Used PS1000 or new Kef PSW2000?


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Hey all

As the title suggests, which is likely to be better? Or is it a much of a muchness at this level? I'd also consider the Tannoy mxSub




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Sam - Not the answer to your question but FWIW I recently changed from a PSW2000 to a REL Quake - If you can afford the REL I'd highly recommend it - totally different quality level IMHO ... Paul ;)
PS I'm using the sub with 6 x Kef "Eggs"
A PS-1000 will absolutely blow you away.

I prefer mine to every sub I've experimented with, including my REL Strata III.

The output is absolutely huge, it goes very low and has great control. Quite big but that's a small price to pay. From what I've heard about the KEF it'll blow it away.

Never heard a bad word about the Paradigm :)


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I'd second the Quake too, I used to have the KEF PSW2000 and found a big step up of performance with the Quake, much deeper sound.

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