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Re: The ICE Bible
« Reply #50 on: 24 November 2009, 20:27 »
Really really easy question here and i know im in the wrong thread sorry in advance, where is the best place to earth an amp on a mk4 golf gti ?

also how do  i create a new post :S

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Re: The ICE Bible
« Reply #51 on: 25 November 2009, 13:58 »
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Re: The ICE Bible
« Reply #52 on: 01 October 2010, 12:14 »
There is a whole other world of car audio outside of halfords.

www.Talkaudio.co.uk/vbb

the only bible you will ever need, trust me. There isn't one place in the world with more professionals, experts, uk/European/world champions on the Internet.
True but theres also so much BS and marketing crap spoken there since it was swomped with dealers and distributors in the past couple of years.

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Re: The ICE Bible
« Reply #53 on: 05 December 2010, 08:12 »
Power caps only keep the power constant for a short period of time. For example if you listen to music which long deep bass notes (at loud Volumes) you'll find your will lose clarity in the bass  due to the cap note being note being able to fill up quick enough.

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Re: The ICE Bible
« Reply #54 on: 19 June 2013, 12:23 »
Just having a read through this thread, and no one has mentioned doing the "big 3"?
Upgrading the original wiring in the engine bay.
I was a bit sceptical before I did it to mine, but It has eliminated the moment where your driving at night, turn you bass up a little too much and then you realise that your headlights are dimming with the bass.
Since doing mine, they are no longer affected.