Disappointed with in-ceiling. Need to fix. Help please.

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  1. autotim

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    My kitchen is about 42sqm. I bought 2 x Speakcraft CRS7 and 1 x DT7 to fill the space. The volume from the speakers is pretty good but the bass is RUBBISH. I am going to add a sub-woofer to address the problem. I don't want to go in-ceiling but I would like the sub-woofer to be relatively unobtrusive. any ideas? Budget: £200-300. White preferably. Thanks
     
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    Speakercraft do in wall sub-woofers but the cheapest of them is above your budget ....

    http://www.onidserv.com/speakercraft/product/65/SpeakerCraft-BassX-W10-In-Wall-Sub-Woofer

    In your situation I think that I'd go for a conventional, but compact, sub and then mount it in an freestanding Ikea kitchen trolley or in one of your existing kitchen units ....well people go in for fitted wine racks and so why not a fitted woofer rack ? :D

    Maybe this as a Sub ...

    XLS200

    They do it in silver but for a modest premium they will veneer one of their subs in just about any finish and so white shouldn't be a problem.


    Arnold.
     
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