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Old 10th September 2005, 12:23   #1411
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Hi Sam and Navin..coming a bit late into the party..but here is my dilemma:

My present audio setup: Santro Xing, Pioneer 4750 HU, Sony 1021s fronts in standard housing, Pioneer 6991 in rear MDF tray

Question: What minimum changes can i make to my setup to make it sound like a live wembley performance? Basically, I want chest-pounding bass, coupled with clear, resonating mids and highs...

Thanks in advance, and Cheers!
Hey greenhorn... chest pounding bass doesnt come cheap though.. what you will get cheap is slow, boomy bass from a Pioneer sub.

If you really wanna hear good sound, why dont you IM me, we can meet and I'll give you a demo in my car...
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Old 10th September 2005, 12:30   #1412
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Gunbir, what is the price range of Audison 4 channel amps?
Hi Vivekphadnis

Audison amps are completely manufactured and built in Italy. They use exquisite design and components and they sound fabulous. The range starts from Rs. 21650 for the SRx4 and moves up from there to the LRx4.300 for Rs. 34640 and moves from there to the VRx series into 6 digit figures.

These fantastic sounding amps are available ex-stock, the above prices are inclusive of Delhi VAT and carry a years warranty.

Have you heard these yet? You seem familiar with the brand.
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I have not listened to their products. I am into audio DIY just like Sam and Navin and have come across Audison. By exquisite, I suppose you mean Blackgate caps, Vishay resistors or Blue Alps pots.

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hey gunbir great to have another audio guru on this thread..will be really helpful if u post a few details about ur products with the prices and the details of these prodcuts and which cars they could be used in..
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Old 10th September 2005, 13:42   #1415
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Default Santro xing audio setup

Hi guys,


i am going for

1. HU CDX7500 ( i already have it)
2. Pioneer GM-X324 AMp ( I already have it) 4, the frnt and rear speakers
3. JBL 426e for FRONT
4. JBL 606 for REAR
5. JBL CS1200 T / or the JBL 10inch Box ( this yet 2 decide)
6. Sony 502Z for Sub


any comments ;

also, can someone could get me the price (mrp) of jbl CS1200 and teh 10inch box.....

thanks
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Hi guys,


i am going for

1. HU CDX7500 ( i already have it)
2. Pioneer GM-X324 AMp ( I already have it) 4, the frnt and rear speakers
3. JBL 426e for FRONT
4. JBL 606 for REAR
5. JBL CS1200 T / or the JBL 10inch Box ( this yet 2 decide)
6. Sony 502Z for Sub


any comments ;

also, can someone could get me the price (mrp) of jbl CS1200 and teh 10inch box.....

thanks
Sounds good. The CS1200T carries an MSRP of 6500/- but often is sold bewtween 5k to 5.5k. The 10" box is 7490/-
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Sounds good. The CS1200T carries an MSRP of 6500/- but often is sold bewtween 5k to 5.5k. The 10" box is 7490/-
hey sam will the sound factor guy give the cs 1200t at 5.5 with B&W or is it 6.5k that ones got to shell out..will be going there next week to pick up my stuff as my pops out of staton at the present..
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go there. tell them you're a friend of sams. buss
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Old 10th September 2005, 15:20   #1419
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go there. tell them you're a friend of sams. buss

Sam..would ur name work wonder here in kerala . u kwn it would be helpful.

anyway, i asked the seller 2 join team-bhp and said i get price quotes frm u
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It would work. where you buying from? Dealers name and address. I'll send an injection from here lol
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It would work. where you buying from? Dealers name and address. I'll send an injection from here lol


i think my seller buys stuff frm cochin jbl seller. anyway my seller(Ajoy) has a jbl sub's pic on his visiting card. and in case u want 2 , u knw ; him, his name is ajoy mathew, car world, bakery jn, trivandrum. (ring ring at 93876 63821, 98470 63821)

and bro, u sure jbl's big boss wont kick u ...u being bullying so many sellers :P 2 sell for a better price for team-bhp members.

anyway thanks 4 approving my audio config.

on second thought... ask him 2 give me couple of jbl stickers and to go a nice job. that would do . hehe

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But no!! What would i do of the lovely Pakistani Ghazals I have on the casette deck in original voices of farida khanum, begum akhtar, Abida Parveen, Mehdi Hassan Jagjit and all....and other commentaries that i listen to?.[/QUOTE

very simple. rip them to MP3. not at all diffucult. cumbersome but not diffcult.

Using Lame 3.96.1 (now 3.97 is stable) APX (Alt Preset Extreme) one can get very decent MP3s. If you prefer a lossless format I would suggest WavPack (4.2).

Unfortunately I couldn't go to setup my CAr system today.
And fortunately, I read this reply now.

I think - I'll give a serious try to making an MP3 of a Cassette over the weekend and then decide. If it clicks with good sound Quality. Chuk the Cassette deck+CD Changer combo. Will put that money in a sub.

HOpe my exp with the CAssette to MP3 comes out well.

Thank you so much for your right advice at the right time....(Not the first time this advice has been given but don't know why, this time, its hit the nail right on the head!!! May be because its coming from you)

Will get back to you with the results of the Conversion to MP3
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Old 10th September 2005, 16:50   #1423
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and bro, u sure jbl's big boss wont kick u ...u being bullying so many sellers :P 2 sell for a better price for team-bhp members.
Das, you must be mistaken... Sam IS the big boss.... relax....
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Das, you must be mistaken... Sam IS the big boss.... relax....
phew, thats a relief. .So Sam pls do continue helping team-bhp members. maybe i am the first Keralite 2 knw u .

so jbl stickers ready

now , have 2 get the team-bhp stickers:d.
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its sat eve... guess the experts and the rest of teh gang went partying

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