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Posted: May 24, 2005 at 1:10 PM / IP Logged  
  I couldn't agree more. I have always enjoyed the "warmth" that a well set up system with an Epicenter can deliver. People need to remember the reason that this device was originally created. With today's music and recording techniques, it's not needed nearly as much as in the past. If you listen to older stuff, an Epicenter can really "wake up" some of the low frequencies and make oldies a ton more subwoofer friendly.
I'm just a regular guy. I don't know why all the fuss about me....
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Posted: May 24, 2005 at 3:45 PM / IP Logged  
Hell that  epicenter in a cool device.I even use one in my recording studio when I transfer old recordings(LP's and Video).Used properly it's a great device.Don't knock it!
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Posted: May 24, 2005 at 4:25 PM / IP Logged  

Agreed here as well, bashing posts is not nessesary. If you don't have any good advice to give or good coments, then just keep them to yourselves.

The Epicenter does still have a place in car audio these days, much less than it used too but, as stated above, even with the recording technology of today, old recordings that were just transfered to disk still can gain better lower end resdponce and output using the epicenter.

I myself owned one many years ago when cassettes were still the big thing and it work wounders. I myself would and might still add one to my system as I have many, many older redubbed disks that might be expanded by using it but, for now, I am fine without it.

As I stated in an earlier posting, If there was nowhere in the market for the unit, then Audio Control would have discontinued it years ago.

Just my 2 cents.


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