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Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

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Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby abeymech » 08 Sep 2016, 20:28

Does this modification void any related warranty? N how much did it cost? Any professional needed to change or a normal accessories shop guy can do it?

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Re: RE: Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby catchmedinesh » 20 Sep 2016, 03:13

abeymech wrote:Does this modification void any related warranty? N how much did it cost? Any professional needed to change or a normal accessories shop guy can do it?

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Yes abey it would void ur waranty.. you could also have it done if u know d procedures of installation.

As per the cost it costed me around 14 to 15k oly fr speakers


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Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby imventurer » 21 Sep 2016, 18:26

Kindly confirm:
As long as we're not cutting the cables or tampering with the wires, while only using couplers to change the stock speakers, how is the warranty going to get affected?

Also, does replacing wheels with different design but same dimension affect the warranty?

Please provide reasoning/precedents as well.
Thanks
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imventurer

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Re: RE: Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby catchmedinesh » 21 Sep 2016, 18:30

imventurer wrote:Kindly confirm:
As long as we're not cutting the cables or tampering with the wires, while only using couplers to change the stock speakers, how is the warranty going to get affected?

Also, does replacing wheels with different design but same dimension affect the warranty?

Please provide reasoning/precedents as well.
Thanks

When u r installing the components u would definitely ve the wires cut and a small changes would be made.. thus it would unless and until u inform the SA of they see it, it would be fine.
As per the alloys am not sure.

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Re: RE: Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby imventurer » 21 Sep 2016, 19:23

catchmedinesh wrote:
imventurer wrote:Kindly confirm:
As long as we're not cutting the cables or tampering with the wires, while only using couplers to change the stock speakers, how is the warranty going to get affected?

Also, does replacing wheels with different design but same dimension affect the warranty?

Please provide reasoning/precedents as well.
Thanks

When u r installing the components u would definitely ve the wires cut and a small changes would be made.. thus it would unless and until u inform the SA of they see it, it would be fine.
As per the alloys am not sure.

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Thanks.
No existing wire was cut when I installed Hertz Component speakers. Coupler to Coupler attachments were made.
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imventurer

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Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby vincentds » 29 Sep 2016, 13:43

Hi,

I have replaced the back speakers with JBL speakers. Just removed the back speakers and attached new speakers inserting new screws.

I hope after this, "MIC" is not working properly if I use my phone with Bluetooth.

Anyone have this issue?

Thanks,
Vincent

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Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby Sharadkt » 29 Sep 2016, 15:16

vincentds wrote:Hi,

I have replaced the back speakers with JBL speakers. Just removed the back speakers and attached new speakers inserting new screws.

I hope after this, "MIC" is not working properly if I use my phone with Bluetooth.

Anyone have this issue?

Thanks,
Vincent


May be nothing to do with speakers but Bluetooth mic got loose connection or went bad? Do check with MASS and don't tell them about speaker change.

Regards,
Sharad

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Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby vincentds » 30 Sep 2016, 14:38

Thanks Sharad. That's good suggestion. any way first service under way.

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Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby sampathkumar » 05 Oct 2016, 15:15

Which audio system can replace with tuv infotainment system.

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Re: Changed Stock Speakers of My TUV 300 AMT

Postby Sharadkt » 06 Oct 2016, 12:03

sampathkumar wrote:Which audio system can replace with tuv infotainment system.

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Blaupunkt San Diego 530 is good.

https://www.flipkart.com/blaupunkt-san- ... 063231%3As


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