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Who Sells RE XXX Subs? Steve K?


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MBZ oe 
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Anybody know the website to buy the RE XXX's? I had it but its lost now....

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They changed to:

http://www.bladeice.com/prore.htm

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Actually a friend of mine is an RE dealer.  You can find his site at www.visionaryaudio.com .  The other option is to call RE up and ask them.  If there isn't a dealer near you, they will sell to you direct.

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  www.visionaryaudio.com

Thanks Steven

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Contact them directly, usually saves you some money.  If you didn;t already have it, their site is www.respl.com
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Are you running the XXX's?
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The RE website is now www.reaudio.com.
They just sent my their 2004 price list since they don't have a dealer in my area. This is only their subs though. These prices include shipping too.
RE8- $56
RE10- $66
RE12- $76
SE10- $165
SE12- $185
SE15- $215
SX10- $260
SX12- $270
SX15- $290
SX18- $320
XXX10- $395
XXX12- $405
XXX15- $435
XXX18- $475
MT10- $445
MT12- $455
MT15- $485
MT18- $525
there is a $25 charge to upgrade the MT or XXX line to a quad voice coil
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MBZ oe 
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Those prices are great with shipping included. Do you happen to have any specs on enclosure sizes for them? I will e-mail them too and see whats up.

Speaking of the quad coil versions; I know its for wiring configuration options but doesn't that mean four times something that can fail? I usually use dual myself, but just wondering what ya'll think?

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You make a good point there, MBZ oe, since there is a pair of tensil leads for every voice coil.  And I have heard of a lot of problems on this forum directly related to them.
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And when the coils are in  series, the sub isn't going to do anything if one goes bad. I noticed tinsel shorting and burning with the 8000 MTX's that I just pulled too.   

 

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