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    Quote Originally Posted by zunny View Post
    lolz i still havent told em where u got it from! If u were in my gun range i wod've personally done the audio cons 4 u. Now dats a one off exclusive offer!
    Yar I haven't even touched that steering control part primarily due to lack of time. Stay tuned. They will know where I got it from when I post the pics on this weekend insha Allah.
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    ^i think its better to keep it a secret !!
    'RESPECT',DIY projects: 1) 'CRUISEMATEC' 1st PKDM 8th Gen Civic with OEM Honda CRUISE CONTROL 2)Steering Audio Controls 3)AUX for OEM 8th Gen 6 CD CHANGER 4)Leather RED H logo!

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    New stuff 2011 Civic VTi "Viper" - 251311 10150207555481428 701951427 7553096 4661642 n

    New stuff 2011 Civic VTi "Viper" - 246801 10150207555656428 701951427 7553098 3782983 n

    New stuff 2011 Civic VTi "Viper" - 252546 10150207555746428 701951427 7553100 3832862 n

    New stuff 2011 Civic VTi "Viper" - 259826 10150207555881428 701951427 7553104 632115 n

    New stuff 2011 Civic VTi "Viper" - 260126 10150207555966428 701951427 7553106 2650120 n

    New stuff 2011 Civic VTi "Viper" - 260021 10150207556056428 701951427 7553108 7347317 n


    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    I don't think so. Lets see how those liners did in Laadli then I think I can come up with something close to this.

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    Thanks to Fouad Bhai .. Laadli's trunk lid liner is successfully installed. However, if you intend to make contours in the liner, I would suggest using one with slightly thicker size ... and the best way to do that would be to do it yourself using a heat gun.


    In case of engine hood liner, please consider the safety aspects. ... engine bay has very high temperatures and air pressure conditions .. so you must consider all aspects before going ahead with this.

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    @faud bhai did u sattar bhai the coin lolz
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    Default Diamond Audio Four Channel Car Amplifier

    CosmeticsBreathtaking. That's how I'd have to describe the appearance of the Diamond Audio D7054 amplifier. All of the connections on this amplifier are gold-plated, starting with the power connectors: These ultra heavy duty connectors can accommodate either a 4-gauge ring lug, a 4-gauge bare wire connection, or both! Nice idea, as an external capacitor could be added directly to this connection. The speaker connections are top quality as well; the set screws can accommodate #10-gauge speaker wire. The RCA connectors have a nice external machined appearance, but are quite ordinary. The overall external appearance is absolutely gorgeous: the best I've seen. The frosted aluminum finish, combined with chrome plating, and a translucent Plexi cover is easy on the eyes. Even the mounting feet are beautifully machined aluminum. All the crossover controls and configuration switches are accessible from a recessed area on top of the amplifier. Normally the 3" height would be too high for many mounting locations, but this D7054 is so stunning, one would never hide it.

    The amplifier is cooled by a variable speed fan, which pulls air in through the endplates and over the internal heatsink, and exhausts it through the end plates as well. While the external aluminum case appears massive, it is not actually thermally connected and does not aid in cooling the amplifier. The amplifier is quite large for 400 watts, so it never thermally cycled during our tests.

    LayoutInternal layout is nice as well. The power supply is at one end, far away from the sensitive analog input circuitry. OP amps are low-noise and moderately fast slewing. Top quality film caps are used to couple the power stages to the input circuitry. On the downside, 85* C supply filter capacitors are used instead of 105* C caps required in an automotive environment. This amplifier uses four 2SA1303 output devices per channel. These are excellent audio bipolar transistors. Using four per channel 100 watt channel is more than we would normally see, but you'll never see one fail.

    Power SupplyThe power supply is isolated and fully regulated. The supply has an extra rail to help the output stage pull closer to their rails. The supply fell out of regulation when the DC input fell below 9.8 volts, while delivering 400 watts into two ohms. This is well below operating range and should not create any problems.

    CrossoversThis amplifier has three internal crossovers, front, rear, and auxiliary. Each crossover is 18 dB / Octave Butterworth, and can be configured for high pass, low pass or band pass. Frequencies can be chosen from 50 Hz to 5 kHz. Exceptional!

