Motorcycle and Scooter Fail Compilation *NEW*
Motorcycle and Scooter Fail Compilation *NEW* - Enjoy the Video
Please drive carefully.
Please note that no one was seriously injured.
All crashes in this video are non-fatal.Take this video as a learning tool.
This video is only for educational purposes. Be careful on the road. Drive
safely and keep yourself and others safe.
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Custom scooters @ Osaka Japan 2011 part 2
A group of custom build scooters we came across on in Osaka city Japan in
2011. I think these are build by gotty customs. The police where there
because they where parked illegaly.
JBL GTO-501EZ Mono Amplifier vs. SMD Distortion Detector DD-1 (Results / opinion)
visit: http://www.wcCarAudio.com for the DD-1...The amp was purchased at
http://www.SonicElectronix.com (Search JBL GTO 501 EZ)
Over all, for a 500 watt amp, it seemed like a good product. I think gain
setting technology in the new EZ series amps is close, but could be better.
Without knowing where the deck distorts, everything else you are doing
just does not matter. The ONLY reason this was close was because the
Kenwood deck used is fairly clean all the way to the top. Had i used a
deck that distorted at say 20/35, the gap would have been much larger.
Either way, this is a good way for a beginner to at least set the gains
responsibly (aka NOT all the way up). Gains are NOT volume knobs so they
should always be matched to the deck perfectly or you are almost certainly
going to amplify a distorted signal.
Again, this is not a diss on JBL, i am a long time fan. It is just an
honest observation. Even if you use an O-scope and NOT a dd-1, you STILL
need to know where the deck distorts......that is priority number one.
That is the main problem i have with this new technology. Other then that
it seemed like a really nice little amp, especially for the price.
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Kymco Super 9: GAS Scooter Stereosystem [HD]
My Kymco Super 9 L/C 2008 with 2 GAS 6x9" and GAS Amplifier.
I just completed the project of building a stereosystem on my scooter.
I used 2 GAS 6x9" speakers [Max 240W] combined with a GAS ALPHA Amplifier
on 400W maximum driven by a iPod Touch. The speakers barely fitted, there
was not much space left hehe. The project turned out great and the sound
quality is really good.
Neonlights and strobelights are coming soon.
Thanks to Mattias Eggers for all the help!
If you got any questions please comment or message me!
Please give me feedback, :)