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#7094 - 12/02/02 04:55 PM naming conventions of subwoofers
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If you follow the naming convention of Axiom's subs, you get the following:

EP125 = 125 watt amp
EP175 = 175 watt amp
however
EP350 = 200 watt amp.

Is there a reason it is named this, and not the EP200?

Sorry, i'm just bored at work waiting for the clock to hit 5.

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#7095 - 12/02/02 09:04 PM Re: naming conventions of subwoofers
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