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Old 29th October 2005, 22:04   #196
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Sam I've had a terrible week and thanks for this one. It was really funny...
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Old 29th October 2005, 23:20   #197
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Mclaren i have already decided the setup, just for one little problem.

MY CAR WAS SUBMERGED ON 26 JULY DURING RECENT MUMBAI FLOODS. STILL MY ACCENT CRDI IS WITH BLOODY HYUNDAI PEOPLE. IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 3 MONTH. HYUNDAI SAYS, I WILL GET MY CAR BACK BY FIRST WEEK OF NOVEMBER.

Please for my car, so that i can get the setup the car audio you people adviced me

mclaren, my final decision is to go for.
1. pio 6100f (4 channel) amp
2. pio 7750 HU
3. Kicker 12" single voice coil Sub
4. pio REV series speakers (yellow ones) already in installed

pio 6100 amp powering the rear speakers and sub.
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Old 30th October 2005, 13:20   #198
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Navin - Im sorry i dont understand Hindi. Who is this and what do you want and why do you want it? What is the real reason for asking this question? I have found that when people ask questions in a language I dont understand, they are indeed trying to hide an inner inadequacy. Remember I had my first soldering Iron in 1974 and it still works.If you ask me questions in a language I do not understand, I shall use it on your rear end, successfully.

AB - huh? OK, your friend Vivek would like to ask you a question. You have 30 seconds to answer.Your time starts now.

V- Navin, hi! What is the full form of DIY.

N - Well, Vivek, that is a difficult question to answer. There is a subjective way of looking at it and an objective way. I think what we should do is delve deeper into a mans psyche to try and understand why he uses abbreviations for terms that, under normal conditions do not require abbreviation. In fact I've often realised that the way 2 people say "DIY" differs. By differs I mean, their own voice will sound different to the while uttering the words from their oral apertures. This is obviously due to the large difference in the dimensions of their tympanic membrane...
LOL, That is absolutely hilarious!! SAM, you have serious talent other than audio!
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Old 31st October 2005, 01:21   #199
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See http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...threadid=57857 Is this worth a try? I know the Class A would be carrying things too far.

And Sam, I am gonna get you for this KBC thing.

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Old 31st October 2005, 09:23   #200
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Vivek, Sam is as good as dead. Once I get his eyeballer he might have to change the name of the car! I'm gonna use his hair to stuff the subwoofer boxes.
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Old 31st October 2005, 11:49   #201
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Vivek, Sam is as good as dead. Once I get his eyeballer he might have to change the name of the car! I'm gonna use his hair to stuff the subwoofer boxes.
hahaha..oye navin count me in..but i aint touching sams hair as a dear friend of mine seems to have deeply,madly,truely has fallen in love with sams hair ..but i woulnt mind killing him and going for that cruise eh sam !!!!
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I have only one thing to say

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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Old 31st October 2005, 12:03   #203
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hahaha..oye navin count me in..but i aint touching sams hair as a dear friend of mine seems to have deeply,madly,truely has fallen in love with sams hair ..but i woulnt mind killing him and going for that cruise eh sam !!!!

Was it Darren Hayes from Savage Garden of Truely, madly and deeply fame

Sammie..this song was used by a frnd of mine to propose to his gal...now who do we have here now

Navin...i bet Sam's hair is excellent alternative for glass wool!

Sam u'v got some hairy stuff in u.



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Old 31st October 2005, 12:08   #204
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Sam is as good as dead.


AHAHA this is a test for Navin. I am confident that he shall emerge a good sport. ahahaha No killing haan Navin. I am your friend. You partner in crime. Your brother in arms. Bhool na jaana. (ECE bulb laana)
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Making restitution Sam? *EWG*
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Admit it Old man. It WAS really funny. Admit it!
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Old 31st October 2005, 12:41   #207
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Yup but the double post was not and that got other mods miffed too.
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Yup you're right. It was wrong to double post. Did it without thinking on the spur of the mo.
Sorry.
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Hi,

Jus read about Twister amplifier and subwoofer in one of the threads. I have never heard of this brand before. Is it good or just like BOSS amplifiers?

Hope that pioneer 6100 is still a better option than twister
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Old 3rd November 2005, 10:45   #210
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I believe Pioneer is definitely a better and more reputed brand than "twister" lol
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