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#5514 - 23/02/2001 14:39 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: borislav]
phaigh
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Registered: 04/11/1999
Posts: 649
Loc: Reading, UK
Borislav,

Here are the pics of my TT with my old Mk1 - I thought that I'd taken some of the mk2, but I was wrong.

I'll take some more digi pics tomorrow (at a track day no less) and I'll put them up ASAP.

http://www.nailed.demon.co.uk

Cheers,

Paul.



Paul Haigh, Reg. 4120
(mk1) 6GB, Blue, 00254
(mk2) 12GB, Red, 00357
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#5515 - 23/02/2001 14:41 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: altman]
phaigh
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Registered: 04/11/1999
Posts: 649
Loc: Reading, UK
Hugo,

What's the noise from the system like? I never did get Dominic (& Pals) to fully get rid of the noise from the system.

The blue interior trim is interesting - did it come like that, or is it the film?

Cheers,

Paul.

Paul Haigh, Reg. 4120
(mk1) 6GB, Blue, 00254
(mk2) 12GB, Red, 00357
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#5516 - 23/02/2001 14:41 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: tfabris]
phaigh
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Registered: 04/11/1999
Posts: 649
Loc: Reading, UK
I'll take some tomorrow!

Paul Haigh, Reg. 4120
(mk1) 6GB, Blue, 00254
(mk2) 12GB, Red, 00357
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#5517 - 23/02/2001 20:02 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: phaigh]
borislav
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Registered: 30/04/2000
Posts: 420
Loc: Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Here are the pics of my TT with my old Mk1

Thanks! Looking forward to more. Can't get tired of looking at TT pictures!

Borislav


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#5518 - 24/02/2001 11:34 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: borislav]
phaigh
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Registered: 04/11/1999
Posts: 649
Loc: Reading, UK
Ask and thy shall receive:

http://www.nailed.demon.co.uk/Empeg Mk2

Enjoy.

Also some pics of my car from the track day at:

http://www.stevecarter.com/wroughton/240201.htm
or via
http://www.sadgit.net

Take a look!

Paul.

Paul Haigh, Reg. 4120
(mk1) 6GB, Blue, 00254
(mk2) 12GB, Red, 00357
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#5519 - 24/02/2001 11:49 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: phaigh]
tfabris
carpal tunnel

Registered: 20/12/1999
Posts: 31313
Loc: Seattle, WA
Hey, you gotta make sure to put a %20 in that URL link instead of a space. Some of us couldn't reach the site without it.

(Corrected link looks like this: http://www.nailed.demon.co.uk/Empeg%20Mk2/.)

Nice photos, by the way.

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#5520 - 24/02/2001 13:00 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: phaigh]
altman
carpal tunnel

Registered: 19/05/1999
Posts: 3454
Loc: Palo Alto, CA
Didn't hear any noise from that system.

My brother's install (with the kicker 405) was also noiseless, as far as I could tell.

The blue trim - yes, it came like that. It was the first one I'd sat inside, so I didn't think it was unusual! It was a silver one, the blue seemed to go well...

Hugo



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#5521 - 25/02/2001 02:53 Re: Audi TT Installation Questions [Re: phaigh]
borislav
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Registered: 30/04/2000
Posts: 420
Loc: Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Thanks again, those are excellent! I'll let you know if they do the trick.

Borislav


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#5522 - 08/03/2001 00:09 Re: *UPDATE* - Audi TT Installation [Re: rob]
giantPez
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Registered: 07/03/2001
Posts: 6
don't know if you got any pics of my TT at the california shindig on saturday. if not, i'd be glad to take some for you.

the TT coupe is hard to install stuff in since there isn't a lot of room behind panels. i had my (large) amp and subwoofer installed in the trunk in a removable housing (it's velcroed in place). the roadster is a bit easier since there's so little room for the passengers and trunk :) the subwoofer can go right behind the passengers in the center, and i think a good-sized amp can fit in one of the side panels in the back or in a trunk panel.

can't recommend the coupe enough as a listening environment. it tied for best Sound Quality at the event, so i'm not alone! [note obvious bragging]

-- doug


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#5523 - 08/03/2001 00:21 Re: *UPDATE* - Audi TT Installation [Re: giantPez]
tfabris
carpal tunnel

Registered: 20/12/1999
Posts: 31313
Loc: Seattle, WA
Welcome to the BBS, "GiantPez". That was a nifty car at the meet.

Your BBS handle earns my vote for the most interesting nickname prize.

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#5524 - 08/03/2001 15:09 Re: *UPDATE* - Audi TT Installation [Re: tfabris]
tanstaafl.
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Registered: 08/07/1999
Posts: 5407
Loc: Ajijic, Mexico
Your BBS handle earns my vote for the most interesting nickname prize.

Even better than "Fogduck"?

tanstaafl.

"There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch"
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#5525 - 08/03/2001 15:15 Re: *UPDATE* - Audi TT Installation [Re: tanstaafl.]
tfabris
carpal tunnel

Registered: 20/12/1999
Posts: 31313
Loc: Seattle, WA
Fogduck earns second place. It's funny (once you get the joke- for those who don't, here's a hint: pretend you're dyslexic), but GiantPez has the honor of making me scratch my head and wonder what it's all about while making me laugh at the same time.

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