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Old 11th September 2007, 11:26   #6991
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Congratulations to everyone!! 7000 posts and the post is mine by tradition! lol.
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Old 11th September 2007, 11:29   #6992
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Congratulations to everyone!! 7000 posts and the post is mine by tradition! lol.
Welcome back. Been enjoying your travelogue a lot. The humor in the writing really helps. Thought I'd get a glimpse at the Pune JBL showroom opening, but you were still traipsing all over Europe
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Old 11th September 2007, 11:30   #6993
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Yes I missed the opening of JBL pune. Was it good opening, is it a good looking showroom? Did you get any pictures?
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Old 11th September 2007, 11:39   #6994
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hi members as the fiesta1.6sxi has a double din system wanted to change it to a single din system(mp3 and ipod compatible),my query is how do you close the gap which will be caused due to this change
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Old 11th September 2007, 11:50   #6995
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Yes I missed the opening of JBL pune. Was it good opening, is it a good looking showroom? Did you get any pictures?
What can I say...JBL is BLOODY popular. Compared to the pics you've posted, this one is pretty tiny; sorta like a Chihuahua in your hands ; the pedigree's there, but size does matter.
Didn't get pics, as all I'd have snapped were various backsides, a lot of them unflattering; the showroom was packed! I believe Sahil was there coz he went to Poona Motors and also had a look at my setup that was being upgraded. I'm sure he's got some.

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With plastic, dear yogi dear yogi. Just use a cover from a dashboard. Or better use a pocket, you know the kind that will come out of a verna, when you install a HU.
Cover it nicely, verna bahut kharab lagega.
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hi sam thats what i was worried about do we get this pocket type things easily,will be a good option to keep the ipod there
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Cover it nicely, verna bahut kharab lagega.
Sam at his hilarious best...!! rock on!
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You should get it at any decent installers place. They remove it from other cars to fit the HU.
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Guess who's back, back again. Yeti's back, still the same
Lord of the Yetis using Slim Shadys line! Reminds me of the same track - 'I've created a monster coz nobody wants to see the ____ no more'

It is great to see you back. This section badly missed all the women/sex talk for a long time.
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This section badly missed all the women/sex talk for a long time.
For a whole week all we discussed was ICE.
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Hey Guyz,

Given a standard Alpine 9883 HU and no amp to go with it, any technical gurus here can help me choose between the JBL GTO937 versus the Polk Audio db691.

Just need some tech / practical advice, plss

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For a whole week all we discussed was ICE.
DAMN! That's gotta be some kind of a record! No wonder it's getting boring with all the tech talk these days! Sam, where art thou?
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Hey Guyz,

Given a standard Alpine 9883 HU and no amp to go with it, any technical gurus here can help me choose between the JBL GTO937 versus the Polk Audio db691.

Just need some tech / practical advice, plss

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Why don't you try listening to them? It is the most practical suggestion I can give.

Never tried the db691, but 937 is a very good option.
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Old 12th September 2007, 10:43   #7005
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I find both the Polk db series and JBL bright, but then again I find a lot of speakers (home and car) bright.
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