    Protection The D7054 never got hot enough to thermally cycle, and it recovered from our short circuits tests without damage. Loads lower than two ohms cause the power supply to reduce voltage, so that the output devices are not overdriven.

    PerformanceThe amplifier was ruler-flat from 10 Hz to 20k, as expected. The D7054 produced 50 watts x 4 into four ohms, and a healthy 97 watts x 4 into two ohms at 1 kHz. The power supply is fully regulated, even down to DC input voltages as low as 9.8 volts. So it should be an easy matter for Diamond to adjust the rail voltage up to exceed the published specification.

    Two problem areas were separation and THD. Diamond rates separation at 80dB. With the amplifier unloaded, this spec was easily met. But, the separation fell to 50dB at 1kHz with four 4-ohm loads connected. This indicates an internal layout problem. I'd like to take this time to clarify what this really means in terms of sound quality. The properties of an amplifier such as separation and damping are often misunderstood and as a result are often given more importance than they deserve. What does 50dB of separation really mean? Let's say that you have 100 watts of music coming out of the right channel. With 50 dB separation you would have just 1/1000th of a watt leaking into the left. Take an audiophile's $1000 phono cartridge: 50 dB would be quite respectable. The same phono cartridge's separation would fall to only 25-30 dB at 20kHz! So, don't let this spec throw you off. For an amplifier, peak output current capability, slew rate, and ability to drive reactive loads are far more important parameters.

    Another area where the amplifier fell short is THD. The D7054 was close to Diamond's spec with only one channel loaded, but rose to .09% @ 1kHz with all four channels loaded into four ohms. This indicates the same internal grounding problem discussed earlier.

    Damping Factor measured greater than 300. Anything over 50 is gravy. I'd like to take this time to dispel another myth, that super high damping factors make an audible improvement. A damping factor of 50 means that the amplifier's actual output impedance divided into the load impedance is 50. In this example the amplifier's internal impedance is .08 ohms. A typical four ohm speaker typically has 3.2 ohms of internal DC resistance. So, the actual damping factor could not be better than 4/3.2 = 1.25! That is why emphasis on ultra high damping means nothing sonically.

    The amplifier passed our reactive load test, working flawlessly into all of our reactive loads. Efficiency at full power into 2 ohms was 54%. At 1/3 power the efficiency fell to 36%, which is typical for class A/B amplifiers.

    Listening TestWe tested the Diamond with Morel Duets and the Altec Lansing Voice of the Theater speakers. These old Voice of the Theater speakers are extremely efficient and help to reveal distortion at low power. The amplifier was completely neutral; we could not detect any coloration of the music. The amplifier was silent when turned on, but made a very slight tick when turned off.

    ConclusionThis is a great sounding amp; it looks fantastic, and has very versatile crossovers. The cosmetic and build quality of this amp is quite substantial. A bit pricey, but beautiful nonetheless.

    Diamond Audio Amplifier Specifications

    Brand: Diamond Audio Model: D7054 MSRP: $849.99 Output power @1% THD 1kHz 14.4 volts Stereo @ 4 ohms 4 channels x 53 watts Stereo @ 2 ohms 4 channels x 97 watts Bridged @ 4 ohms 2 channels x 195 watts Output power @1% THD 1kHz 12.5 volts Stereo @ 4 ohms 4 channels x 53 watts Stereo @ 2 ohms 4 channels x 96 watts Bridged @ 4 ohms 2 channels x 193 watts Distortion at 50Watts x 4, 1kHz 14.4 volts .09% @ 4 ohms Input sensitivity 150 MV to 8.5 volts Frequency response (+- 1dB) 10Hz- 85 kHz S/N (A weighted, below clipping,min gain >98 dB Damping Factor @ 100Hz, 4 ohms >312 Idle current 2.22 amps Maximum current consumption,unclipped 49 amps @ 380 watts Efficiency at 1/3 power, 2 ohm per CH. 35.5% Efficiency at full power, 2 ohm per CH. 54% Crossover slope 18dB/octave Crossover range, lowpass 50Hz-5kHz Crossover range highpass 50Hz-5kHz Dimensions 19.5" x10.5"x 2.94" Additional Measurements Out of Regulation: 1kHz 9.8 volts, 20Hz 11 volts Power out at 20Hz 1%THD 97 watts x 4 Slew rate (RCA input) 11.5 V/usec. Positive features 1. Heavy duty power connectors with dual terminal option on both the positive and the negative terminals. The dual terminal function consists of a screw type for a wire lug or Allen set screw for stranded number 4 wire. This feature can also be used to connect a large external capacitor to the power terminals. 2. Heavy duty speaker terminals with Allen set screw for number 8 stranded wire (although number 10 wire seemed to fit with a lot more ease). 3. Quasi-differential input for low noise and elimination of possible ground loops (a must with a four-channel amp). 4. -12 dB sensitivity switch for high and low level input (high level 600MV-8.5Volts) (low level 150 MV-2 volts) 5. Extra crossover section for auxiliary output. 6. Passed reactive load test. 7. Cosmetically a great looking amp. 8. Fan cooling Negative features 1. Chassis is a little on the big size for a 400 watt category. 2. Low channel separation (50 dB ) 3. Higher THD with all channels driven. .09% vs...033% (single channel) Comments Very slight turn-off tick.




