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post #1 of 6 Old 06-22-2012, 01:33 PM - Thread Starter
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Nothing really important, but does anyone remember a wedge shaped Sub woofer for home use? I think it was made by JBL, but for the life of me cannot find any info on it. Any help would be great. Pretty small in size, could fit it in a small bookshelf, but sounded fantastic.confused.gif
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nope just checked. I wish I could remember but it was back in 97/98 I remember playing with them. I worked at circuit city as a portable electronics salesperson, and I went ahead and setup a small speaker setup with that sub to help push the sales of mini-disc players. It worked at the time, but I wish I could find that little guy for use in my office now. It was flat bottomed and back, and curved in the front. Open ports on one side. Maybe it wasn't JBL, but I cant remember any other brand that had a similar make...not even google can help me :-(
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If it had an amp in it, it was probably the sub that was in the "Music 2" system.

If there was no amp " Music 1".
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Was it this Klipsch?

http://www.klipsch.com/rt-10d-subwoofer

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was not Klipsch, Ciruit city didnt sell Klipsch in the 90s
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