REL Quake

astonbilla

Active Member
This got 5 stars in Home Entertainment!!! WTF!
 

astonbilla

Active Member
do those guys get paid to say that stuff?
 

common

Active Member
Give them a break guys - it's a £350 sub that does a pretty good job, it's built well, has good levels of connectivity (low level, high level and PC) and goes very low for it's size. If set up with care and bolstered with a few paving slabs it sounds good.
 

Guest
Better put some of those slabs on yer head matey. that fires been raging a long time :eek: :D :D :D
 

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astonbilla

I've tested the Quake.

I was going to buy the Magazine until I read the Rel Review, I thought if that's what they think, then all their reviews cant be reliable.
 

Nic Rhodes

Well-known Member
Originally posted by common
it's a £350 sub that does a pretty good job, it's built well, has good levels of connectivity (low level, high level and PC) and goes very low for it's size. If set up with care and bolstered with a few paving slabs it sounds good.
but how does it sound? For £350 there are many better options around me thinks
 
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Grimley

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Originally posted by astonbilla
This got 5 stars in Home Entertainment!!! WTF!
Yeah? And?

I bought the MJA pro 50 sub mainly on the comments of other forum members, & I heard demos of both recently - no contest.
Pro 50 sounded better. The fact WHF gave it best buy under £300- in its sub category in its 2002 awards issue was just a bonus.
 

astonbilla

Active Member
indeed
 
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Grimley

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I can understand that, after all one man's meat is another man's poison (no offence ladies)

There must be some MJA pro 50 haters out there, somewhere......

But I'm not one of them! :D At least until another forum member gives me a demo of their Velodyne sub to prove me wrong! ;)

Anyone?
 
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bob007

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Originally posted by Grimley


But I'm not one of them! :D At least until another forum member gives me a demo of their Velodyne sub to prove me wrong! ;)

Anyone?
The kettles on, bring some tissues with you for when your ears bleed. :eek:
 

astonbilla

Active Member
MJA pro 50 ??

i've never heard of this?

am i mental?
 

Ian J

Banned
Originally posted by astonbilla
am i mental?
Questions like this are normally asked in General Chat. Why not pop over and we can have a serious debate on the issue. :D
 
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Grimley

Guest
Originally posted by bob007
The kettles on, bring some tissues with you for when your ears bleed. :eek:
I am going to be travelling up your way next week, however, it might be a tad hard to convince a coach driver & 50 passengers to travel to Scotland via Wakefield. If I do, I hope your Kettle is a Baby Burco or catering size!!!:D
 
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bob007

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Originally posted by Grimley
I am going to be travelling up your way next week, however, it might be a tad hard to convince a coach driver & 50 passengers to travel to Scotland via Wakefield. If I do, I hope your Kettle is a Baby Burco or catering size!!!:D
Tea and biscuits for 50 + the driver no problem, the problem would be once they've all heard the CHT15 would Uncle Eric be able to cope with an order for 51 CHT15's. :eek:
 
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Grimley

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Oh, I forgot, over 95% of the passengers on the coach will probably have no idea what what home cinema or a DVD is, let alone a subwoofer! They spend most of their time travelling on Coach holidays - catch my drift on what type of people they are?

I'm only going cos' it's a cheap holiday & I'm finally going to get the time (28 hours there & back on the coach) to read most of LOTR, something i've been meaning to do for years! :)

I think the coach driver may be interested though, the sub may be something to spend all his backhanders that he makes during the holiday on!:D
 

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