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Advice on a sub required pls.

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tukky

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Hi,

I have a Yamaha rxv592rds which I am about to upgrade to either a Marantz sr5300 or a Yamaha rxv630.

I have a pair of mission 701's for fronts, 700's for Rears and a 70c2 for a centre.

The question is what is the best Sub to buy to go with the missions?

Do i have to buy a mission sub?

I dont have loads of room and cannot accomodate a large sub.

Any advice would be helpful

Cheers

Neil
 
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tukky

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my budget would be up to 300 but there are alot of subs around in this price bkt

Do you go for frequency response.
 

Ian J

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Originally posted by Tejpal
Everything depends on your budget...
Tonal matching of the main speakers is important but it doesn't matter with subwoofers and any make will do.

As a matter of interest, seeing as you have said that you don't have room for a large sub I would be interested to see what Tejpal would have recommended for a budget of £1,000 in accordance with his answer.

The MJ Acoustics Pro 50 would seem to be the best of the compact subs but a Velodyne is available in the same price range which will go deeper but is slightly larger.
 
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tukky

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Thanks for the help guys

Is the REL Quake out then?

Regards

neil
 

Ian J

Banned
IMHO the MJ 50 is a better sub than the Quake but as I said before there are even better subs for the money that are slightly larger.
 
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bob007

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The REL Quake has had a bit of a rough time in the reviews I have read, IMO I think you can get much better for the same money if not less.

If you are interested in the REL models then you also have a look at the forum classifieds from time to time, the odd one or two have popped up in the past weeks due to a few members upgrading to velodyne subs in the Power Buy Forums, could pick up a bargin. ;)

I'm sure you could squeeze a CHT-10 or even the CHT-15 in somewhere. :)
 
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tukky

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Thanks guys

Where can i get a breakdown of the velodynes - ie size performance etc
 

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