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Topic # 199176 7-Aug-2016 16:20
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Our crappy subwoofer has just died, so I'm after a replacement subwoofer.

Ideally looking for something cheap around the $300 max mark?  Anything considered really, but needs an integrated amp.

Just wondering if anyone has one, in the Wellington - Whanganui region ideally.


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  Reply # 1605938 7-Aug-2016 16:20
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  Reply # 1606856 9-Aug-2016 11:17
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hi, i have another crappy sub if u want it. It is a sony sa-w10. 50$? Pick up from mount victoria. Thanks!


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  Reply # 1610428 12-Aug-2016 08:25
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hi, i have another crappy sub if u want it. It is a sony sa-w10. 50$? Pick up from mount victoria. Thanks!

Thanks for the offer but have decided to spend a bit more and may even go new.

Have seen this and will check a few stores forninstote demos units on clearance etc.

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  Reply # 1610979 12-Aug-2016 21:17
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  Reply # 1610982 12-Aug-2016 21:27
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Thanks. Funny that's almost exactly what we had and to be fair, for the size of the room (and volume levels required given we have kids now) it wasn't too bad.

I'm checking out some local stuff over the weekend but may come back to you. Not sure where to even buy subwoofers these days. Harvey Norman maybe. Not sure if smith city does anything like that. Noel's seems to be only as part of a speaker package deal.

With the aforementioned kids, good enough is the order of the day over quality now, as much as i'm surprised to hear myself say that.

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