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Beta Three WS1800B
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Beta Three WS1800B

Subwoofer from Beta Three .

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Beta Three WS1800BPublished on 11/10/12 at 05:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
for more than 6 months
I listened to the sound of many of the other wells is more than correct.
lowest body weight 52 kilos but hey you can not have a good low 5kilo weight.
most: the sound!
value for money is very good, the advantage beta three is very little known in France. prices fall much thanks to ca.
I put 8:10 because it is very heavy. rollers would be useful above.
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  • Manufacturer: Beta Three
  • Model: WS1800B
  • Category: Subwoofers
  • Added in our database on: 11/21/2008

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