where to buy a sub online?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by adox, Dec 3, 2002.

  1. adox

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    i want to buy a sub online, but need a site that will deliver to ireland.
    can anyone recommend any sites?


    thanks
     
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    Richer Sounds have branches in Ireland so they should deliver subs via their online shop..............in theory :rolleyes:
     
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    yeah, have looked at them, but they are quite expensive and have very limited choice.
    i have looked at some uk sites and they are alot cheaper, but still trying to find one that will deliver to ireland.even acccounting for carraige, i think i will get a better deal ordering from the uk.
     
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    Take a look in the powerbuy section.
    If you are interested in Velodyne i'm sure Uncle Eric will ship to Ireland. He said he could ship a HGS18 to me in Norway so i guess Ireland should'nt be a problem.
     
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    RS can rightfully be accused of many things but expensive is a first in my book, do the prices in their Dublin branch match the UK prices?

    The Servo 15 at £500 has to be one of the best bargains I've ever seen.................if you can get one :rolleyes:
     
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    priced the mission m70as sub @ rs dublin. 450 euro`s which is about £280 sterling, and the mission m7c2 is 260 euro`s, about £160 sterling.
    i have seen these on hifijunkies for £180 and £120.
    having said that, some of their stuff is cheap and have bought from them, but not as consistent with their prices as their english counterparts.
     

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