REL T2 subwoofer, cherry finish, looks and works fine. A
small sub with a surprisingly big sound if used in a reasonably sized room. Down-firing
8-inch woofer combines with 10-inch front-facing passive radiator. The bass is clean
and tight, and integrates seamlessly with my speakers.
Second owner, used with care in a nonsmoking household. I
used this sub in a music-only system with Spendor monitors.
Original factory shipping box and manual included. Also comes
--stock REL cable with Speakon connector (13 feet long)
--heavier-gauge homemade Speakon cable (10 feet long)
--RCA-to-RCA interconnect made by Signal Cable (8 feet
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The Absolute Sound: “Even with the T2 firing out of the
room’s corner, electric bass lines and kick drums were reproduced with the timing
to maintain a focused central image. Although
the T2 rolls off a little quicker below 30Hz, it could rarely be localized as a
source—a critical achievement. Whatever you call it, don’t call the T2 a
REL-Lite. Built like it was conceived by a family of miniature body-builders,
it handily maintains the tradition of REL subs. There’s not one element aboard the
tight little T that spells budget.”
TechRadar.com: “The REL T2 is fast and assured, and with
proper level control it sounds tuneful and it doesn't overhang, yet it extends
the overall low frequency operating area of the host system to typically around
26Hz or so - which is awesomely deep for a relatively compact subwoofer.
Overall system tonality is richer and fuller, and special effects, explosions
and the like, are more telling. When set up as recommended, the T2 adds
immeasurably to image scale and tonality, and it has enough power headroom on
tap to rattle the rafters. The T2 is an unusually capable subwoofer for music
and movies alike, and good value for money too.”