Suggestions for car speaker range name

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by @android, May 7, 2012.

  1. @android

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    Hey guys! We are launching new car speaker range divided into three sections low, mid & high end. I need your suggestions for the name of each section.
    LOW END----?
    MID---------?
    HIGH END---?
    I was thinking 'Clarity', 'Pleasure', 'Explode' respectively. What do you say?? Expecting infinite suggestions :p
     
  2. @android

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    Nobody yet??????????????????
     
  3. mcgyvr

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    Sony already uses Explode (Xplod exactly) in its low quality car stereo speaker/tuner line.
     
  4. @android

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    Then how about 'INCREDIBLE'.
    I expect other names from your side
     
  5. #12

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    Most electronics geeks aren't very good with "Marketing". Maybe that's why you aren't getting answers. Besides, most of us are American or British and haven't a clue as to what would create a positive image in India.
     
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  6. R!f@@

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    get kenwood.

    {ed}
    Crap ! I blew it again...

    Names huh !..how about, Boom, Yippeee, tweet.
     
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  7. mcgyvr

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    Not to mention people get paid big bucks for providing this kind of information to companies..
    @android.. Is there any compensation $$ for providing name that you will use :)
     
  8. strantor

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  9. #12

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    You can use, "Cow Quality" if you send me 1% of the gross sales.
     
  10. BSomer

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    little fry
    meh
    master blaster
     
  11. Audioguru

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    Maybe the company in India is planning to sell the Cheap, Ordinary and Expensive car speakers in the West. Good luck!

    I can't think of anything that is made in India that is successfully sold in the West.
     
  12. R!f@@

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    Spongbob ! or Larry.!!

    OP thinks he can do better than Kenwood or sony speakers.

    U are way over ur head pal.

    I think he is getting em good ones and re-branding them.
     
  13. Audioguru

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    My Chevy Cobalt came with an upgraded Pioneer sound system. It has two nice tweeters in front, the door speakers sound good, the 6x9 rear speakers are 2 ohms each and the 10" subwoofer in the trunk goes down very low. The total power is 228W if I remember correctly. Its FM radio is very sensitive and has low distortion. The system plays CDs and MP3s.
    Every day I am pleased that I upgraded to this system.
     
  14. @android

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    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ :eek: NOPE!!
    I.m not that lucky dude. Its just suggestions they want. What will go on the actual field....absolutely no clue. No money. Nothing. I thought it'll good idea to share some ideas. I have few names on my mind. Thought you guys might come up with something more good. SO WAITING!! :D
     
  15. @android

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    India, America, London...anything can be sold anywhere you just need to wrap it into an attractive package. So don't be bothered about Indian market. Share whatever you have. :p You are welcome!:)
     
  16. @android

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    Not at all we have no plan to intervene the western market because we don't have to...heard of BOSTON ACOUSTICS??? :cool:
     
  17. P-MONKE

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    I think these would make great names for prophylactics... :D
     
  18. Audioguru

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    On another thread they were called comdons.:D
     
  19. R!f@@

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    hahahaa! good one.!

    I have another name..
    Inky
    Pinky
    Polly............:eek:
     
  20. Audioguru

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    Wait a minute!
    My oldest dog is called Polly, not Comdon. I worked with Polycom full duplex speakerphones when they were new.
    My youngest dog is called Loli (lolita or lollipop).
     
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