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Old 30th January 2007, 12:49   #571
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1k? which one?
PM Gunbir he's the audison guy.
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The 1K RCA interconnect from Audison is the FT2-600. 2 channel RCA interconnect, 6 meter length.
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Hi guys. I'm back. Had gotten banned. Apparently, the username wasn't acceptable. :-)
Yeah? Being a bicylcing chemist is a bad thing?
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Yeah? Being a bicylcing chemist is a bad thing?
Hehehe, god Id forgotten the fun in this forum! I shouldnt stay away for so long!!!

p.s : I think being a bicycling chemist is allowed... but bicycling on the forum is probably why they banned him
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p.s : I think being a bicycling chemist is allowed... but bicycling on the forum is probably why they banned him
Man i'm gonna report both of you for encouraging nefarious activities on the forum
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Well, SWWS setup is sure a space saver. How can you compare its SQ/SPL with ported/sealer/tube versions.

I currently use a 1000B and I am seriously thinking of going for it.
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Why was this 7 month-old thread revived all of a sudden?

JK, did you post here by mistake?

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necessity. Time for upgrade.
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necessity. Time for upgrade.
Ahhhhhhhha! What upgrades are planned? Mmmm?
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Ahhhhhhhha! What upgrades are planned? Mmmm?
secret dude.

Been having problems with the box eating up too much space when I go with family.

What do you think about t he sub in the 1000B ? How would it play in SWWS setup ( PA275 will be feeeding it)
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Well, SWWS setup is sure a space saver. How can you compare its SQ/SPL with ported/sealer/tube versions.
a SWWS is usually a sealed box. in that case it would compare favourbably as a sealed box if nothing else is placed on top of it.
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what is SWWS? (20 chrs)
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Old 19th August 2007, 10:19   #583
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Spare Wheel-Well Subwoofer
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Hi jkdas

While Navin is right about bass tubes (ported boxes) being easier to drive, I suggest you go for a sealed box setup. Try this... try speaking through cupped hands... it will be louder with the same effort. This is how a bass tube works. It will play louder with the same power... but that is not due to driver efficiency but rather due to porting. My point is... when you speak through cupped hands you will notice your voice tends to become directional and muddy... same goes for bass tubes. direction of the port in your car will largely dictate percieved output in certain parts of the car. and the bass will not be clear, tight or punchy. It will have a boomy (cupped hand?) effect.

I suggest go with a sealed box design (unless you prefer slow, boomy bass) and look for a more senstive subwoofer. see your specs, the gtb300 is rated at 91db senstivity. the way human hearing works, sound is percived doubled every 3db.

So, a 94db rated sub will sound nearly twice as loud and a 97db thrice as loud. So, look for a more sensitive sub. I suggest our Hertz ES300D. Its a 12" sub with fantastic SQ and SPL. Very nice build quality and... its 97db.

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Price wise, at Rs. 8170 it is more expensive than the other subs you are considering but there is a bigger difference in sound quality and output. You can also consider the ES250D which is cheaper at Rs. 6290 and 96db. Bear in mind these prices are for sub drivers only and you would need a box with these. We can supply a custom box for the Xing as well...
an old topic

Can you update the prices . PA275 delivers 200W @ 4ohm in bridged mode and hence which one(ES250 or 300?) since D would be 4+4 and hence.. :(

Guys pls dont confuse me

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something on the sensitivity calculation

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/ask-gu...tml#post286845
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