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#163704 - 2012-03-29 14:44 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Jlowdo]
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Watch out. Apparently mud on these things voids the warranty wink


Meridian owner since 1992
DSP5000 96/24, MC200, Prime & PSU, Focal Elear, Explorer 1 & 2, F80, 200/203 and various Sonos.
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#163708 - 2012-03-29 15:04 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Ian]
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I sense a bitter Land Rover experience Ian. I hope they prove you wrong, at least we'll look cool waiting for the AA to turn up.


Setup: not much anymore, really. but things might change
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#163713 - 2012-03-29 15:23 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Jlowdo]
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Originally Posted By: Jlowdo
I went panoramic roof (plus titanium alloys).
I still think the regular ICE will handle anything the iPhone throws at it.

You can always retrofit an M80 later...


Sooloos, Roon, G series (with LPS upgrade), 800 series (with LPS upgrade), HD621, AC200, Prime and PS, DSPs old and new.

Purdeys, Moke, Leica, 'Blad. Only the best.
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#163714 - 2012-03-29 15:27 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: dpstjp]
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Already in the pipeline for those 'weekend trips'.


Setup: not much anymore, really. but things might change
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#163716 - 2012-03-29 15:38 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Jlowdo]
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I am not sure what the systems are on the Evoque, but the dealer played me the M system and it was very, very good. Even moving it sounded great.

He then played me the other system, there must be three as he said it was the upgraded system between the basic system and the Meridian.
It sounded OK, but nothing more than OK.

Meridian system will be a joy every day, a panoramic roof is a pain in the arse.
I have had two now on various cars, both ended up with squeaks and both used to fry you on sunny days. They are alright on cloudy days and do let more light into the cabin but just buy a lighter interior.

I had the one on our 535d sport touring replaced after 25k miles, and then it started squeaking again at 40k miles and they replaced the seals.

I wouldn't buy a car with one again.



No Darling, I've had it months!
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#163717 - 2012-03-29 15:39 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Jlowdo]
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Originally Posted By: Jlowdo
I went panoramic roof (plus titanium alloys).

I need some new DSP's at home anyway, funds better spent that way I think.

I still think the regular ICE will handle anything the iPhone throws at it.


Oops!! Missed the second page, sorry!

Meridian sounded crap, a pano roof on the other hand is a must have. blush


No Darling, I've had it months!
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#163733 - 2012-03-29 23:53 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: gIzzE]
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Originally Posted By: gIzzE
Originally Posted By: Jlowdo
I went panoramic roof (plus titanium alloys).
I need some new DSP's at home anyway, funds better spent that way I think.
I still think the regular ICE will handle anything the iPhone throws at it.

Oops!! Missed the second page, sorry!
Meridian sounded crap, a pano roof on the other hand is a must have. blush



Good save!!


Thanks, Edd
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#163772 - 2012-03-30 09:00 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Jlowdo]
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Originally Posted By: Jlowdo
We actually live up a 300 metre dirt track, so looked at options.

Did a Subaru Outback Diesel not enter the thinking at any point?


Mark
G68, baby Genelecs, Humax Foxsat, Oppo+Vanity93, Toshiba HD-A35, Pioneer CLD-925 + Meridian 519, various other random bits and bobs
Got a black G08.2 you want to sell?
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#163774 - 2012-03-30 09:12 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Mudge]
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I'm thinking about one of these for the Autumn...

http://www.bmw.co.uk/bmwuk/index/E70-X5MP/?requestSource=topnav

What do you think? A bit gutless? grin grin


Malcolm
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#163799 - 2012-03-30 13:55 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: gIzzE]
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Originally Posted By: gIzzE
Originally Posted By: Jlowdo
I went panoramic roof (plus titanium alloys).

I need some new DSP's at home anyway, funds better spent that way I think.

I still think the regular ICE will handle anything the iPhone throws at it.


Oops!! Missed the second page, sorry!

Meridian sounded crap, a pano roof on the other hand is a must have. blush


smile.... does have electric retractable leather cover though, so we don't have to have it open wink


Setup: not much anymore, really. but things might change
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#163800 - 2012-03-30 13:57 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: Mudge]
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Originally Posted By: Mudge
Originally Posted By: Jlowdo
We actually live up a 300 metre dirt track, so looked at options.

Did a Subaru Outback Diesel not enter the thinking at any point?



If I wanted a divorce, maybe.


Setup: not much anymore, really. but things might change
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#163803 - 2012-03-30 14:17 Re: To Max the Evoque or not [Re: MalcolmW]
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Originally Posted By: MalcolmW
I'm thinking about one of these for the Autumn...

http://www.bmw.co.uk/bmwuk/index/E70-X5MP/?requestSource=topnav

What do you think? A bit gutless? grin grin


Now the X6 is available as a 5 seater, I would have to have this bad boy....

Completely pointless which is the point - the new X6 M



No Darling, I've had it months!
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