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Old 10th October 2009, 12:07   #1
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Finally got my VDi ICEd .
HU- pioneer avh p5150
Front speakers - JBL gt0608c
rear speakers - Infinity reference 9623i
wiring - JBL wiring kit and silicon RCAs
also in the pipeline is an old amp which i had. pioneer premier gm-x424

the whole setup costed me about 40k
was installed at lal ji accessories in geeta colony delhi.
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Old 10th October 2009, 21:15   #2
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sorry for the poor quality will upload better pics in the morning.
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Good setup sir. Love the mix and match. How does it sound? Amp the speakers with your old amp fast. That's when you will begin loving them.
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wiring - JBL wiring kit and silicon RCAs
What are these for if an old amp is just in the pipeline?
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Old 10th October 2009, 23:39   #5
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What are these for if an old amp is just in the pipeline?
the amp was lying around since a couple of years hence needed a bit of servicing. got it installed but found out some issues so gave it for servicing, but had got the wiring done before testing the amp .

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Good setup sir. Love the mix and match. How does it sound? Amp the speakers with your old amp fast. That's when you will begin loving them.
this setup is a just an average radio as compared to yours. suggest some changes i can add to improve the SQ. iam also planning to add the pioneer 7600 DSP as the preouts for the rear and sub are the same. also suggest for damping the front door, and the hood . i am also looking for an under 10k setup for an enclosed sub and a sub dedicated amp.

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Old 11th October 2009, 13:43   #6
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Old 13th October 2009, 16:20   #7
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Got the amp installed today. the speakers are wider-ranged now. can reach for higher volumes and with seamless clarity. now need damping urgently as the distortion caused by the components include vibrations and rattles with the music. hope to get a DSP soon. please advise on pioneer 7600 DSP getting a deal for 6k for a barely used DSP.
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bump...
somebody please advise for damping and the dsp.
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For damping you can use the Noisekill.Its very VFM. I think its 150 Rs/Sqfeet.

You may need 20 SqFeets minimum.
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@ hellraiser yank:

how much did the Infinity reference 9623i cost. I am also looking forward to buying these. Just a little confused between 9623i and JBL GTO 947
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check musicar moti nagar .. i think its 5500 with b/w for 9633i not 9623i. got mine through a friend for rs4500
i personally find 9623 and 9633 both better than 947 but do take a demo of both of them to decide what appeals more to you.
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Just have a look at the tweeter position on the right door. Seems to be firing away from the passenger. Make it directing towards the passengers.
Good equipment!!
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Just have a look at the tweeter position on the right door. Seems to be firing away from the passenger. Make it directing towards the passengers.
Good equipment!!
oh yeah that can be adjusted. the cleaner must've changed it accidentally while wiping the spot.
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Before adjusting the tweeters to the new position,check whether you like it firing to passengers or each other.
Since it can be changed easily,check all the positions and find out which is best suitable for you.
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help guys!! there is noise from electrical interference in the car. like a clicking sound when the indicator , dipper h/ls , brake etc. are used. there is a slight engine whine too. do i need one of those noise reducer thingies?
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