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Old 26th April 2006, 16:55   #3301
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and Sam; new 7series eh? emm. I liked teh cross-over design and teh sub box
Could you shed some more light? Even the website doesn't have such a thing
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Old 26th April 2006, 19:01   #3302
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Could you shed some more light? Even the website doesn't have such a thing
Get the Autocar mohit, all will be clear
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guys....
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...d=1#post216980 (Battery Replacement...)
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Old 29th April 2006, 02:51   #3304
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Hey guys, GET AN AUTOCAR!!! It has the brochure of the JBL 7 series coming free with it. Also, the 7 series features a push type tweeter attenuation section. SO GET IT!
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Old 29th April 2006, 13:28   #3305
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I was gifted an Alpine 9833 today Oh happy happy.
Gonna install an HK Drive and Play and the 9833 in the Lancer in 2 or 3 days.
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Old 29th April 2006, 15:26   #3306
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I have a Alpine 9833 in my Scorpio with front Alpine rseries comp. Rear Doors have Alpine r series comps and at the back Alpine ovals with a Alpine woofer and 2 Alpine Woofs and I am very very satisfied with the Perf. However, Te 9833 is too bloody complicated to operate Man, however I am sure you will have no dificullity.
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Old 29th April 2006, 16:49   #3307
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Sam,

I have a Alpine 9833 in my Scorpio with front Alpine rseries comp. Rear Doors have Alpine r series comps and at the back Alpine ovals with a Alpine woofer and 2 Alpine Woofs and I am very very satisfied with the Perf. However, Te 9833 is too bloody complicated to operate Man, however I am sure you will have no dificullity.
I have 9853 which is same as 9833 except glide touch bar.I really dont know why many would complain that its too difficult/messy to work with alpine 98** HU.All one needs to do is spend some time reading its manual and then try to operate it.

It was my 1st ICE and Infact i found it very easy to operate just after install & was surprised that time also about ppl complaing abt it.

Menu is pretty straightforward but one just needs to go through manual 1-2 times while sitting in car .I just spent 30 min [twice] sitting in car with manual and doing all the settings.And obviously now i am enjoying the fruit.
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Old 30th April 2006, 00:16   #3308
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I was gifted an Alpine 9833 today Oh happy happy.
Gonna install an HK Drive and Play and the 9833 in the Lancer in 2 or 3 days.
Alpine? Lucky you. By the way I just got incredibly lucky too. And Sam, I am going to be a little busy too. Whaddya say?

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Whts it Vivek? You guys aint doing a fair job hiding things like this. Did you get a new HU ?
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No JK. I do not want to spend on car audio for the moment. I need to finish my home theatre speakers first. Sam, Navin are all helping me with their ideas to complete my home theatre system. That is all.

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HOw many would like buying this
http://mobileaudiocontrol.com/produc...52&l1=5252&l2=
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I will be interested to buy that as I wanna see how much I can achive.

Also is it avalable in India

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I will be interested to buy that as I wanna see how much I can achive.

Also is it avalable in India
LBM you would have to buy the entire kit...

the SA-3055 RTA, if reqd the external SPL display, and of course the SPL-190 mic/sensor.

I think Deepak Asrani (Dan) down south was representing AudioControl Mobile. Im sure someone from Chennai / Bangalore can give you his contact details.

But it is a serious piece of kit at close to US$2000. Look around the net for PC based solutions which are way cheaper.
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I was gifted an Alpine 9833 today Oh happy happy.
Gonna install an HK Drive and Play and the 9833 in the Lancer in 2 or 3 days.
Why do you need a 9833 when you got the HK drive? You could make do with a 9830! hint! or 9847.
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Friends,

Need your feedback on Carbon systems. Please visit www.thecarbon.com Let me know if I could go for this HU - Model # CMP 6540. They say it costs Rs.5500/-. Decent price for the specifications. They say that it has 2 preouts. 1 could be connected to the Amp and the other to the Subwoofer. Amp can power the 4 speakers (front 2 and rear 2). 1 preout can directly land on the woofer. Donno if this idea is fair enough. Need your suggestions.

They claim that its 55 x 4 and the RMS is 18.33 I got this from the following calculations - (220/3)/4 = 18.33. It has a RCA line out (need some explaination on this a bit from you all)...

HU looks good and looks like an Alpine HU.

Looking forward for your comments.

Cheers,
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