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    Paradigm PS1000 sub for 175$, good deal?

    I have a friend offering me his Paradigm PS-1000 for 175$. Should I take?
    http://www.audioreview.com/cat/speak...6_2741crx.aspx

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    Looks like a good deal to me!

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    Jump on it!

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    Man you had better jump all over that!!!

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    to be used in HT? FCUK YEAH!!!!!!!!!!! I used to love that sub watching bang bang Wooommmppp Gheeeee, shhhhhhhfsdm seuhhhhhhhhhhteee, sdiouheee .....movies.

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    yep

    great deal, thats less the wholesale by a good margin

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    Grab The Chance!

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    Don't buy it! Send your friend's number to me, hehehehe!!!!

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    Ps - 1000

    Go for it before some one beats you two it.

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    I used to own a PS-1000. The 120 watt amplifier was annoyingly weak. The soft clipping feature protected the speaker from damage and any rude distortion noises but the bass was almost never there when I really wanted it. I bought mine for 450 bucks many years ago. For 175 bucks though, it is sure to spank any sub at that price pretty badly. All that being said, its a sure deal. An extremely smooth and clean sounding sub.

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