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Old 9th April 2011, 23:53   #16
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doors are really nice damped!! how many they costed for damping?
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Old 11th April 2011, 10:58   #17
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Price Details of the ICE Setup (all with Bill & Warranty)

Head Unit - JBL GT-X333 - 4500
Front Components - Morel Maximo 6.5" - 5000
Subwoofer - Rainbow Cyclone 12" (Ported Enclosure) - 11400
Amplifier - JBL GTO 1004 (4-channel) - 12500
Power Kit - Bull Audio 5 Gauge - 3600
RCA Cable (brand unknown) - 550
Speaker Wire (brand unknown) - 1350
Subwoofer Wire (brand unknown) - 250
Dampening - 2 sheets of Stinger Roadkill in Front Doors - 4500

Total - 43650/-


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I am happy with the overall pricing, unless someone tells me I got ripped off somewhere.

What I didn't realize until the billing time was that apart from the Power Kit the other cables could total up to 2150 (RCA, Speaker, Sub) and dampening cost for 2 sheets could be 4500. Whenever I think of these two costs I get skeptic, don't know if I should be. Considering that 8 hours were spent on my car I think labour cost must've been adjusted somewhere here, not sure though.
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hi fine69
how is the performance of rainbow cyclone?u had fitted it in company enclosure? and what is the RMS?
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Had the chance to audition a Rainbow Cyclone in the ported enclosure. It's clean and fast and goes quite low as well. We were giving it around 150Ws so wasn't quite loud but overall nice clean bass for a ported box sub.

@vgudale, not sure but the RMS on the sub is ~ 350 - 400W
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@vgudale: As thelord has mentioned the sub is indeed clean and fast. It is in a company-made ported enclosure however no clue about what is the rms for it. Specs, as mentioned on the website, show 'Peak Power - 600 watt'.
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