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Old 16th October 2005, 00:58   #2041
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I suggest going with b&w. However its not easy to guess why stuff thats smuggled/imported is cheap. Buying 6100F from Singapore is 6500Rs, I got it in Delhi for 7000/
So as you can see price becomes competitive. However the same amp is available via autocop dealers for 12k!
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Old 16th October 2005, 06:08   #2042
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Guess what? this thread just crossed 20K views

Sticky Thread Go to first new post Sticky: Car Audio Advice from the Audio Guru's: Use "Search thread" before posting a new Q! ( Multi-page thread 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last Page )

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funny thing for me to post at 6am.

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Old 16th October 2005, 15:58   #2043
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Cassette to MP3

Some good news on the Cassette to MP3 front.

Got a Crack for Music Match Jukebox Plus v10.00.4015b and it works!

.....edited....So, that solves my problem ! ( If you remember I had posted that I need both Cassette and MP3 in my car, but opted for just MP3 player as it had 3 preamps!)

Only thing is it is a bit tedious job, but its alright for the sound from a 3 preamp HU is just exhilirating!!

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guys look what i found frma post... component woofs, 2 subs, 2 amp, 5 crossovers, 4 tweeters, cd changer, a pioneer head unit.... phew. heavy eh?
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Old 17th October 2005, 14:23   #2045
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Now that the Jukebox is cracked, I can conver all the cassettes required on to MP3 format.
SM, this is sacrilige. I think you know that TEAM-BHP does NOT promote unauthorised use of software and discourages piracy.

I'm sorry but we will edit your post accordingly.
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IS it possible? There has been no post here since yesterday? I think Navin scared everyone off.. lol
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Old 18th October 2005, 12:43   #2047
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Sam, I know I am ugly but my last post here was on the 14th! :-). BTW that is why the mods dont have a photo of me yet. The last 3 cams that tried to take my photo cracked their lenses. Remember I was UMOC 3 yrs running.
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Old 18th October 2005, 13:32   #2048
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IS it possible? There has been no post here since yesterday? I think Navin scared everyone off.. lol
LOL sam.... I'm here as a fill-in, now that the most featured have fled.... Atleast Navinji does not scare me off ....

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Was a lil busy so couldn't post!

Sorry Navin, will keep what you said in mind. Team-bhp policies aside, in my view HOme PC software and MP3 world is a lot about copyright violations and Piracy!

Inside we might agree, but I understand that on public message boards like Team-bhp it should not be openly proclaimed or atleast promoted.

So my aplogies But Yes, I've happily converted my first cassette to MP3!
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A freind of mine has a Wagon-R and wants to know if he can add components in the front... Is it possible to fit 5 inch components in Wagon R in front without cutting? I know very lil about that car, so any suggestion would be quite helpful!
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Aseem I have not sat in a Wagon R ever. Maybe the gurus - Sam, Gunbir, JB, - can help.
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A freind of mine has a Wagon-R and wants to know if he can add components in the front... Is it possible to fit 5 inch components in Wagon R in front without cutting? I know very lil about that car, so any suggestion would be quite helpful!

Hi!

The wagon R has factory positions of 4" in the upper portion of the dash. Just like the Alto. It is not possible to fit larger than 4" speakers without cutting the door. In the original position toh, you cant put a 5" EVEN if you cut.
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Thats one reason I didn't go for the Wagon R..... I'm sure you guys won't believe.... But i was very choosy about muzic, and didn't want a car on which i couldn't add equipments I needed....

The indica is awesome.... u can add speakers on the dash, on the front doors, and on a tray at the rear... the last one not being a factory provided location....!!! and plus the Indica gave me everything I wanted in a car, so I went with it.... just that it didn't havethe power....[lol, aseem]

I.C.E rulz my rideeeeeee!!!!!

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how is the fit and finish of the indica as compared to the palio or sail?
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Old 20th October 2005, 03:04   #2055
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how is the fit and finish of the indica as compared to the palio or sail?
Its improving from its initial avtaar... however still not quite at Palio or Sail level.
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