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Old 12-05-2004, 01:50 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi Bruce,

My budget, room size, and personal tastes (Don't like low, low wall shaking bass) has me looking for a used 8" Velodyne.

What's the difference between the CT-80 or the CHT-8. which is better?


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If these two subs follow the same numbering system of the other velodyne subs, then they are the same sub - just a part number change.

I have the Velodyne CT-150 which was changed to the CHT-15 in the new part number system.
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I'm a big fan of velodyne, but you may want to save your money for a better alternative.

I would recommend the new DPS series or a used SPL 8" sub.

I'm currently using a CHT8 for extension of my JBL towers in HT applications. An upgrade to one of the subs I mentioned is on my xmas wish list.

Good luck,
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