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SOLD: FS: Rel HT/1205 12" 500 watt rms subwoofer.

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Item Condition: AS NEW
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Bellevue
State: WA
Payment Method: PayPal, EFT, Cash on Pick up.
Reason for selling: No longer required. Changing set up.

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Selling my Rel ht 1205 subwoofer which was part of my media/pc gaming sound system which was used in conjunction with a pair of Kanto yu6 speakers, however those Kanto's have been sold as I have to downgrade my media set-up due to space reasons in my media room, which is why I'm selling this subwoofer that I only bought just under 2 months ago (I have the reciept). The HT/1205 is an excellent subwoofer giving out clean tight fast bass for music and very good LFE for gaming and even movies dishing out some thundering bass without distortion. It comes with the rubber feet, guides and safety information, power cord, grille and original packaging. 



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2 minutes ago, Evo4.2degrees said:

Out of interest how are these for music compared to say sealed SVS or others. I know Rel have the other range specifically for music.

The Rel 1205 compared to the sb-2000 which I had was slightly better for music than the SVS, it was just a touch more musical.

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Oh really, that's interesting.  Another one added to the list then as I had dismissed them due to being advertised as home theatre subs.


I think I'm a bit more confused now.  I thought they would be boomy and lacking punch/speed. But maybe a bang for buck option!

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