can you get me the contact number and address of vijay sales??
When I contacted Mission dealer at Chennai, for M33i, though the Pricelist mentions 17500/- , he was willing to offer at Rs.14,500/-. The price may be MRP including all tax and Maybe they want to push the old stock. Any way I am yet to audition it, and then will decide between WH 9.2 and M33i.
Did you try to check with Vijay Sales if they are ready to ship it? ask them shipping rates? Then you could go for the m34i at 18.7 or 33i at 12.3. No harm checking.
I have just called them and they said they would get back to me with the process. So will update you once they let me know. Should be in a few hrs today. I assume you have decided on it.
Ok, done, they will deliver, but the prices have changed by rs.90 for 33i . It was 12,300/- now its 12430/- and m34i has changed from 18700/- to 18000/-. I dont know why. They will charge you Rs.10 per kg, so thats a total of Rs.200 extra, since its 20kgs. But they say, since they are shipping from here, you will have to pay octroi as applicable. No they dont know how it is. So you will have to find that out.
I have got all this info from Robert 9930191823 landline 022-24216014. Tell him Jeetendra had spoken to you about this.
thanks just looking for this info. for a 2 Ch set up is it better to go with 33i + sub or 34i alone
for a pure 2 ch setup, its best to have either 33i or 34i alone, 34i will give you a higher bass punch for sure, since it has a woofer too. A sub will kill the purity of a two channel setup. U can put if you want, but the purists do not recommend it if you have another option.
Finally in the end frankly its your choice. Its most imp to buy the kind of sound you like. If you like thump, then, dont kill your liking just because its not what the purists do. Just ensure the electronics match up.
recently i have auditioned a 2.1 nakamichi compact music system (65K),audiophile grade. SQ is pretty good and power is 10w/Ch with a active sub thrown in. then onwards i am just thinking of this 2.1 Ch. may be its better idea of covering the audio freq range. but anyway thanks for the info
What model? 10w p ch. is too less - chances are you will want to swap it a few years down the line for a bigger setup... 30w per ch is good for a lifetime.