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Another sub question...

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Frustin, Jul 30, 2001.

  1. Frustin

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    Hi,

    I have a set of the MR2's (fronts (again on the cheap)) and MX1's (rears) and a NHT VS-2 centre speaker (maybe not the best combo but it sounds ok to me plus i got the centre on the cheap).

    I have a 36" tosh TV 36ZP18P and a pioneer DVD 717 (again on the cheap). I am planning on getting the denon 3802 av-amp when it arrives in this country. And along with it i want a sub. As regards to the sub i may go a little higher in price if people could convince me.

    i have NO idea what to get for that money. I was thinking of the IPL DIY sub. If i bottle out of that what alternatives would people recommend?

    thanks ever so, for the help
    justin

    p.s i have been looking at the second user stuff but nothing has come up, not that i would know what was good and what wasnt.

    p.p.s i just noticed laservision are doing a rel Q150 for £400 + £20p&p. Is that good?

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  2. Frustin

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    thanks for the feedback. <img src="smile.gif" border="0">
     
  3. js

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    I read on this board that it is meant to be a good sub and i'm probably going to get one myself<br />when i have the £££(the Rel 150 that is). It is either that or the Vibe Alpha which is also £400, but before I make the decision I need to know about "slam". The Vibe is lacking in slam apparently according to HCC but I don't know how this will affect my viewing of films and listening to music.<br />It seems everyone that has bought the Rel 150 is very pleased with it especially as it normally retails for £500. <br />Do a search on it over the past 1-2 months and you'll find some opinions. Obviously the best thing you can do is demo it somewhere.

    James
     

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