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  1. A pretty common problem. They give you a better price and bait you with an estimated delivery date, usually 3-4 weeks. And funny enough, come that date, the delivery doesnt happen, call the store, and they say its a warehouse delivery issue and will follow up. And then you call back a few days later, no movement and you threaten to cancel etc and meanwhile the item was in-route from the manufacturer overseas all along. And they take off $50 for your troubles... These days i call up the stores, if they have it in stock, will come down and collect it, rather than hunt down for the bes
  2. Get your orders in now! Once Bill is allowed out after quarantine, your cables will be shipped out by the bucket load!!!
  3. Agreed. I dont have the space to place them at the side (open room) or rear (windows) so stacking them up is the only option. I have a dedicated room under the house that can be converted into a HT room, but need time and funds to reno it...a project in a few years down the track.
  4. @lebowski Add another sub...makes a whole lotta difference in balancing the soundstage.. it really opens it up. Im thinking of adding another 2 rel ht1003s and stack them for more output...not that they're lacking in any way..just love that vertical stacked sub look
  5. Yep..i just purchased 2 Rel HT1003's for HT use only with my ambeo soundbar. On paper the 300w class d doesnt seem like much but boy was i proven wrong. Gain set at 9 o'clock and crossover set to 60hz, in my medium sized room - 3000 cubic foot, they pressurize the room easily. They have a lot of control, punch, and speed, they bass doesnt linger on and blends in seamlessly. The ambeo has a fixed crossover at 80hz, but i feel in my room the best response was crossed at 60hz. I demo'd the sb1000 pair, and they definately go deeper than the Rel 1003, but they dont hit as hard in the midbas
  6. I have bought 2 HT1003s and absolutely love them. I have heard the SB1000 previously and they're 'same same but different'. The svs goes lower get more depth, but the HT1003s hit harder in the midbass 50-80hz range. You wont go wrong with both but note the differences that you may prefer.
  7. One on classifieds, but not within price range.
  8. Hey Jol, I am going off memory here when a friend of mine had an older Rel from 10 years ago. Good back then, but i think the newer T series are a step up. I myself own 2 Rel HT1003s now for HT use and these punch hard in the midbass (80-40hz) but naturally roll off around 30hz realistically. That suits me fine as im not interested in the room shaking etc with subs that go really low in the teens.
  9. Item: MiniDSP 2x4 HD Price Range: cheap cheap but fair Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Looking for one to do room correction for my subs. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  10. Item: Rel HT1003 pair Price Range: Offer Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Looking for a pair to augment bass for my HT system. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  11. Try 'I can see clearly now' by Holly Cole Trio.. sibilance unfortunately was recorded because of the close micing used at the time of studio recording..
  12. Item: Rel T-9i subwoofer Price Range: Offer Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Looking to get a used one...preferbly in Melb for pickup. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
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