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Eltax or Paradigm?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Taq, May 11, 2001.

  1. Taq

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    Hi,

    I'm after a subwoofer for my Sherwood 6095 and have a budget of about £150

    I see Richer Sounds do either the Eltax A10 or the Paradigm PDR-10 for about that cost. Does anyone have any experiences or recommendations for either sub ot indeed, a completely different one?

    Cheers,
    Ed

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  2. russraff

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    Don't know about the PDR-10, but for an extra £50, you could get the Paradigm PS1000. The PS1000 performs well above it's price, and though not perfect (I wouldn't use it for music listening), was considerably better than the Eltax competition.

    Russell

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    I had an eltax sub for all of 2 days, i returned because it kept cutting out.
    I got the paradigm pdr10 as a replacement, this is a great sub for the price, i recently replaced the big plastic feet on the bottom for spikes and it gives it a much better sound :D
     
  4. Nic Rhodes

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    Good advice, at the current RS price this is a stunning deal, only problem is you have to deal with Richer sounds.

    In fact at this price, why not two?
     

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