Discussion in 'In Car Entertainment' started by livelyyoungman, May 12, 2011.
does the above iceing effected the blue n me technology and steering button controls???????
No B&M. It's ditched. But steering wheel controls intact but for the Windows button. SQ improved by leaps and bounds.
The call button in the wheel is to have worked too with the new harness; but still to set that up. Believe there is a connection issue in the CANBUS. Need to check that.
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Am still happy with my ice upgrade...going good past 3yrs now....:thumbup:
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Vehicle Name: Punto
Vehicle Variant: Dynamic
HeadUnit: Eonon D1205 7 Inch Digital Screen Motorized 1 Din Car DVD Player.
Front Speakers(Make/Model/Type/NA): Hertz ESK 165
Rear Speakers(Make/Model/Type/NA): Hertz DCX 130
Amplifier(Make/Model): Arc Audio XXD5080 5-Channel Class D
SubWoofer(Make/Model/NA): Rockford Fosgate Punch series P1S4-10"
Damping: Yet to get damping done.
Overall budget: Around 44k
Vehicle Name: Grande Punto
Vehicle Variant: 2011 90HP
Head Unit: Stock
Front Speakers(Make/Model/Type/NA): Rockford Fosgate R1652-S 6.5" comps
Rear Speakers(Make/Model/Type/NA): DLS B5A 5.25"comps
Amplifier(Make/Model):Cerwin Wega HED 600.4
Sub Woofer(Make/Model/NA): Polk db 8"
Overall budget: 30k (IIRC)
Vehicle : Linea
Variant : TJet+
Install conceived and supervised by : Prinston Pinto
Installer : Babu
Type of Install : Stealth
Install location : Santa Cruz, Bombay
Vendors : Chiragh Bir Singh, Dr. Nikhil Sharma, Bee Sounds, FM drives, no name vendors in Andheri, Santa Cruz & Lamington Road
Head Unit : F199 IN, Delphi (OE)
Front Component Woofers : Micro Precision series 3
Front Component Tweeters : Micro Precision series 5, version 5.28 Mark II
Amplifier Front : Genesis Series III, Dual Mono
Rear Coaxials : German Maestro, Alpha AC6508
Amplifier Rear : Celestra FA275
Damping Metal : Dynamat Lite
Damping Door Cards : Focal BAM XL
Power wire : Monster 300 series, 4 gauge
Ground wire : Stinger Pro series, 4 gauge
Hi Low Convertor : Audison SLI4
RCAs : Tchernov Cuprum Junior analog 2 channel
Speaker Wire (Amplifiers to Crossovers. Crossovers to OE socket & to tweeters) : Monster 300 series
Speaker Wire (OE socket to front components & to rear coaxials) : OE factory wire
Fuse holder : AVI, mini ANL inline
Fuse : AVI, 150 amps
Distribution blocks power & ground : Stinger Pro Crome series, 4 gauge
Power Connector : Kicker, spade type
Grounding Lug : Stinger Pro series compression type, screw less
Connectors : 3M connectors and appropriate male female sockets
Cable ties : 3M
LED Lights : No brand name with 3M backing tape
Insulating tape : Polyamide construction, no brand name
Amp board : 1/2" MDF
Trim : Colour matched, fire retardent pile carpet
Steering Controls : Intact & Functional
Blue & Me : Intact & Functional
That's one long list! Dent to pocket?
'Ouch' does not even begin to answer your query
All I will say at this time is that quite a few of the bits used were either left over from the Cedia upgrade and then some were acquired over the last couple of years, yet others were new purchases. Will give a detailed account in my ownership thread.
The fun bit is that till date I have neither seen nor heard the setup. However Prince (Prinston) was happy with the sounds and so was Parimal who flew the Jet from Bombay to Dilli. He says and I quote " The system in my car (Parimal's Punto sports) does not even reproduce lots of frequencies that are clear and detailed in the Linea's system. I find instruments missing in the songs from the same USB stick that was used in the Jet wherein they were absolutely clear and detailed."
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Amplifier: JVC 3104 - 300 rms 4 channel
Wiring Kit: Scorche
SubWoofer: Infinity ref 1220 SE preloaded enclosure
Vehicle Name: Punto.
Vehicle Vaiant: Dynamic.
HU: JVC KD-X50BT
Front Speakers: Infinity/pr6500/Components
Rear Speakers: stock
Amplifier: JBL 4 channel(dnt remember the model number)
SubWoofer: JBL 12'' bass tube GT-X1250T
Overall budget:28K (with installation)
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