REL S/3 SHO subwoofer review

January 8, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“The fire-fight shots around the night-club swimming pool in John Wick proved this point, and the S/3 SHO was equally good romping through some older favourites, like the Atmos-remastered The Fifth Element and space drama Gravity. While the latter film lacks a constant soundtrack of bass, the sound designers use LFE to subtly underpin effects and atmosphere. The REL’s superior tautness and articulation is in evidence here, adding that extra dimension to the aural mix without sounding disconnected. And if you regularly listen to music on your system with a subwoofer in play, those attributes translate into beautifully poised and eloquent bass augmentation.”

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