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£1500 to spend.

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Virgin Fairy, Mar 21, 2003.

  1. Virgin Fairy

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    Rather a stroke of luck. I have walked into around £1500 to spend and was thinking of a new subwoofer as my current Yamaha YST160 has seen better days. Obviously I don´t have to spend all of this on a subwoofer and would also like to blow a chunk on new dvds (boxsets ahoy!).

    Suggestions welcomed.:)
     
  2. groundy

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    You could make a small donation to a charity of your choice :).
     
  3. ReTrO

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  4. dunkyboy

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    For £1500 you could buy yourself a CHT-15, buy ME one too, and STILL have plenty left over for DVDs! Sounds like a plan!

    I'll PM you my details shortly. :D

    Dunc
     
  5. Sunday Ironfoot

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    HOLY S&%T...I plan to do lots more walking from now on....:smashin:
     
  6. MuFu

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    What is your other kit?

    If you have £1500 to spend on sub-bass alone then perhaps a pair of SPL-800s is in order. :cool:

    MuFu.
     

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