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Old 29th September 2006, 19:10   #4456
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If anyone even remotely thought the sub enclosure was mine, im insulted

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Good lord.... who's cardboard box is that? Doesn't look like your woofer in there s0uljah...
Dont know whose it is.. came across the pic on some random forum!

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Holy goodness!
Who'll be the blessed one to do such a thing?
Seriously!!! wonder what sort sonic perfection he has achieved through this... hehe.
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Old 29th September 2006, 19:16   #4457
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If anyone even remotely thought the sub enclosure was mine, im insulted
Sub Enclosure? I thought it's a pic of an aroused 'you'!
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Old 29th September 2006, 20:09   #4458
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Sub Enclosure? I thought it's a pic of an aroused 'you'!
Heheh... B&T, if that were true, I wouldnt be able to keep a steady girlfriend for long!!!

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Old 29th September 2006, 23:44   #4459
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Holy goodness!
Who'll be the blessed one to do such a thing?
@harmon. JBL 75.4 will be good for you. Bridge 2 channels for the Sub and use the other 2 channels for compos. Alpine will be more expensive and not much better these days for the price. You can try LISTENING to some before finalising. That's the most sensible thing to do in audio. Or ask NavinJi.
Ok JBL it is then. But any thoughts on Kicker or Rockford amps?
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Old 30th September 2006, 00:05   #4460
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Ok JBL it is then. But any thoughts on Kicker or Rockford amps?
Again, Rule of the thumb is to give it a SUNO!
I'm not very fond of these 2 brands now a days as I've not seen any of them in SQ setups. I've seen them in SPL setups where the tonal quality is hard to find. But both are very good in producing enough thump and will perform great for SPL.
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Again, Rule of the thumb is to give it a SUNO!
"SUNO"? Huh? Am I missing someting here?
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"SUNO"? Huh? Am I missing someting here?
Arrey, SunNaa!
Kaan se bada kaun?

I meant to say, he should keep his ears open and listen to those.
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im helping my friend to get a decent ICE installed. this is for his accent viva.
so far i have thought of getting pioneer 8850HU, JBL GTO607 components for the front and GTO937 coax for the rear.

i needed help for the amp. the choice is between JBL CS60.4, Sony XM 554ZR, sony XM504Z, pioneer GM6200.

he doesnt want to install a sub yet. any recommendations with regard to the speakers choice and amp.
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im helping my friend to get a decent ICE installed. this is for his accent viva.
so far i have thought of getting pioneer 8850HU, JBL GTO607 components for the front and GTO937 coax for the rear.

i needed help for the amp. the choice is between JBL CS60.4, Sony XM 554ZR, sony XM504Z, pioneer GM6200.

he doesnt want to install a sub yet. any recommendations with regard to the speakers choice and amp.
JBL 60.4 is better both in terms of pricing and quality of sound.
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Arrey, SunNaa!
Kaan se bada kaun?

I meant to say, he should keep his ears open and listen to those.
Okey Dokey. I thought that it (SUNO) was some short form or acronym or something. Duh!
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so far i have thought of getting pioneer 8850HU, JBL GTO607 components for the front and GTO937 coax for the rear.

i needed help for the amp. the choice is between JBL CS60.4, Sony XM 554ZR, sony XM504Z, pioneer GM6200.

he doesnt want to install a sub yet. any recommendations with regard to the speakers choice and amp.
Hey vid6639,

Go For JBL Or Pioneer GM6200.
I Have GM6200 In My Innova, Good VFM Amp.
Rest Setup Is Fine.

Cheers,
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Old 1st October 2006, 09:28   #4467
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oki looks like the amp will be jbl or pioneer no sony then i guess.

for the rear speakers i had decided on the GTO937 but for these i would need modifications to fit into the viva rear shelf. is it advisable to go for 6" speakers like the alpine SPS170A.

also for the front components i got a PM suggesting the boston FS60 or balupunkt VC165. i couldnt find these models on the net. i have heard the boston compos and they sounded pretty good.
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Hi all, am new to this forum, I have two options being given to me for santro eRLX

(a) Pioneer DEH 4850 HU, TS 1010 Front Spk (also Pioneer I think) and TS 1640R Rear Spk (also Pioneer)

(b) Blaupunkt Bahamas MP46, BGX 402 front spk, GTX 132 rear Spk

which is a better combination ?

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Old 1st October 2006, 14:29   #4469
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use the pioneer hu and blau speakers......or u can check out some JBL speakers also......
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I will highly recommend the Pioneer amps. I have the GM6100F in my car with JBL 936 and 426 speakers. It is very good.
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