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Old 8th June 2006, 13:04   #1
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Default Pioneer or Blaupunkt HU?

I am planning to go for an MP3, but not able to decide between Pioneer and Blaupunkt, My budget is around 12K. I am not keen to add an amp or sub woofer etc. Need a plain system with good sound clarity. Anybody can suggest me a good system at the above price range with Detachable faceplate with approx price and model name.
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Old 8th June 2006, 13:12   #2
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Both companies have good models. I suspect you will find a Blaupunkt with Bill and Warranty a bit easier. Not all Pioneer in India have a Bill and Warranty.
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Go for pioneer 6850 It is good head unit with further upgrade facility like aux in ipod connectivity pre outs 7 band eq and will cost u without b/w for app 9.5k.......
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Yes our memeber "Hellspawn" has just bought a 6850, and its got amazing features for the price.
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6850 is indeed a good model, but would cost almost 12k or up with B&W. Blau india need to do some more adverts.
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I have to agree. I like the Pioneer 6850 too. I did mention that to you, Aza over a beer did I not?
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By the way, old 7750 is the new 6850 right?
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7750 was the ultimate!

Now, 6850 seems like a replacement for it.

Now the GURUS, please suggest if it is better to replace my 7750 with anything else new.
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P80rs............................................. ............:d
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P80rs............................................. ............:d
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YESSSSSSSSSSSSsssssssssssssss!!

@Speedzak... tell me if you are interested - lets work out a group buy for this unit1
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JP1, I would suggest you go for the Pioneer 6850 with the JBL Speakers. If you are looking for just good and clear sound. But if you need more Bass, you have to go for the amp and subwoofer which ofcourse you can upgrade you system in future. The pioneer 6850 supports all that low_bass_maker has already mentioned.
Please let us know once you got the fix.
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Yes Sam you did and I was ashamed since I always thought you were an Alpine fan!!!(JKing) But had a great time that day anyways

OT - When are you posting the pics up? People might like to see what you look like fully clothed!!



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I have to agree. I like the Pioneer 6850 too. I did mention that to you, Aza over a beer did I not?
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