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sub for monitor audio radius

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by 123orth, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. 123orth

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    having just bought monitor audio radius r270,r225,r90,need help in choosing a sub
    may be at cost of repetition,please excuse BUT WHICH ONE TO BUY IN BLACK
    MA MK 1 for 199
    MA 360 MK 2 350
    MJ REF 100 FOR 350
    thanks in advance
    also putting help for cables for same package
     
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    I'm sure a lot of people will say MJ ref, but i'd include the XLS200 in that as well, far superior to the MA360.
     
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    123orth - there is another very good thread on XLS200 - can't remember link so you'd have to search for it.

    Have you looked at REL Quake and REL stampede as these come in black and have got good reviews.

    How do you find your speakers, where did you buy your them and how much (if you don't mind me asking) as I'm close to buying myself? - well I was until I started reading all the threads 4 weeks ago :zonked:
     
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    I've got the same Radius set up and have ordered the REL Stampede after auditioning against the MJ Acoustics - REL is definitely a cut above - more punch - but the best thing is to trust you ears and go and audition
     

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