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Need help with identifying this sub and amp

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by StrappNastii, Sep 2, 2018.

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  1. StrappNastii

    StrappNastii Auditioning

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    I have absolutely no idea about this sub and amp, was given to me and I’m trying to figure out what it is. Maybe someone can help?
     

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    Well, you already know it’s a sub with an amp, and the name and model is right there on the back panel, NHT SW10. So what is it you’re trying figure out?

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    I have never messed with them before had no clue to anything and was looking for a price, it was given to me
     
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    At one point in time it was considered an superb lower priced, upper/mid performance Subwoofer. If it;s functioning properly it's still should be very good. it was sold separately as well as in parts of a Full HT speaker set along with other parts of the Super Series that replaced or supplemented the near legendary SuperZero speakers. If works better than it looks (or looks and works better once it's cleaned up) I doubt it's worth a lot more than $50 -- the cabinet itself was gorgeous gloss black originally and retailed around $500 back then

    I can't tell from the pics if it's been used recently, but it looks like it's been stored in some not so clean area. If it's been in a non climate controlled attic/storage I'm not hopeful though I can't see any rot on the speakers.

    I think this may have been released around 2000-2001 -- I forget when the model Sw10II was released

    I think is the original user manual
    http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/01/A/man-migrate/MANUAL000028058.pdf

    The NHT company was founded by Ken Kantor who full some reason I thought was a member here at one point or I may be confusing that with some Pre-HTF discussion forums (maybe the old Compuserve groups)
     

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