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Old 22nd June 2010, 13:01   #61
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Hey let me know when you are in EGL, I would also like to give it a listen.
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Old 24th June 2010, 20:49   #62
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Sure. I am coming to meet Satya on coming Saturday. let meet nearby.
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Old 24th June 2010, 22:58   #63
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Sure. I am coming to meet Satya on coming Saturday. let meet nearby.
How about a quick meet on sat evening ?? therez a get together happening.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/team-b...alore-105.html (Quick Meets at Bangalore)
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Old 27th June 2010, 11:11   #64
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Guys. I got the front grills changed for my s60 with a fully covered one. Front Components are safe now.


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How about a quick meet on sat evening ?? therez a get together happening.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/team-b...alore-105.html (Quick Meets at Bangalore)
Guys, any chance to come near to HSR layout? I am working from my office in Bannerghatta Road now.
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Old 5th July 2010, 15:17   #65
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I have exchanged the Boston s60 semi covered grills with fully covered grills. Completed packing for the boot door for removing jarring or vibrations also.

Please find the pictures of grills after replacement.


WagonR Re-ICE'd at EVO..-05072010042.jpg



WagonR Re-ICE'd at EVO..-05072010041_1.jpg





I have fixed a grill for the sub also. Was looking for polk Sub grill, but got only a hertz sub grill.


The Sub with the grill in the boot..

WagonR Re-ICE'd at EVO..-05072010039.jpg


WagonR Re-ICE'd at EVO..-05072010040.jpg










I have replaced the stock horn with Bosh windtone dual horns (skoda horns).
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Old 5th July 2010, 16:23   #66
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cover the hertz logo on grill with a black tape or something !!


Rest the equipments seems very nice !!!
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Old 5th July 2010, 21:44   #67
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cover the hertz logo on grill with a black tape or something !!


Rest the equipments seems very nice !!!
Sure. Looking for some option to make it Rockford Fosgate !!
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Old 12th July 2010, 13:41   #68
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Guys, What u think of replacing the used infinity ref475a 4 channel amp with new kenwood 8401 4 channel amp?
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Guys, What u think of replacing the used infinity ref475a 4 channel amp with new kenwood 8401 4 channel amp?
IMHO keep the 475a its anyday much superior than the 8401 if you wish to change it look into options from Harmon (if available)kappa 4 or alpine
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IMHO keep the 475a its anyday much superior than the 8401 if you wish to change it look into options from Harmon (if available)kappa 4 or alpine
I think you should listen to him
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Old 13th July 2010, 16:51   #71
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Plan canceled Guys !! Just cant sit idle, thats the reason
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Guys,

As you all know I have JBL GTO 948 in custom made boxes in the boot. They are good in their job. But I would like to seek suggestion regarding fitting the 948's on the boot door? Remember my sub is facing the boot door too, so how the performance will be? Will the air beams from my sub will damage the 948's?

This will help me to save more space in my boot, so that I can keep a baby pram and all. Thats the sweet reason
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LOL No, the 'air beams' from the sub will not damage the 948s if they mounted on the boot door! There are no 'air beams' from the sub.

If you are taking your baby in the car, do turn the music down.
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If you are taking your baby in the car, do turn the music down.
Infant under 3 are far more suspectible to loud noises as well as flashes of light hence keep the volume down to under 90db (85 is preferable) and do not use direct flash (only bounce or diffused) till he/she is atleast 2 years old (preferably 3).

85db is the sound of a regular active conversation amongst a gorup of 3-5 people. When it is just 2 people talking the SPLs are usually under 80db (if both ahve normal hearing and are not excited/upset).
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Old 17th August 2010, 13:35   #75
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Nice ICE Brother . Congrats! I will be auditioning Infinity reference and Boston at EVO this weekend! I need to see which gives me more "BOOM" as I won't be going for a sub. Enjoy the music!

Cheers!
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