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Old 10th August 2006, 21:43   #4126
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HOLY MACKEREL!!... LBM... Stop scaring ppl like this!!! .....
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Yo!So i finally got the swift and here is the current audio config(to be installed..)
Pioneer 5850 hu
Pioneer ts-W 306 subwoofer
" 350w 6x9 rear co-axials(dont know model coz its in the boot)
" 180w front 2way speakers (again dont know model coz its in the boot)
Sony 554 amp.

Went to Sprocket today to check on the price of the install.They Quoted 3500 for only labour,Sealed enclosure,and rear parcel tray.Wires excluded!
What exactly is the right price to pay for the parcel tray and enclosure.I thought 2k was a good budget only for labour,enclosure and parcel tray.
Anyways,I need Quality and not the chumma boom boom;so i guess its a sealed enclosure for the sub then?
How is a swwb(wheel well)thingy install in terms of SQ?
What should the Amp power along with the sub?The front or the rear?

Help please!
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WHOA!! What the...

How the hell is there a picture taken at the very same instant? If you look at my arm, it is in exactly the same position and I can see Rtech taking a picture of Navin and I. In fact the moment is absolutely precise - Navin's arm is also exactly in the same position and believe me, the old man and I weren't in that position for long

LBM, you spooked me. And that doesnt happen often. Brilliant job.

I remember that day, it was fun.

I also remember her, quite cute she was.

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someone was talkin about a lizard thingy on a tree or something..

Bravo LBM am impressed...who took this photograph of the spooky one by the way..
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I also remember her, quite cute she was.
Damn you Sam!! One track mind you are

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just off the topic I saw this photo on the team bhp main page....here it is ...I will be waiting for comments Navin Ji and Sam Bhai.......
Yes those were taken on the same day. In fact that was the first time I met Sam. He claimed those were his formal clothes.

LBM, wow you are patient. BTW LBM, as much as we appreciate your inputs you really ought to get a life outside audio and this forum. I dont spend more than half as much time as you do on TBHP and I am a Mod!
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someone was talkin about a lizard thingy on a tree or something....
Nah Komodo Dragons dont climb trees. Trust me I know. There is a pic in our family album of me being chased by one.
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BTW LBM, as much as we appreciate your inputs you really ought to get a life outside audio and this forum. I dont spend more than half as much time as you do on TBHP and I am a Mod!
Ya Navin Ji i am spending a little more these days but this is when I take break for my work........... but kya kare control nahi hota hai........lol
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WHOA!! What the...

How the hell is there a picture taken at the very same instant?
Now this is one of those crazy inexplicable episodes,
con-incidence. or ????????? the Low Bass Making Aliens have landed !!!

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(in the tone of Sherlock Holmes...)
LBM : "Elementary, my dear T-BHP!!!"

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Yo!So i finally got the swift and here is the current audio config(to be installed..)
Pioneer 5850 hu
Pioneer ts-W 306 subwoofer
" 350w 6x9 rear co-axials(dont know model coz its in the boot)
" 180w front 2way speakers (again dont know model coz its in the boot)
Sony 554 amp.

Went to Sprocket today to check on the price of the install.They Quoted 3500 for only labour,Sealed enclosure,and rear parcel tray.Wires excluded! What exactly is the right price to pay for the parcel tray and enclosure.I thought 2k was a good budget only for labour,enclosure and parcel tray.
Anyways,I need Quality and not the chumma boom boom;so i guess its a sealed enclosure for the sub then?
How is a swwb(wheel well)thingy install in terms of SQ?
What should the Amp power along with the sub?The front or the rear?

Help please!
binz
whats thise 180w thingy? Dude, Swift's take 6.5' speakers. On a tight budget I would suggest decent co-ax all around ( read.. 4 co-ax on 4 doors)

If you can get a compo for frnt.6-7k . And if you are gonna get a sub, why the 6x9??? Believe me those 6x9 gonna rattle one day and with taht sub you wont need those thingy ther.

3.5k for sub box + parcel tray + install is a good deal

For not getting chumma boom boom, seal box if fine.

and most speaker sets comes with their own wiring.

by the way, got a budget?
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Man... Weekends are boring.... guru's are all out getting Action-Vaction of the other kind!!
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ya man we are just left here for some small action.......
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Damn you Sam!! One track mind you are
and what a beautiful track it is on!
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Hi,

This is my first post in the forum. Please be kind to me. I own a Indica which has audio system with pioneer HU. I am planning to upgrade the speaker system. I contacted Audio Planet, Bangalore (Behind Koramangala BDA Complex). He gave me a good demonstration abt the working of a audio system in a car. He was recommending BOSTON speakers, woofers with a Sony amp which comes within my budget (Rs 20,000). I asked for JBL, and he said that now JBL is not coming with Kevlar Cones. He also added "Without Kevlar cones Boston is better compared to JBL". I just want to get your ideas b4 going for one as already I have been cheated by a guy who has his shop in Teachers Colony (Back of Koramangala Ist block) who fitted duplicate Sony Xplode speaker in my car 1 year back.

Please help me to fine a good configuration for my Indica.
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Hi,

This is my first post in the forum. Please be kind to me.


OH Lol...


Welcome to T-Bhps Udhayam... Enjoy your stay here... Do read the Announcements and Rules section before you proceed...
We are ALL kind ppl here ...

May I recommend that you use the "Search " function - Lots of Indica options have been listed.. Else fret not.. Lotsa KIND and Knowledgable seniors will be along presently to help you get going!
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