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      simple and neat install....good job!!!

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      Great stuff gkannan sir. I think Nomad has a point. But with any modification, there is a risk factor associated with it. I am not sure how other installers handle this? I have never seen a disclaimer anywhere else.

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      Neat but not simple

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      simple and neat install....good job!!!
      Definitely very neat and clean.
      But clearly not a simple one. I think its quite intricate - from initial stages of moulding fibre glass to final tuning
      That is why took more than a week

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sarabpreet View Post
      Definitely very neat and clean.
      But clearly not a simple one. I think its quite intricate - from initial stages of moulding fibre glass to final tuning
      That is why took more than a week
      simple because no 'bling' to it which i personally prefer and going by the post it seems that RTA has not been done yet ,maybe it will be done at a later stage and if not then it should be because this is one hell of a DSP ...if tuned to its limit it sounds phenomenal....

      cheers!!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by terminator View Post
      simple because no 'bling' to it which i personally prefer and going by the post it seems that RTA has not been done yet ,maybe it will be done at a later stage and if not then it should be because this is one hell of a DSP ...if tuned to its limit it sounds phenomenal....

      cheers!!!!
      I don't use RTA while tuning. I am more attuned to using ears, which i have mentioned in the thread as well.
      Of course I sometimes do an RTA in the end of everything to ascertain linearity.

      I am also from the school of thought that does not EQ at all, or at the most keep it minimalist and prefer acoustic corrections where ever possible.
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      Quote Originally Posted by gkannan View Post
      I don't use RTA while tuning. I am more attuned to using ears, which i have mentioned in the thread as well.
      Of course I sometimes do an RTA in the end of everything to ascertain linearity.

      I am also from the school of thought that does not EQ at all, or at the most keep it minimalist and prefer acoustic corrections where ever possible.
      every car will peak and dip at certain frequencies.if one side of the tweeter has a peak and the other side of the mid has a dip then it has to be 'curved' out equally if we want dead center imaging.even i don't recommend excessive use of EQ but equalization is very important in car.every driver has to be adjusted separately so that the CURVES matches as closely as possible.once that done just sit in the drivers seat and adjust the gain of ENTIRE right or left to center the image. with a DSP of such caliber its certainly worth trying.just my thought.

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      Quote Originally Posted by gkannan View Post
      I am also from the school of thought that does not EQ at all, or at the most keep it minimalist and prefer acoustic corrections where ever possible.
      +1

      with 300Hz upwards on dash and pods with required volume and correct driver angle Eq can be minimized. More near to natural the sound will be.
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      hi Kannan sir
      When you say depth is a feet outside wind screen, what does it mean?
      Is depth same as imaging?
      Is it like you hear some instruments as far as a feet outside windscreen and some directly at drivers ears?
      And what is the orientation of tweeter n widebands- both at drivers seat or on axis- left speakers towards right front seat and right speakers twoards left front seat

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