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For Sale SVS SB-1000 - 12" Sealed Subwoofer

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rajafan

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SVS-SB1000 – Brand New

Selling this due to space constraint and moving to 2.0 channel setup. Bought from Volumate, Chennai on 01.09.18. Subwoofer was outside the box only for 2 weeks while I was trying to accommodate it. Then it was repacked. I took it out last week to take some pictures. Used for less than 10 hours. It is brand new for all practical purposes. It can be easily shipped since they are packed well with double box and thick Styrofoam. I have the Invoice and original box. Prospective buyers welcome to audition it.

Cosmetics and Performance : Brand New -10/10
Warranty : 5 years (4 years and 10 months left)

Purchase price : 52K
Asking price : 47K

OR please check the price from a retailer and I can discount few thousands from retailer’s price.

Specs:-
Woofer : 12” Sealed, front firing
Freq : 24-260hz +/- 3db
Power : 300W RMS, 720W Peak
Inputs : RCA, LFE, Speker Level
Output : RCA with 80hz High Pass Filter to mains
Crossover: 50-260 hz continuously variable, Crossover Off
Phase : 0-180 continuously variable
Volume control
Power : On/Auto Standby (0.5W)

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rajafan

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Can someone help me with the following information?

1. Should I handover the original or copy of the invoice to the buyer?
2. I have never registered any product in my life. Should I register this Sub for warranty? Or the buyer can register himself? I thought invoice would be enough.
 

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Can someone help me with the following information?

1. Should I handover the original or copy of the invoice to the buyer?
2. I have never registered any product in my life. Should I register this Sub for warranty? Or the buyer can register himself? I thought invoice would be enough.

1. Ideally yes. You can keep a softcopy.
2. Not Required. The buyer can register if he/she wishes to.

MaSh
 
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rajafan

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Sold to a Mumbai FM. Payment received.

I will request to close this thread once the SW is delivered to him next week.
 
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