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Avik207 18th July 2017 03:59 PM

Audio Setup For Maruti Suzuki Baleno
 
I bought a new car audio system for my Baleno RS. Kept the default head unit.

Amp
Sony XM-N1004 4 channel

Speakers
Front- Rockford fosgate prime component
Read- Rockford fosgate prime coaxial

Subs/Bass tube
Pioneer TS-WX306t

Wiring
Boss

Total cost 25K. Entry lvl setup really but it sounds good. Feel free to comment and give your input.

SilverEyez 18th July 2017 05:38 PM

Re: Car audio for Baleno
 
Congratulations on the upgrade.
Sony Amps are very durable and provides good output, have used it in the previous car.
how are the RF components?
are there any vibrations from the doors on higher volumes?

Avik207 18th July 2017 07:30 PM

Re: Audio Setup For Maruti Baleno
 
Components are obviously better than the coaxials. But that may be down to knowledge bias.

There is rattling of body panels at very high volumes. It's mostly down to the subs. I keep the base at a reasonable lvl.
I did not use dampers. I think I should have.

droid 19th July 2017 10:37 PM

Re: Audio Setup For Maruti Baleno
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Avik207 (Post 543505)
Components are obviously better than the coaxials. But that may be down to knowledge bias.

There is rattling of body panels at very high volumes. It's mostly down to the subs. I keep the base at a reasonable lvl.
I did not use dampers. I think I should have.

Especially when you power your midbass mounted in the doors with an amp, it is important to damp the doors. You get foil backed bitumen sheets with most car audio installers. Use that to damp the front two doors. It will not only improve the midbass performance but will also better integrate with your subwoofer


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