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#409694 - 01/21/15 04:19 PM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: brwsaw]
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It is very similar to a daisy chained pair. The advantage is in the cost savings of sharing a single power supply and DSP board.
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#409705 - 01/22/15 12:51 AM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: Andrew]
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That sounds interesting. I look forward to hearing more as they are released.
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#409706 - 01/22/15 01:14 AM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: Ian]
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Originally Posted By: Ian
It is very similar to a daisy chained pair. The advantage is in the cost savings of sharing a single power supply and DSP board.


This sounds like the perfect way to do EP400s.

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#409712 - 01/22/15 01:49 PM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: Ian]
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Very interesting indeed. Would the new, familial-shaped cabinet be smaller than current for both the slave/master units? And is there a ballpark estimate on availability this year?

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#409716 - 01/22/15 03:04 PM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: rockhound76s]
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The size will be very close to the current dimensions for both the master and the slave. We will have them ready this spring.
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#409718 - 01/22/15 04:03 PM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: Andrew]
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With my pair of V3s, I kinda like my 500 Watts per side especially since they are being driven by only 35W/Ch.

Furthermore, I have true 2 Channel (stereo) for music only as I drive each one separately from the L & R Speaker Outputs of my Integrated Tube Amp.

The new version looks like a good idea though....

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#409727 - 01/23/15 05:48 AM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: Ian]
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Originally Posted By: Ian
The plan for the EP400 is to change the shape from rectangular to the same look as the rest of our speakers.


What do you mean by rest of our speakers? are you talking about subs or speakers like the M80? I am wondering if you could give us an idea as to what dimensions you are envisioning and if they will still give that wonderful 18hz deep bass? or lower?
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#409741 - 01/24/15 01:01 AM Re: Latest on the EP400 updates? [Re: oakvillematt]
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What do you mean by rest of our speakers? are you talking about subs or speakers like the M80? I am wondering if you could give us an idea as to what dimensions you are envisioning and if they will still give that wonderful 18hz deep bass? or lower?


I imagine it will be close to the same volume but with the trapezoidal shape.

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