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Old 8th November 2005, 12:32   #211
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Yes Navin I can explain:

The Palio is a sheer SPL car. It requires extensive manual control and sheer dynamics. Not being a nuancy car, I tried both the Alpine and the Pio. I loved the way the system completely took off, with little or no setting using the pio. *shrug*.
could it be the Pio 6.5V out vs the Alpine 4V out? I'm told the P1Y is similar to the 7750 right?
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Sam Kapasi aka Yeti aka The Abominable Soundman...

Sam, why not a new colour scheme yaar...white with blue decals...grey black is a little boring, naa?

Stuart Littlest, please drive safe, like Wolf or Psycho or me!
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could it be the Pio 6.5V out vs the Alpine 4V out? I'm told the P1Y is similar to the 7750 right?
Could be, but the sheer dynamism and exaggeration was gut wrenching with the P1Y. Like I said I would prolly NEVER use it in a infinity car.
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Sam Kapasi aka Yeti aka The Abominable Soundman...

Sam, why not a new colour scheme yaar...white with blue decals...grey black is a little boring, naa?
Dude, YOUR ride is grey/black.... and not boring at all!! sorry, couldn't resist.

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comparison b/w pio p1y and 7700. ( pricewise both differ by 140 dollars )
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pn...6_4039,00.html

and heres there the Pioneer website link for the cd players with price

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pn...6_4039,00.html

and here is the Premier products link

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pn...6_4041,00.html


should be useful for many i guess

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Dude, YOUR ride is grey/black.... and not boring at all!! sorry, couldn't resist.

haha..good one ..team-bhp's official pizza delivery boy..on the underpowered viper..
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Old 8th November 2005, 13:57   #217
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Sam, why not a new colour scheme yaar...white with blue decals...grey black is a little boring, naa?

Stuart Littlest, please drive safe, like Wolf or Psycho or me!
ya sam why not replicate the skyline paintjob in fast and furious..will get u hell lot of publicity..and will look cool too..

hhmm..drive like wolf or v1p3r or psycho !!!!!!! yikes in short going with them is like buying ur ticket to hell..ek entry ke saath dusra free..and JK dont worry im a very safe driver..ask sam..
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hhhmmm..vivek u did all that speeding and rash driving in my car..nahhee..i gave u the keys thinking u were a safe driver..what lol..

hhhmm..sam so someone gifted u a P1Y eh..wonder when will u get so genorous with us..

PS: vivek what yaar u saw me on MG yesterday..couldnt call or what..could have had a chat..buttt i guess u were busy..huh..
I just happened to be near the window in the front building of the office and I saw your car. I was still working at that time. Otherwise I surely would have called you.
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Cool blaunpukt car audios

just pix.











class t amps ?

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hhmm..thats 11 blau pa-275's in that car..if blau can use these in their demo cars they ought to be doing something..right guys..
PS : i can see JK grinning..
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Exactly. So should we start buying pa275s? And I am thinking of buying an amp anyway. By the way, Rahul, did you manage to get any info?
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Exactly. So should we start buying pa275s? And I am thinking of buying an amp anyway. By the way, Rahul, did you manage to get any info?
well exactly what i wanted to know..it used to reatail at around 10k each until it was discontinued(atleast thats what i was told)..and it was used in that merc install too and this..at 3.8k its a good buy i think..
PS: nope vivek couldnt get in touch with them..will be going over tomorrow..need to buy some stuff for my car..will keep u updated once i find out..

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Guys

The PA275 is nice amp for the price its now going for. Though the mfr designed it for full range use, we suggest you use it as a budget mono (bridged mode) for your subwoofer driving duties.

When driving speakers, it has ample power but we tend to prefer 'warmer' sounding amps. Definitely a better option than a Sony 502 in my opinion.

Reasons for buying this amp

1. Cheap for the power you get
2. Small size makes it easy to tuck away almost anywhere
3. Not going to be available for long
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Old 10th November 2005, 00:45   #224
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The Alpine amps presently available in Bangalore are all beyond my budget. I am looking within the 10K range for my JBL speakers. How do the PA275s compare to the Alpines? I know Alpine is one of the best but is the sound quality difference between the two large?
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Old 10th November 2005, 05:41   #225
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class t amps ?

Beautifully done indeed.They look like a jail bait to me
But why did they have to yank the instrument console and put that screen in the drivers cockpit? Who will drive a car after that install...rite!?!

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