JBL e250p or Dayton Subwoofer?

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  1. Desmond

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    I think I am going to get the e100's, ec25, e10's all in the JBL Northridge family.

    Is it better to get a sub that matches it ( e250p ) in the family, or something else that is similarly priced ( Dayton 10" Titanic ).

    I found the JBL one for 249, and the Dayton for 349.

    Thanks, Desmond
     
  2. ShawnKubik

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    I just got a E250P from deal-stop for 230.49$ shipped, pretty happy with it... running it LFE with the gain around half, sounds pretty good
     
  3. DorianBryant

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    I have all JBL's in my living room as well. I ended up getting the Dayton Tiny mighty II. I did not want to spend much but I am sure the JBL is as good as their other speakers. Either way, great subs.
     
  4. Desmond

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    Great.
    So I might get the JBL one instead, because it is all from the same store.
     
  5. Kenneth Harden

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    I have the JBL and very much enjoy it - however, it is in my bedroom and I only have one (less than ideal) place to put it for now, so it is hard to tell.
     
  6. Desmond

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    Guess what!

    I just ordered it today, the JBL e250. I really hope that it will work great with the e100 and simialr speakers all together.

    -Thanks, Desmond [​IMG]
     
  7. Kenneth Harden

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    Wire for what? The speakers or subwoofer?
     

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