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Old 24th October 2005, 16:52   #91
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Blaupunkt XL210 - 4" Components. Decent sounding. Had them in my ex-cars about four years back. I am not sure whether they still make them now or not.
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Old 24th October 2005, 17:04   #92
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then what does one do if one wants imaging but only has 4" pods in a car. both my octy and sail have 4" rear pods.

are these available locally?
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-lEQStAT...0&I=037ACS2040

there is an expensive option...
Infinity makes a 6" 3 way with a 4" midrange... :-(
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then what does one do if one wants imaging but only has 4" pods in a car. both my octy and sail have 4" rear pods.

are these available locally?
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-lEQStAT...0&I=037ACS2040

there is an expensive option...
Infinity makes a 6" 3 way with a 4" midrange... :-(
Ya the Kappa 3 way compos. Have those in the skoda...
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which skoda? now you got me excited....i wonder if i can afford a pair...
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come ot think of it i really dont have room in th rear for the 6" woofers.

now why am i bringing this up...

well over the weekend it seems like we damanged on the 4" vifa woofers on my wife's sail.
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First the fronts and now the rears...... wonder when is navin going to get a new amp for the sail!
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which skoda? now you got me excited....i wonder if i can afford a pair...

Look closely amigo
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Look closely amigo
from this pic...

that looks like a pair of 6x9 and a pair of 4" components in the rear unless you are using 6x9 grills over 6.5" cones. the 75.4 amp on the left drives the subs the 75.4 amp on the right drives front and rear and the head unit is an older alpine with a CHS634 changer. the car is an 2002-2003 ambiente Tdi with some infinity graphics on the sides. whoever used it last left the left front door open so obviously this car was at a show and not on the road.

BTW why is the tweeter in front of the woofer instead of behind as in most installs. i know one reason but i want to know yours.

I guess you are using 6010 in the front.

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from this pic...

that looks like a pair of 6x9 and a pair of 4" components in the rear unless you are using 6x9 grills over 6.5" cones. the 75.4 amp on the left drives the subs the 75.4 amp on the right drives front and rear and the head unit is an older alpine with a CHS634 changer. the car is an 2002-2003 ambiente Tdi with some infinity graphics on the sides. whoever used it last left the left front door open so obviously this car was at a show and not on the road.

BTW why is the tweeter in front of the woofer instead of behind as in most installs. i know one reason but i want to know yours.

I guess you are using 6010 in the front.

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NAHEE! WRONG WRONG WRONG!

Didnt look closely enough Old Block. The 6X9 is a 6X9 infinity woofer only. It's a kappa 1.5cs 3 way compo. 6X9 woofer, 4" mid and tweeter.


The 2 amps inside are 300.4 and 1100.1. The 300.4 drives the speakers and the 1100.1 drives the kappa subs.
The HU is a new one. 9833 or something.

The car is a 2.0 Petrol.

Whats the reason you would put the tweeter in the front?
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The 9833 is old. the new version is the 9855.

the 1.5cs has been replaced with the 1.7cs (I have memorised the infinoity catalog) and that uses a 6.5" woofer. I was thinking of using this for the rear in my Skoda and Sail but wonder where to fit the woofers. BTW what do they cost in India.

in this skoda the tweeters are in the front. now if we look at the construction of a tweeter vis a vis a woofer you will notice that the voicecoil of the woofer is about 1.5" behind. By putting the tweeter behind the woofer you time align the woofer with the tweeter. with the tweeter in the front the high freq will reach the listener before the lows. with the tweetre behind teh woofer (from the listeners point of view) both sets of frequencies will arrive closer together.

so you got a 330.4 and 1100.1
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http://caraudiosecurity.com/shop/pro...s_id/4304.html

BTW Sam see the new 1.7cs.
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Well we havent yet recd those in India.
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i just cant seem to download this file is any one facing a similar problem ??


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hey someone can you guys help rev out. i am an idiot when it comes to computers,
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i just cant seem to download this file is any one facing a similar problem ??


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no probs whatsoever...able to download it revtech..why dont u check with ur spyware and firewall settings..
PS: 18 downloads and harldy any reviews..now thats shocking...sam what have u done to them that they are not even in a positon to post their views..recovery from laughter should have been the prob ..
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