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KEF PSW2000 250Watt amp ???????

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by SPYTHON, Oct 1, 2002.

  1. SPYTHON

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    I have just got my KEF KHT2005 setup in black, and very nice it looks too, but I have one query - I'm not sure if the SUB is a newer one with the uprated amp, the box says 150watts, and the instructions say 200watts, there is no indication on the sub itself, but the input power rating says 220watt amps - is there any way to tell, because I was sold the unit on the premise that it was one of the newer upgraded models.......

    if its not then they're getting it back.....:confused:
     
  2. bob007

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    If it has a serial number why not give Kef a ring/email, they should be able to confirm the specification of the sub.
     
  3. SPYTHON

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    phoned KEF and spoke to one of the engineers:

    if the sub has two round ports in the base then its a 150watt

    if the sub has one large letterbox shapped port then it is rated at 250watts



    :D
     
  4. Nobber22

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    More power to the Python!!!:devil: :)
     
  5. bob007

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    So I take it from the smiley at the bottom you have the 250w?
     
  6. SPYTHON

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    yep thats right.........

    also the KEF's in black are really nice, although they are very matt black the do seem far less obtrusive than in the silver
     
  7. rooo

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    What'e the sub like Spython, and what are you using with?

    I have the KEF Q15's all round, and in the next month, I will (at last!) be getting a sub to finish it all off.

    Wodering whether to stick with KEF for the sub, or go for a Velodyne/Yamaha/REL
     
  8. Ian J

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    rooo,

    I would go for one of the REL ST range or Velodyne from your list as they outclass the Yamaha and KEF subs quite easily.
     
  9. SPYTHON

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    yep listen to ian, I would love a REL, but my wife would go mental, I got no end of grief last night, when I put the centre egg on top of the TV...... the comment was:

    "Looks like a bl**dy egg from space i'm not watching the TV I'm just staring at that thing"

    So I might even get told to send them back - :( , its in negotaioation, I may be able to get away with taking the centre
    egg off its stand and make a black styrofoam nest for it to live on, so its not so bold
     
  10. rooo

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    Hmmm, I've been suspecting that. The Velodyne CHT10 and REL Q150 and Quake are still tops of my list. My budget is around £300-£350, which means the Velodyne Power buy is in my reach (if it is stil on in a months time), and maybe the REL's.

    Cheers guys.
     

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