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rel quake or mj acoustics ref 100

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by state_of_denial, Dec 26, 2003.

  1. state_of_denial

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    current equipment

    sony dvd player NS705V
    Yamaha Amplifier AX630SE
    B&W 600s x 4
    B&W LCR60 x 1

    Needing new sub

    Been looking at MJ ref 100 and rel quake. My local sevenoaks have them the same price but not sure which is better, mj goes lower and has the extra 20 watts but the rel has the slam mode which is quite appealing. Room is 10ft by 15ft and not sure what kind of power output ill be wanting. seriously in need of advice. not particularly clued up about subs. any advice would be welcome. cheers.
     
  2. kevshed

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    why not ask to try them at home.. best way to see which sounds right in your particular environment. If they are a helpful branch, this should be possible. Failing that, just use their dem room and see which one gives you what you want.... unfortunatly speakers are subjective things, dont just but based on the specifications, they all sound different in a different room.

    Hope it helps..
    Kev
     
  3. chris l.

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    I running a pair of MJ REF 100's with a Mission setup (see signature) and very impressed with them in both movie and music modes (both connected to LFE and by Neutrik, one to main fronts and one to centre).

    Very easy to set up.

    Used in room circa 3m x 5m.

    Have no experience of Rel.

    Regards,

    Chris L.
     

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