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Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by mickey, Sep 6, 2005.

  1. mickey

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    Hi guys, damaged my rel sub falling off a ladder and have been told it cant be repaired too old (qbass) and have been told to look around by my insurance company for an equivelant replacement , would it have to be a rel or any make as long as the value is round about the same. what about a monolith or a kef sub all my speakers are kef .2s. any advice welcome. cheers Mike
     
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    Need more info,what size room,how loud do you want to go,is waf important,what are you looking to spend,Monolith about £430 delivered so is this the sort of budget you have in mind.
     
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    hi , room 5x4 metres I would imagine cost would be about £400 -£500 doest have to go too loud but even at reasonable volumes i still like to feel the bass in my stomach rather than just hear it. kef 3500 looks waf but monolith looks mean :devil: . cheers Mike
     

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