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Old 19th June 2006, 22:39   #3676
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Anyone using Class A amplification in their car? And I dont mean show cars! I mean regular "go to work" cars.
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Old 20th June 2006, 00:23   #3677
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No people it is nothing !!!!!!!!!!

Someone asked me the same (What do u want Omlete or Butter Chicken ?????) and I answer the right thing. It is just my adolescence time thing.........


And Navin Ji -> Omlete , Omlette , Omelette all are the same egg only.

http://dictionary.cambridge.org/defi...5292&dict=CALD
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Old 20th June 2006, 02:41   #3678
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Anyone using Class A amplification in their car? And I dont mean show cars! I mean regular "go to work" cars.
Watch this space....



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Someone asked me the same (What do u want Omlete or Butter Chicken ?????) and I answer the right thing.
Hmm... LBM... When you say you answer the right thing? Whats that? Are you saying theres a right and wrong here? Please shed some light on this



As for the TrueAudio article by Mr Murphy, I think it is very clear to anyone who reads this that Mr Murphy has repeatedly mentioned this is his opinion and his opinion only. Others may have different opinions and results. It is wrong to interpret this article as an absolute fundamantal.

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Old 20th June 2006, 09:36   #3679
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Opinion is elastic. Note how many people swear by other people's opinion.

Besides it all depends on the enviroment, application, etc...

For example port placement in a home speaker can make a difference (again depending on the driver, prot freq, location of speaker in room, etc..) I have found that fullrange speakers tend to be more sensitive to this that say a 8-12" woofer.

In a car I think we are splitting hair. With road noise, passenger chatter, panel vibrations and resonance, etc. all there to distract you port placement in a car sub is a negligible issue if an issue at all (again within reason).
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My God! What is this? Discussion about dhabas, butter chicken and omelette on an in car entertainment forum. This is hilarious.
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Old 20th June 2006, 15:01   #3681
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Anyone using Class A amplification in their car? And I dont mean show cars! I mean regular "go to work" cars.
Mehul Mepani (a la AV Max) travels from Chembur to Malad everyday in a Maruti Swift with old Poweramper Class A amplification and Illusion Audio Im 6.1 comps.

LBM would like this setup very much. All one needs is a tablespoon of oil, and one can cook a very scrumptious omelette on the chassis of the amplifier, even when it's idling.
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I have booked an Indica Turbo and would like to know a cheap, good mp3 system for my car 8-10 K.

2 or 4 speakers dont really matter. 4 speakers preferably. I just want decent quality sound. Dont need too much of bass or volume. Cost is the main criterion. It should be problem free also.
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Experts....

Any feedback on the HU from Pricol Xenos, I saw the unit. It has a MMC, USB reader slot and is priced aggresively. Any expert advise??

Just wanted to know whether it can be recommeded to any friends/relatives.
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I have booked an Indica Turbo and would like to know a cheap, good mp3 system for my car 8-10 K.

2 or 4 speakers dont really matter. 4 speakers preferably. I just want decent quality sound. Dont need too much of bass or volume. Cost is the main criterion. It should be problem free also.
Ray,

I just got a Pioneer unit for my Alto. PM if you want details. Cost me 12K
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@ rayden

Indica Turbo ; cheap, good mp3 system ;8-10 K.2 or 4 speakers; decent quality sound; Cost is the main criterion. It should be problem free also.

1) Get one with warranty, ie,with B&W. With a 10k budget, the min for a HU with B&W means a Blaupunkt HU

2) Get a good pair for co-ax for your doors ( I forgot what the Indica's door pods take!)

If you dnt want B&W things, get Pio HU.

@mail4ajo; do you haev any specs? http://www.xenos.co.in/Coming.html dont have any details. Also, did you check out the HU. Do post more details.

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And ya in my current ICE setup the JBL 4" in Front are disconnected.
rareone remove ur tweeters its more of a show spoiler and ur ICE will be sounding amazing. i hope that everyone supports me..
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HI Abhishek...We all agree!! Pls dont post in ALL bold!.. Its rude!

Welcome on board.. and do read the announcement section before you proceed..

Once again - Welcome on Board... And ENJOY yourself!
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hi guys

just got a swift vxi. wanna ice it. budget about 15 K

thinking about a compo set with a cd HU

i already have a sony 444 4 channel amp.

will one component set be enough?
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HI anshu; a nice HU and a compo at front and a co-ax will do a good job for your swift. Do utlize teh amp to run all the speakers.
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wokay.. Just got word... Pioneer P80RS avilable Ex-Chennai 23k!!
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