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    Default My Proton Inspira's new Sound System

    Guys just managed to complete a decent audio system of my red beauty. Although it's only an entry level system but sufficient to enjoy music on d highway for now



    LATEST SQ PURCHASE Pictures on Page 31 onwards



    Thanx to all who helped me out especially DrShaggy, madhouse, bad_cheetah, stj174, bluespark, DrSmiley, Moonjee and others.


    HEAD UNIT :

    PIONEER X4550DVD
    http://www.pioneer.my/ProductDetail/...&CatId=2,23,28



    PROCESSOR :

    HELIX C-DSP
    http://www.audiotec-fischer.de/lng/en/c-dsp.html



    FRONT STAGE :

    FOCAL KRX 3 - 3 WAY COMPONENT SET (Full Active)
    http://www.focal.com/en/k2-power/181...053751320.html
    2010 AUSTRALIAN IN CAR AWARDS

    VIBRATION DAMPING :

    STP GOLD(Outer Door Metal)
    http://stp-distribution.com/en/products.html

    STINGER ROAD KILL (Inner Door Metal)

    STP CRYSTAL (Behind Midbass)
    http://stp-distribution.com/en/products.html

    SOUND PROOFING :

    STP SPL 08 (8mm soundproofing sheet)
    http://stp-distribution.com/en/products.html

    SUBWOOFER :

    JBL 10W GTi IN 0.8 CFT SEALED FIBREGLASS ENCLOSURE.


    AMPLIFICATION :

    MCINTOSH MC423 (For Tweeters)
    http://www.roger-russell.com/caraud.htm

    MCINTOSH MC425 (For Midrange)

    AUDIOSYSTEM TWISTER F4.240 (For Midbass)
    http://amp-performance.de/558-Audio-...r-F2-450-.html

    MCINTOSH MC443M MONOBLOCK (For Subwoofer)
    http://www.roger-russell.com/caraud.htm

    POWER CABLES :

    EFX 0 AWG (From Battery to Distribution Block)
    EFX 4 AWG (Power Cable For Amplifiers)
    Stinger HPM 4 AWG (Ground Cable For Amplifiers)
    Trans 8 AWG (For Processor)

    INTERCONNECTS :

    VAN DEN HUL D300 MK III HYBRID (For Front Stage)
    http://www.vandenhul.com/products/ca...d-halogen-free

    STINGER 8000 (For Midbass, Subwoofer and DSP)

    SPEAKER WIRES :

    FOCAL ES25 13 AWG (For Front Stage)
    http://www.focal.com/en/cables/325-e...057821111.html

    VAN DEN HUL CS122 HYBRID 12AWG (For Subwoofer)
    http://www.vandenhul.com/products/ca...d-halogen-free

    INSTALLATION ACCESSORIES :

    XSCORPION 0 AWG RING TERMINALS
    DOMINATION CONNEXION FUSED DISTRIBUTION BLOCK
    XSCORPION GROUND DISTRIBUTION BLOCK
    XSCORPION 0AWG FUSE HOLDER WITH VOLT DISPLAY

    NIGHT VISION REVERSE CAMERA
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    Pioneer X4550DVD, Focal KRX3, HELIX C-DSP, MCINTOSH MC423, MCINTOSH MC425, MCINTOSH MC443M, AUDIOSYSTEM F4.240, JBL W10GTi, VDH CS122, VDH D300MKIII, EFX, Stinger 8000, ELITE ES25.

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    resembles to ev0 X alot
    Run your car not your mouth =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lzf754 View Post
    resembles to ev0 X alot
    Because the Inspira has been made in collaboration with Mitsubishi since the very first model.
    Nothing to see here.

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    add some damping inside cabinet also, yr listening envoironment is smaller than the amount of low frequency sound its getting. reduce bass frequencies to lower Hz, this is will also reduce decibels.. cotton and some soft material stuffed inbetween hard materials will help

    better to live with less bass than to hear rattles.
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    Yes m planning to do it over the weekend. It doesn't rattle all the time, only on certain frequencies when i feel vibrations. For now i've adjusted bass so that there is minimal rattling.

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    Nice car MashAllah

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    @sial_ali thanx bro

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    Thanx bro...

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    1st post edited....

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    Congrats on completing the system sir
    PS: Im allergic to shullbit.

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    Sir alot of people also dampen the rear parcel shelf but i guess thts not needed unless u r left with some sheets. If im not wrong, u have installed the coaxial focals in the rear doors not rear parcel right?

    Usually the rear shelf plastic panel sits on a metal sheet. If u remove it and measure and get synthetic carpet underlay, cut it a little more than the size of plastic panel and fit it back tight. This way it rests on the underlay rather than metal. U could only do the boundries of the panel but tht would require sticking. lot of cutting and time.

    U would then just need a pair of scissors to cut underlay at any factory speaker holes or any hole u made to let the bass enter the cabin. That u would access from the boot.

    Do not use foam anywhere, as it absorbs moisture and causes rust.

    Plastic rear parcel with MDF one is also an option but would spoil looks if the factory rear parcel is nice looking.
    PS: Im allergic to shullbit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrSmiley View Post
    Sir alot of people also dampen the rear parcel shelf but i guess thts not needed unless u r left with some sheets. If im not wrong, u have installed the coaxial focals in the rear doors not rear parcel right?

    Usually the rear shelf plastic panel sits on a metal sheet. If u remove it and measure and get synthetic carpet underlay, cut it a little more than the size of plastic panel and fit it back tight. This way it rests on the underlay rather than metal. U could only do the boundries of the panel but tht would require sticking. lot of cutting and time.

    U would then just need a pair of scissors to cut underlay at any factory speaker holes or any hole u made to let the bass enter the cabin. That u would access from the boot.

    Do not use foam anywhere, as it absorbs moisture and causes rust.

    Plastic rear parcel with MDF one is also an option but would spoil looks if the factory rear parcel is nice looking.
    Sir i've already uploaded a pic of rear parcel in my other thread. Kindly have a look. thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrSmiley View Post
    Congrats on completing the system sir
    Thanx a lot Sir

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrSmiley View Post
    Congrats on completing the system sir
    Thanx a lot Sir

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    So guys plz tell me how to adjust the settings on the HU and amp e.g the base boost, subwoofer level, frequency and loudness etc

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    for how mch did u get the Hu n the SUB for????
    Btw CONGRATS....
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