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Old 20th June 2007, 13:07   #31
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or you can put them here...

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Old 20th June 2007, 13:16   #32
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Butter Chicken without any butter, eh?
No no, butter yes, chillies/spices no!

Reminds me of my experience at a Macdonalds in Singapore:
"Gimme a burger without the burger" (wife's a vegetarian)
"Huh, whaa? Baagaa, no baagaa???" (baagaa: burger in Singlish)

1 + (-1) = 0, right? That's what the poor guy had understood.
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Where do you think is a good place to install it? I was thinking of the door panels, but the tweeters get really close to the ears. Do you think it would be OK to install them on the dash?
Installing them on the dash just at the point where the A-pillar meets the dash should be good. Or you can try the lower-most point of the A pillars.

You may-not be able to screw them down, and will have to use double-sided tape. Be careful of not getting them knocked off their position when you give the car for servicing.

Installing them in the door panels has the advantage that the wiring is less messy. The whole unit will be within the doors itself, without a wire needing to go to the dash. But then you can always see how it goes with the dash install and shift them later if you feel like.

EDIT: Since you don't like it too bright, I think l_b_m's pic shows a pretty good (and simple) option too.

And guys, guys, puhleeze

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Installing them on the dash just at the point where the A-pillar meets the dash should be good. Or you can try the lower-most point of the A pillars.
I had asked this before also, can't tweeters be flush mounted either in A-pillar or the panel behind mirrors? Will the space available be sufficient to do that (with an average sized tweeter)?
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ya it can be done...but it will depend on the car also...



size of the tweeter...

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I was asking for baleno itself...
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any pic of a-piller of the same....
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LBM, any good option of putting tweeters in my Indica somewhere, without much hassels.... poor been hanging around with a wire since the day of install.
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Sorry, I don't have any picture of my car! Will take a snap for this purpose.
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LBM, any good option of putting tweeters in my Indica somewhere, without much hassels.... poor been hanging around with a wire since the day of install.
you were coming to Faridabad...what happened to that..If you come we can personally discuss and then post it on the forum.
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thanks LBM, would visit shortly bro!!
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Raghu, it is refreshing to see someone that does not like highs so much. This is precisely why your head unit has a treble control. Go minus if you like, my friend,

But install the tweeters.
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OT: Sam has now officially taken up the title of 'Lord of the Yetis'
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You should install the tweets too. You can control the level of highs by cutting them at the crossover (there will be a -3 setting). Without the tweets, you won't get good imaging up front. I think the 937s also have a push switch that you can use to cut the high-frequency response.
How exactly do I choose a "-3 setting"? Is there a switch on the crossover or do I need to open it up? And does this reduce the brightness of the tweets appreciably?
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OT: Sam has now officially taken up the title of 'Lord of the Yetis'
Yes. All thanks to you. I have.

Razor, there's a jumper in the crossover. 0 and +3.
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