    Source: Diamond Audio Four Channel Car Amplifier - Amplifier Reviews - Car Audio and Electronics














    Fouad Bhai ... just my opinion ... avoid this

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    Morel Components
    New stuff 2011 Civic VTi "Viper" - 250011 Corolla SQ Setup   Morel PRS Dynamat Stinger Pioneer 1

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    I checked the carton .. there was no coin

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesleeping View Post
    @faud bhai did u sattar bhai the coin lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by askhokhar View Post
    I checked the carton .. there was no coin

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    Sir that coin was actually a graphic effect and as such there was no coin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    sir that coin was actually a graphic effect and as such there was no coin.:d
    lolz u made sattar bhai happy that he will be geting 5 ruppes
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    Quote Originally Posted by askhokhar View Post
    CosmeticsBreathtaking. That's how I'd have to describe the appearance of the Diamond Audio D7054 amplifier. All of the connections on this amplifier are gold-plated, starting with the power connectors....Fouad Bhai ... just my opinion ... avoid this
    Sattar bhai the one I'm considering is Diamond Audio D600.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesleeping View Post
    lolz u made sattar bhai happy that he will be geting 5 ruppes
    infact the one in my picture was 1 rupee coin
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    Got some new thing's for my car.

    1) Sylvania SilverStar Ultra High beam bulbs, they are much brighter + whiter and have almost 40% more visibility.

    New Stuff2011 Civic VTi &quotVIPER" -253755

    2) New Tool's for the D.I.Y's...

    New Stuff2011 Civic VTi &quotVIPER" -253756

    3) And Finally SwirlX..

    New Stuff2011 Civic VTi &quotVIPER" -253757
    SS..
    14' Honda Accord Sport..

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    ^nice products.which DIY is on the cards?
    'RESPECT',DIY projects: 1) 'CRUISEMATEC' 1st PKDM 8th Gen Civic with OEM Honda CRUISE CONTROL 2)Steering Audio Controls 3)AUX for OEM 8th Gen 6 CD CHANGER 4)Leather RED H logo!

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    @sardarsaeed

    Whats the cost of swirl x and which shop stocks it in lahore?

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    3 hours on feet; stepped in at least 50 shops and asked for the bloody red logos and none of them had it.
    @Fireblade: Do you know the exact place from where you bought 6 pairs. I couldn't find even one.

    @Zunny Bhai: Thank you for the mail. I'll coordinate with you via PM.
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    Seems like Fouad Bh is preparing for Kallar Kahar GTG? Most of the things from Khokhar Sb' post about audio stuff...opper sey guzzar gain hein Have to attend the GTG to learn these things I guess...so who are going there?

    Looking forward to whats Sardar is upto now! Nice shopping (Y)

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    Absolutely magnificent Sardar. You've blown new life into the thread. High class stuff. Would you like to share the source and other details for the benefit of members here?
    https://www.facebook.com/hidefcars

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    Quote Originally Posted by istafa111 View Post
    3 hours on feet; stepped in at least 50 shops and asked for the bloody red logos and none of them had it.
    @Fireblade: Do you know the exact place from where you bought 6 pairs. I couldn't find even one.

    @Zunny Bhai: Thank you for the mail. I'll coordinate with you via PM.
    Yipeeeeeee!!!! Nikkar arahey hain
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