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Hello, I recently bought TATA Tiago around 2 months back and installed a music system in it. I used a normal android stereo with 4 JBL coaxial speakers on each door. I am not getting good sound quality from it. At high volumes speakers sound extremely mushy and vocals aren't clear at all. Even the normal bass which these speakers are able to produce is also not clear at all. Now I am in confusion what to do? Actually I can spend a maximum of Rs. 6000 and I have 2 options with me: 1.) Go with a normal(button type) Sony/Pioneer single/double din stereo 2.) Use an external amplifier of either Sony/Pioneer/JBL with my 4 coaxial speakers Different Shopkeepers in my area are suggesting different things like : someone is saying go for 4-channel amplifier, someone is saying only 2-channel amplifier can do your job etc. Please suggest me what to do? PS. Speakers model : JBL A352HI, 47W RMS and 350W Peak
Hi Friends, Mobility is what would define computing in the coming times. The software and applications which we use would not only significantly make our lives easy but would also keep us connected to our dear ones at all times. I thought of creating a thread where all fellow enthusiasts can share details of various applications available for Android, Windows, and iOS which are related to automobiles. Since I am an Android user, below are some of the applications available on Play Store that I have used and found to be pretty useful: Navier HUD (Free Version) – Ever thought of having a similar windscreen projection system as the more expensive BMWs and the likes? Well, this application does exactly the same; it projects the speed and syncs with Google Maps on your Android phone to project the navigation on to your windscreen. All you need to do is enter your destination and place your cellphone on the dashbard and the voila, its done. It is one of the snazziest and useful apps I have ever used. Highly rated and recommended to add some jazz to your drive. Google Maps – Don’t think this app really needs an introduction. Very accurate and reliable. Additions to this thread would be highly appreciated. Cheers!