ADVISORY: Only Sales From REL Authorized Dealers Include Manufacturers Warranty
To ensure our customers receive the highest quality guidance and support, backed by our 3-year parts and labor warranty, we have developed a network of Authorized REL Dealers around the world. These are the only retail outlets where REL subwoofers and accessories, backed b… Read More
There exist a number of special connectivity cases that require a departure from the norm in connecting a REL using our vaunted high level connection to certain amplifiers. We will attempt to identify and solve certain unusual connection schemes.
This installment deals with connecting REL subs to McIntosh Labs Quad Balanced Monoblocks: McIntosh Quad Ba… Read More
We’ve paired our 212/SE with Harbeth Super HL5+ and the sound is superb. More importantly it beautifully showcases what we’ve been experiencing all along; flawless integration– absolutely beat perfect with LongBow Zero Compression Wireless feeding the 212SE while the Harbeth main speakers are hard wired.
The Harbeth Super HL5+ loudsp… Read More
More about connecting RELs to Balanced Differential Monobocks Than You Ever Wanted To Know
Balanced Differential monoblocks differ considerably from common single ended mono block amps and these differences can have important consequences when it comes to connecting RELs to your mono blocks. Get it wrong and you could be chasing ground loop-induced hu… Read More
Hear… No, Feel Two 212/SEs
We promise you, you’ve never experienced range, depth and speed like this. On active display at The Bristol Show will be a pair of our award winning 212/SE subwoofers coupled with Harbeth Super HL5plus loudspeakers and Rega Elicit-R amp – a combination that looks as beautiful as it sounds.
Also on display will be our co… Read More
212/SE named Best Subwoofer 2015/16 by Home Cinema Choice, Hi-Fi Choice and Hi-Fi News & Review
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Dual RELs, With Common Ground Mono Block Amplifiers
One of the more interesting questions we are asked with increasing frequency is using REL(s) in high end 2-channel systems with mono block power amplifiers. –For those of you in a hurry, the answer is simple; if you are using mono block amplifiers, use 2 RELs–1 per channel. Doing anything l… Read More
The educational piece we did on matching the all-new T/i models (all fine with the classic REL high level connection, even when the Sonos goes to sleep) with Sonos CONNECT:AMPTM generated amazing feedback and requests for more of the same. The obvious item to circle back around to is the Tzero which, at an SRP of £299, is an ideal mate to the CONNECT:AMP.
The el… Read More
Who doesn’t love Sonos? After all, the Sonos Wireless HiFi System delivers all the music on earth, in every room, with warm, full-bodied sound that’s crystal clear at any volume. How could it possibly get better?
As good as the Sonos system is, we wondered if they were compatible with REL’s vaunted High Level Connectivity and, if so, could you … Read More
Arrow delivers much of the promise and connectivity of hardwired RELs with the placement flexibility and pure cool factor of great wireless for all of T/i. For a reasonable sum, Arrow gives you the ability to place subs in distant corners, along glass walls, or on hardwood floors where a cable would otherwise destroy the effect.
Arrow permits simultaneous d… Read More