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Black Friday Clearance Sale on Chane (Originally Chase) speakers and subwoofers

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Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving! As promised, here are our Black Friday / Clearance items:

M1 MTM Loudspeaker:

The M1 was designed to be our affordable, $175 music and theater monitor. They are nothing short of astonishing loudspeakers selling for a minimal price. Each speaker stands about 19 inches tall x 6.5 inches wide and 6.5 inches deep.
We have had customers compare them to far more expensive speakers, and have always "held our own".

You can find some information here: http://www.chanemusiccinema.com/chane-home-theater-loudspeakers/M1

We have 160 in stock, ready to deliver at $100 EACH (plus shipping)

The biggest problem will be wondering how much speaker one can get for $100. :)

SBE-118 Subwoofer

Our very own Jman reviewed the SBE-118 here: http://www.chanemusiccinema.com/forum/showthread.php?47809-Chane-SBE-118-Subwoofer-Review

And Peter Loeser, Home Theater Shack Staff member, penned his review here (includes the three Theater 10's): http://www.hometheatershack.com/for...073-chane-3-2-home-theater-system-review.html

The SBE stands for sealed bass engine, and the idea behind this subwoofer is to allow one to configure it in any way one wants - from a single unit with a Dayton SA-230 amp to a Quad pack with our very own MQ-600 amplifier.

Here is some pricing:

SBE-118 passive units: $400 each plus shipping (duals are suggested when possible)

Dayton SA-230 amp: $195 - will turn a single SBE-118 into a powered sub at $595 plus shipping. There is nothing on the market that will deliver this much clean bass for this type of $$$$.

Dayton SA-1000 amp: $375 - will turn a pair of SBE-118's into an $1175 package that will ROCK any theater room. This is the same package Peter tested.

MQ-600 amp: $450. This amp normally sells for $600 - Black Friday pricing is $450. Add a quad pack of SBE-118's and you will NEVER look back in terms of quality bass - for $2050, this system just plain ROCKS.

We have 65 SBE-118's at this price and 100 MQ-600's. The MQ-600 also makes for an incredible high end basic power amplifier. Three of these in your system at $1350 plus shipping will give you 5 channels of incredible power with a channel left over to drive a PAIR of SBE-118's. The MQ-600 also plays nice with any of the excellent DIY drivers - Stereo Integrity, TC- Sounds, Mach 5 - you name it. This amp is a beauty!

All Sales must be paid for via PayPal @ [email protected]

I am available during normal business hours, eastern time zone, Monday to Friday with questions @ 800-664-9485. Feel free to email questions, or PM me here.

We are set up to take all Paypal approved credit cards - we pay all fees.

We also can take checks / money orders.
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Craig, thanks for all of your excellent customer service! I can't wait to get these bad boys. I've owned SVS subwoofers, definitive technology, Earthquake supernova and even two of these bests them from the tests that I have read online. Can't wait to hear what 4 do. For the price, I don't know why anyone would buy anything else.
I think you will be pleased with your purchase, I bought the quad pack and amp last year. I stacked 2 of them and the other 2 were separated. I only listen to music in this area and they pound. The MQ-600 is a warrior amp, it sounds fantastic at crazy levels. The subs are tight and musical, this system is visceral. I have a lot of other ID subs in my house and dollar for dollar the Chase products are the best value by far, Craig is great guy to talk to and you know he will take care of you if a problem occurs. If I can work things I'm ordering another quad system tomorrow. Have fun with your subs.
I'm anxiously waiting also, I'm ready for more of Craig's products and excellent customer service.
Do the M-1's have a keyhole mounting or any thing on the back?
Not to get off topic but I have an MQ-600 question. I'm going to relocate this to a closet and wondering how I can turn it off and on remotely. It doesn't have a trigger jack. I'm going to be using a remote with rf/ir for the equipment. Any ideas are appreciated.
Thanks, but I need some switch that will recognize ir/rf, have a code to use in a remote. I'm sure this situation comes up often and I'm the type that does not like to keep amps on continuously.
Craig, Still selling the MQ-600? I am going to need a new amp soon when I complete my SI18 build. Not sure which amp to go with,so many options, so little money! MQ-600's have great specs for the price. I'm also considering crown xli3500 which is a lot more money and the Behringer EP4000 which is cheaper but less power. I think the MQ is perfect combo of price and power, only X factor I'm seeing is the lack of history on it, but you have some experience and still recommend them and I trust ya Craig! Only other question is who would handle warranty repairs/returns if necessary. Thanks,
I've got the EP4000 running two 18's in one area and in another area have the MQ-600 powering 4 18's, no contest at all power wise, the MQ is in a different class.
Any MQ600 owners have advice for connecting it to home AVR? I am using XLR input on amp to The RCA pre-out on the AVR. The speakers are connected with red/black terminals, not the speakon. I am not getting any sound to the speakers. I am set to ..755 input voltage and 4 ohms, stereo mode on amp.
I'm at 1.5 voltage, maybe this will help.
I just picked up a pair of Polk SDA-2's, a speaker I always wanted but when they came out I could not afford it. I've researched them and understand they need a lot of power, I'm going to try them out on a regular avr but do you think MQ-600 is to much for them, I'm guessing not. Anyone here have any experience with these? Thanks.
Thanks Craig, just got a brief chance to listen to them, powered them with a Denon 4311. What a huge soundstage, very nice. When my subs and amp come in ill try them with the amp, I'm sure they will light up. I have access to temporarily borrow an Inuke 3000 or 6000 non dsp, which do you think would be a better choice? Also if Graham got delayed on shipping I may add another amp, thanks.
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