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SOLD: FS: Rel T5 Subwoofer

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Item:  Rel T5 sub
Location: ACT
Price: $475 + post
Item Condition: Very good, some light scuffing very hard to keep these piano black ones perfect but it's still pretty good.
Reason for selling: No longer required my Spendors put out enough bass for me, toyed with the home theatre idea but no more..
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: Nice sub for music and movies works fine I haven't had any issues with it.

 

Includes: power cable and 2x high level cables one 6m and a 3m one Rel recommend as the preferred way to connect the sub.

No original packaging but I can post it safely if required got plenty of bubble wrap and boxes.
 
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Potentially iterested in 1 of the speakon cables if any prospective buyer for the sub only needs 1.

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Hi guys

 

Thanks for all your offers the sub is effectively sold being picked Tuesday afternoon.

 

Cheers

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20 hours ago, spamnoj said:

Potentially iterested in 1 of the speakon cables if any prospective buyer for the sub only needs 1.

WWW.SWAMP.NET.AU

Constructed with thick 2-core speaker cable utilising OFC copper. Each conductor is 13AWG (2.5mm2) and has individual insulation. Both are encased in a tough outer PVC jacket.

 

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2 hours ago, BATMAQN said:
WWW.SWAMP.NET.AU

Constructed with thick 2-core speaker cable utilising OFC copper. Each conductor is 13AWG (2.5mm2) and has individual insulation. Both are encased in a tough outer PVC jacket.

 

Do you just cut the connector off one end to get to the bare wire connections? 

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1 minute ago, spamnoj said:

Do you just cut the connector off one end to get to the bare wire connections? 

Yes mate very easy.

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