Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Falp, Aug 30, 2005.
If there is, what's the difference?
Já que ninguém te responde, respondo eu a mandar um abraço....
Is there a REL Quake II?
I surely hope not...
So why many peolple and stores talk about Quake II?
Sorry Falp i was only Jokeing, i do not know if there is a Quake II check out there website to see if there is...
Isn't it a computer game
Yeah and a bloody good one!!!
There is possibly confusion over the REL Quake for a couple of reasons. Firstly REL used to sell a 10" - 50W sub into Europe which they called Quake, and secondly they ship a unit into the states which is similar to today's version of the Quake. In the states it's called the Q108 and can be found here http://www.sumikoaudio.net/rel/prod_q108e.htm
Or they may be bringing out a Quake II
Maybe this is the answer... The I (one)...
Yep, that's the Quake Dan Gleebles was talking about. The old Quake has been pretty popural where I live, so you find a lot of them secondhand. Some people are willing to pay like 200 quid for it. Never heard it though. The new Quake is always called Quake II of Quake mk2 here.
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