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I enjoyed reading all your posts it will help me educate better ha ha
 
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no I truly like everybody's posts especially when it gives me better insight into this hobby(obsession). sorry about my poor attempt at humor!
 
William Lemmerhirt

William Lemmerhirt

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no I truly like everybody's posts especially when it gives me better insight into this hobby(obsession). sorry about my poor attempt at humor!
My apologies. Too many years in the forums I guess lol. Many times when some is offered something different than what they already “know”, it becomes a pissing match. I appreciate the clarification. Now, read your post with a little bit of “yeah, ok” on it. That’s where my mind went. So, sorry.
It definitely is hard to translate humor over black and white!
 
Zedturbo

Zedturbo

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I am late to this Thread... But.. I was always told and read the REL is tops for a music system only, due to the way it blends and plays with two speakers. Now mind you this is Audio only. Not HT. This makes me want to buy the REL sub for my system. Currently I am running a single SVS sub when required. It was not the easiest to blend either.. I do run a ported Outlaw in my HT set up and its wonderful. It was not so good for my audio system.
I'm currently running both Rel HT/1508's and they've been fantastic for both music and movies. I had my friends HSU VTF-3 MK5 HP at the same time to have a true comparison between 1 Hsu and 1 Rel and I felt the Rel was more accurate and detailed. Don't get me wrong, the Hsu was incredible as well but I felt it got sloppy in the bid bass notes. Just my opinion...and 2 of my unbiased friends that I was doing a demo for. We all agreed on the Rel
 

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