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Two PDR10s or one Rel Q200e?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Gary Lightfoot, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. Gary Lightfoot

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    Hi all,

    I was wondering what two Paradigm PDR10s would sound like in a room 11.5ft wide by 17ft long compared to the single Rel Q200e I'm currently using.

    I have both - the Rel in my loft cinema room, and the PDR10 in the lounge. I've compared them both and the Rel doesn'ts seem much better for movies, so if I was considering adding a sub, another PDR10 woule be considerably cheaper.

    Any comments appreciated.

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    Bumperoonie...
     
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    Hi Gary
    If you thought that the Q200e was only a little better than your PDR10, then why not upgrade the loft Sub instead of adding a second
    PDR10 to PS1000 was a big improvement

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    Good point. :)

    PS1000s aren't to expensive, so I'll keep my eye out for a second hand one on the forum. Think it'll be as good as 2 PDR10s, or better than the Rel? Sounds likely - for movies anyway...

    Cheers.

    Gary.
     

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