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      ICE for Crysta 2.8ZX

      Hello everyone,
      I need the upgrade that current set of speakers in my crysta. My budget is 50k max and don't need the sub as I'm using third row most of the time. Please suggest what can be done in this budget.

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      What all do you need for 50k? Two pairs of speakers I suppose? What about amps?

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      Speakers, amp, wiring, damping etc. Basically everything under 50k.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ankit_17 View Post
      Speakers, amp, wiring, damping etc. Basically everything under 50k.
      Innova is quite a huge car with massive door pads. You'd need some really nice and beefy mid-basses and some decent amount of power to get some good music in it. If I were you and had a budget of around 50k, it would be better to stick to the OEM setup, because a setup with two pairs of speakers and a basic amp won't be that much of an upgrade due to how the car is built.
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      Do it step by step
      1 Headunit
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      I won't be able to upgrade headunit as it has navigation, reverse cam. Rest I'll do..

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      Quote Originally Posted by mclaren1885 View Post
      Innova is quite a huge car with massive door pads. You'd need some really nice and beefy mid-basses and some decent amount of power to get some good music in it. If I were you and had a budget of around 50k, it would be better to stick to the OEM setup, because a setup with two pairs of speakers and a basic amp won't be that much of an upgrade due to how the car is built.
      By how much do I need stretch my budget to get decent sound!!

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      Do it step by step as suggested above, this way you can choose a better equipment and also see the changes each element brings to your setup, Only if you dont want to spend the whole hog of money in this pit.

      What kind of music you enjoy listening to and what kind of gear you have in mind to start with. You can start with adding a set of components to the front and coaxials to the rear, powering them from a descent 4 channel amplifier. This should get you started to enjoy music and if you want to go a bit more in this path, add a sub woofer and a mono amplifier to turn things a bit like Disco in your car/MUV.

      1. Components to look for - Rainbows/Hertz/Helix/DLS - it purely depends how much you are willing to invest for front speakers. If you use the car more for yourself then you can spend good money on front components else bring a balance in choosing front and rear speakers accordingly.

      2. Get a 4 channel amplifier, I see few of them on SALE thread here, else there are many brands available to choose from - Hertz/Helix/Focal/JBL etc.

      3. Get some money invested in damping and good wiring kit, should help you go a long way in achieving a good and safe audio for your car.

      Listen to few of the setups around your place and maybe visit few of the audio stores and ask for auditions and then choose your equipment wisely, its always good to hear the gear first before installing.

      Hope this helps.

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      keep it stock.maintain originality and save money!!

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      1st step would be to upgrade stock speakers to Components and add dynamat.

      I do not suggest upgrading HU on modern cars as many functions/sensors are inbuilt.

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