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REL Strata III vs Paradigm PS1000 (in terms of output)

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by BenPremium, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. BenPremium

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    Hi guys
    I've currently got a Paradigm PS-1000 and love it - I'm just after something with a bit more depth though. I've got the option to buy a Strata III and was impressed by the depth it claims to have. Just wondering what the output is like though? I really like cranking the Paradigm and shaking the walls and don't really want to sacrifice it. Any thoughts on the REL's power?

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    I used to had a PS1000 and a Rel Storm MK1 in the same room for a short while. They were pretty evenly matched in terms of output but the Rel went lower and was tighter sounding. In terms of making a big noise the paradigm could rattle the windows just a bit more. I've now got a Servo 15 which doesn't come across as 'noisy' at all because the response is so flat and distortion free.
     

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