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Velodyne CHT-12 vs JBL E250P

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by SubDude, Jul 15, 2004.

  1. SubDude

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    I was interested in buying either the CHT-12 or the JBL E250P,
    however, I have read many good reviews about them both and I also find
    nothing bad said about either one. I have listened to the velodyne in
    a room proportional to mine, and listened to the JBL at Best Buy in
    their main show room. Could anyone please give me some more insight to
    which sub is better.

    Thanks
     
  2. Ian J

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    Hi SubDude and welcome to the forum. Unfortunately, there seem to be a large number of American subs that never see the light of day over here in the UK and I would guess that you would find difficulty finding anyone on this forum that had heard either the Velodyne or the JBL.
     
  3. Smurfin

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    Plenty of people here have heard the CHT-12 shirley? Though not a comparison as I'm guessing the JBL is a US sub.

    Subdude, might be worth asking that question over at www.avsforums.com

    :)
     
  4. Nobber22

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    I think Ian is right. The CHT-12 is a bit of a rare beast around here, isn't it? The Power Buys used to offer the CHT-10 and CHT-15, but I can't recall a 12?

    The JBL is definately one out of left-field for the UK listeners.
     

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