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Old 4th June 2007, 00:32   #6046
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Hi Sam,
I got myself a Civic and I put in the following...Polk comps upfront (momo series), coaxials in the rear (polk momo series), JBL sub in the boot, JBL touring series monoblock amp for the sub and an Alpine 4-way for the speakers, with a JVC EXAD Dvd player as the head unit. Good choice???
Yes, you've got yourself some pretty good stuff. Enjoy your music!!
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Hi Sam,
I got myself a Civic and I put in the following...Polk comps upfront (momo series), coaxials in the rear (polk momo series), JBL sub in the boot, JBL touring series monoblock amp for the sub and an Alpine 4-way for the speakers, with a JVC EXAD Dvd player as the head unit. Good choice???
Hey, that's a nice setup. Congrats! Please let us have some pics And enjoyyyyyy!
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right now in my car thats tata indigo i have a sony xplod 1300w sub-woofer and a sony 6oow amp.....the sony sound quality is really poor,planned to shift for jbl or alphine?can a jbl or alphine amp will be a good combination with sony woofer?or should i shift for a new woofer,should i go for a mono amp or for 4 ch?can u help me with this with a clear details with the price.
Ummm... do you have speakers? Which ones?
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check the HU and wires. All wires even those that go from the XO to the components. My guess is that it is the HU.
Sure.. ill get the HU examined by the person who sold me, if he replaces it fine, if not then blaupunkt helpline would look into it
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I got myself a Civic and I put in the following..JBL sub in the boot, an Alpine 4-way for the speakers, Good choice???
Congrats man, nice ride and guess your ICE sounds pretty sweet too!

Which sub.. can we have the specification for the amp as well. Subs in a sealed box or ported?

Whats your initial experience with the setup like
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I have had this trouble before with a Blaupukt HU. At the first notch of volume increase, there is a hiss. Call your blaupunkt service guy.
Hi I got my setup recently: Pio HU, Sony amp, JBL 607c & GTO 937, monster cabling. I get a similar problem, when I turn up the volume, the hiss increases - even if it is a CD that's playing and if its in pause.

I doubt its the wires, because with the volume increased, the hiss increases - so its perhaps coming straight from the HU.

What could possibly cause this?

Perhaps LBM could give us the technical angle to this.
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Is this a Bass Blocker

Hey Gurus, is this a bass blocker??





Gurus Please help!!
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Hi I got my setup recently: Pio HU, Sony amp, JBL 607c & GTO 937, monster cabling. I get a similar problem, when I turn up the volume, the hiss increases
check HU (if it is generating hiss) by not using the amp and connecting the HU direct to speakers (this can be done easily for the rear speakers if the amp is in the trunk.

check wires from HU to amp.

check Amp. a low level hiss is being generated somewhere and the amp is amplifying it.
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Hey Gurus, is this a bass blocker??
No that looks like the HPF of the tweeter.
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No that looks like the HPF of the tweeter.
Which is a bass blocker, in a manner of speaking.
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I saw an install in which the power and signal(speaker?) wires were running on one side of the car, entwined with each other like lovers, Will this cause problems like hum and wine.
The power lines were going to amp, and the signal wires also going from HU to amp.
If adequate shielding is used on power lines will it take care of interference like this?
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Which is a bass blocker, in a manner of speaking.
Like active and passive voice
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Which is a bass blocker, in a manner of speaking.
Sorry i forgot to mark it. It am talking about the capacitor soldered to the terminals of the speaker as i have never seen it before. The Capacitor is soldered on to the terminal only and no other wires are present.
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Which is a bass blocker, in a manner of speaking.
yeah at 4KHz instead of 400Hz.
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I saw an install in which the power and signal(speaker?) wires were running on one side of the car, entwined with each other like lovers,
with such a beautiful word in your post I wonder why Sam has not replied as yet..

power cables are better left away from all other cables. But if there has to be a choice it is better that they be close to speaker cables than RCA wire.
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