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Old 11th September 2005, 13:35   #31
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Can supply both the products you need. The Ipod adapter will cost approx 6-6.5k and the Cd Changer interface for around 10k. By The Way incase you dont already know you do not need the ipod interface if you are going in for the Changer interface as the ipod can be connected to that.
can a Cd changer and an ipod be connected to just the 410C. i was told by Alpine I need a 410C and 420i to connect the changer and ipod.

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those pics have quickend my pulse rate! I am sweating and salivating.
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Actually those are Brax caps. Wiring isnt Monster, wouldnt dare use mass market cables with this equipment. Silversonic Cables, WBT connectors (even WBT soldering)... all exotic...

HU Not OE... have a look
Well the guy seems to have a very good taste in Hi-fi ..Had a Mc HU in our old Merc with a 6 Disc Changer ... The only problem is The damn thing was very sensitive to dust and had problem ...
Hope the newer ones dont have sensitivity issues ..
Can u PM ur info ... Will get in touch with u when I am planning a new big install ..
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Well the guy seems to have a very good taste in Hi-fi ..Had a Mc HU in our old Merc with a 6 Disc Changer ... The only problem is The damn thing was very sensitive to dust and had problem ...
Hope the newer ones dont have sensitivity issues ..
Can u PM ur info ... Will get in touch with u when I am planning a new big install ..
Actually, the install is completely designed by our Tech Director, Jasdeep. We have the HU and 6 CDC installed since Jan, and so far ... no issues.

Will PM you our details.
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Oh very nice! Really nice!!

Gunbir, Awesome system you have there!
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Oh very nice! Really nice!!

Gunbir, Awesome system you have there!
Hey, glad you like it... we had JL Audio W6's in there earlier cuz the owner wanted them. But when he wasnt completely satisfied we changed to (special chrome finished have a look ) IDMax12's (which have a huge cult following in the US now, they are on a 8 week national backorder). Once we fired them up... the owner gets this huge grin on his face... Needless to say, he's never going back... What you cant see in this install is a lot of equipment and cabling under the subs, in the amp rack, like the McIntosh DAC, cooling system etc. There is a lot (and i mean a lot) of Dynamat Extreme used in this car. The boot is finished in real leather, even the carpet used is not available in India and was imported for this install.

I saw your palio's pics. Nice system. Did you do the install yourself. I used to have the Premier 414 for a long time, then grew out of it. It sat in my room for the longest time cuz I couldnt get myself to sell it... then I gave it to a friend. I also had the Pioneer 8950 for 4 years... nice HU. Its still going strong in a friends car.
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I saw your palio's pics. Nice system. Did you do the install yourself. I used to have the Premier 414 for a long time, then grew out of it. It sat in my room for the longest time cuz I couldnt get myself to sell it... then I gave it to a friend. I also had the Pioneer 8950 for 4 years... nice HU. Its still going strong in a friends car.
I have read a lot about the IDQ's. Very nice subs.

Thanks for the compliments. Nope, the system in my car is professionally installed. My Premiers been with me for around 7 years now! Touchwood, still working fine. The 8950 has been with me for 3 years. Now planning to upgrade my HU and /or the speakers.

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I have read a lot about the IDQ's. Very nice subs.
You are right and everything you have read is true about the IDQs. My listening taste is such that I like tight, light (not thick), musical bass. The IDQ beats like a drum. I havent heard a more musical sub and trust me, I have heard a LOT of subs. It also integrates with good comps very well. In fact, even some exotic home audio mfrs use it as a sub with their horn speakers.

Do you know we are the official distributors for Image Dynamics and Tru Technology in India.
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Gunbir,
How much would a setup like the Merc set u back by ..
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Gunbir,
How much would a setup like the Merc set u back by ..
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Do you know we are the official distributors for Image Dynamics and Tru Technology in India.
Nope, didnt know Image Dynamics was represented in India. Will keep it in mind.

How much would a 12" IDQ sub capable of handling 400w rms cost?
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Autophile, Gunbir? are you there? or better still have you seen the query in post 42
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Autophile, Gunbir? are you there? or better still have you seen the query in post 42
Navinji, we have replied to 5u3zEro, if anyone else requires pricing info, brochures please PM / IM me.
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Oh ok I thought you forgot to post it here. sorry.
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