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Old 28th April 2006, 11:26   #31
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Good speaker wire is good speaker wire. Whether used in the car or home. However, as Navin says, RCA cable used in the car should be very well insulated against all interference. If I remember correctly you were considering the Monster Junior for your car. I have used this successfully before.
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Old 28th April 2006, 12:13   #32
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Monster interlink Jr. is decent cable at rs. 1200. You can roll your own Belden for less but with Monster you get a cable that is widelydistributed and has atleast some guarantee against noise unlike stuff from brands like BOSS.
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Old 28th April 2006, 14:43   #33
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I wil let u know the model number of the rca , and for the speaker wire it means it is ok I dont remember the brand but will let u know in few days.
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Old 29th April 2006, 16:20   #34
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the image is here and he experts have not answered my question about rca wires.


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Old 1st May 2006, 23:53   #35
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we posted our opinoin on post 30 and 31. besides please dont call me a guru atleast not a guru on car audio. sam, B&T, JB and gunbir maybe but I am not that knowledgeable.
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Old 26th June 2006, 14:36   #36
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Umm Vikram,

It is indeed enlightening to know your high opinion on the Soomookoo subwooofer, however it has no relevance at all to this discussion. You have already promoted the same subwoofer on another thread.

This is shameless promotion actually and will get you banned very quickly.

Please excuse me, but are you involved in any way with the making/selling of this product?
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Old 26th June 2006, 14:49   #37
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Umm Vikram,

It is indeed enlightening to know your high opinion on the Soomookoo subwooofer, however it has no relevance at all to this discussion. You have already promoted the same subwoofer on another thread.

This is shameless promotion actually and will get you banned very quickly.

Please excuse me, but are you involved in any way with the making/selling of this product?
Sam I just PM'ed Navin about this 10 mins back. And I am guessing that Vikram is either the manufacturer/distributor for this.
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Old 26th June 2006, 17:09   #38
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Sumoku is a brand of Palesha Electronics owned by Mahendra Palesha in Poona. I can only assume Mr. Shetty is a distributor or dealer in Delhi. Enough said.
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