team-bhp member goes to the manager and tells him he's from team bhp, he will hand over a tissue box FOC... ummm... even if you dont buy a thing ok?

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Sam is it either a 9833 or 9835?
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what's that knob below the cigarette lighter. looks like a JBL fader.
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I can see Sam has taken almost a full strip of Combiflam. the last tablet is still there near the gear shift.
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Default Paging for Sam, Navin, Aseem, Vivek.....come in please

Gentlemen,

Your advise sought at http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6618 (Swift Sony Stereo alleged damge during servicing)

BTW, I'll just hop out to the nearest JBL dealer to get my box of tissues

Cheers
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I can see Sam has taken almost a full strip of Combiflam. the last tablet is still there near the gear shift.
NAHEE!!What eyes you have. It's the overdeveloped ears you're supposed to have!

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what's that knob below the cigarette lighter. looks like a JBL fader.
Thats the external gain control for the subwoofer amplifier. Very handy.
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XS, we did see it but you got it fied before we could help. BTW see the thread again.
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Dude the 9830 and 9833 and 9835 have a gain control for the sub.
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Gentlemen,

BTW, I'll just hop out to the nearest JBL dealer to get my box of tissues

Cheers
X, in case a dealer doesnt help you, you can always visit the JBL showroom at GK1, when passing by. I've emailed the manager, he'll give you the box.
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ok the gain control on the Alpine HU is not a big range but one can get around that in a cleaner fashion....change the effective input resistance of the subwoofer amplifer! This involves opening the sub amp but since my sub was built by me it was not an issue.
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@Sam, I have a Sony CDX-F5510X HU.
Wanted to find out if I can connect it to a steering mounted remote control.
If yes, what is the model number of the remote control?
Of course, I would prefer it without any messy wires sticking out from everywhere.
I have a Petra with an OE leather steering wheel.
Approximate cost would be helpful too.

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