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Old 6th May 2006, 04:55 PM   #1
DolbyR is offline DolbyR  Finland
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Question Structure-borne sound converter?

So I was just lookin over some subs etc and i found this ...i suppose this is nothing that will work good instead of a sub...otherwise why wouldnt they be more popular?
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