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Subwoofers: MJ Acoustics Pro 50 MkII or B&W ASW610

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying, Setup & General Help' started by rs19801, May 13, 2012.

  1. rs19801

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    Hi guys,

    MJ Acoustics Pro 50 MkII are affordable for me (£295), whereas B&W ASW610 are more the I wanted to spend (£499). However after reading reviews about them, I'm considering to spend the extra money.

    I read that MJ Acoustics Pro 50 MkII can be connected to both subwoofer & front speakers output. This augments the bass passed to front speakers, this should be expecially good for use with modest front speakers. I will have small speakers in front so this could be an advantage for me.

    Please help. I don't know what to buy. Is it worth paying extra £200 for B&W?

    Thank you in advance

    Links:
    MJ Acoustics. PRO 55 MkI
    Experience the B&W ASW610 - Bowers & Wilkins | B&W Speakers
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    What about the BK XLS200?

    XLS200. Probably better value than either of them. The subwoofers forum is your best bet.
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    Starts with 17 Hz, looks good! Besides I've just seen very good opinions on the forums.

    Thanks mate!

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