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Here's my Conquest next to a RF-7 and a 60" plasma. They work well on their side and also upside down, the key is to get the driver closer to the floor.

i want to try conquest standing vertically upside down now because it looks like smiley face

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Very interesting... Almost temped me to cancel my order for the captivators and get 2 of these BUUUT I won't do that because there will always be something new and I really need to stop reading the subwoofer forum.

*little devil voice in your ear* Goonie... you know you want them goonie!!! It is the answer to your mid-bass dreams goonie!!!

Sorry bro but you were the first person I thought of when I read the article on the Empire lol I know you itchin like crazy over there too.

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*little devil voice in your ear* Goonie... you know you want them goonie!!! It is the answer to your mid-bass dreams goonie!!!

Sorry bro but you were the first person I thought of when I read the article on the Empire lol I know you itchin like crazy over there too.

Yeah I am a mid bass whore I guess.

I think 2 captivators powered by 2 ep4000's will give me what I need.
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gilbertma,

I personally would be hesitant to put the sub there with the speakers tight against the wall, because the sound from the speakers is immediately bouncing off the sub. There's not much you can do about the center channel, and it looks like there's a door on the left so you can't move the left tower out from the wall (speakers are supposed to be 18" ~ 3' away from wall anyway). It would help a lot if you could move the amp under the center speaker to the right of the rack (or even move equipment rack and amp/stand off the front wall) and lay the sub on its side, because basically you have the sound from the center and left channels coming through a "tunnel" bouncing off the door, sub, and equipment rack before it gets to the room, which probably adds some harshness and brightness to those Klipsch's. Have you tried the sub next to or behind the couch, which adds another level of visceral impact?

I know, I know. There's probably not much you can do with that space. Anyway, just offering some friendly observations.
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Yeah I am a mid bass whore I guess.

I think 2 captivators powered by 2 ep4000's will give me what I need.

Then again, maybe not?

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GilbertMA and I exchanged PMs about the conquest, and I had to share what he mentioned, absolutely hilarious:

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I originally had my Conquest sideways but I needed the floor space so upside down was tried and it worked! It puts the ports at the perfect height for people to stick their face up to and get their hair blown back. If you really want to see what your Conquest will do as a mechanical device, go to the website "realm of excursion" and record some of the test tones as an mp3 CD. I made a demo CD with tones from 12hz- 40hz and one track is a slide from 35hz down to 1hz, at high volume it sounds like an jumbo jet is landing on the roof. The Conquest never fails to amaze everyone that sees and hears it, it's definitely a monster.
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Anyone have experience with getting a product from Epik.

I've emailed and tried to call their new phone number to no avail. I've read quite a few posts about not being able to get a hold of anyone at epik. Several had also stated that email returns are rare (actually two separate posts said that they Never return emails).

I live within driving distance and could just go there to pick up a sub, but I have no idea if I will ever be able to get a hold of them. I don't think waiting 5 weeks like multiple posts said, is an acceptable timeframe when you've got money in hand.
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i want to try conquest standing vertically upside down now because it looks like smiley face

That is a sweeet set-up! How do you like your RF-83's?

Are you using the Klipsch dipoles for your surrounds?

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Gilbert,

Is the new room you moved everything to on the 2nd floor? If so maybe you should think about a Gramma/SubDude for the beast. I think the 2nd story resonance would be controlled better if so. Just a thought. Great setup.... Rock On!

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Anyone have experience with getting a product from Epik.

I've emailed and tried to call their new phone number to no avail. I've read quite a few posts about not being able to get a hold of anyone at epik. Several had also stated that email returns are rare (actually two separate posts said that they Never return emails).

I live within driving distance and could just go there to pick up a sub, but I have no idea if I will ever be able to get a hold of them. I don't think waiting 5 weeks like multiple posts said, is an acceptable timeframe when you've got money in hand.

They are in the process of "moving" I believe right now so their response will be slower than normal.

They responded to my sales email within a day, a few days ago though. They are probably swamped with Epik Empire orders...

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That is a sweeet set-up! How do you like your RF-83's?

Are you using the Klipsch dipoles for your surrounds?

-Greg

That's not my setup that's GilbertMA's....

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How did the order process go?

I sent an email saying I'd buy and pick up the empire yesterday and got no response yet.

I didn't give them my credit card info.

If they are taking orders, wouldn't they need credit card info, etc.?

I'm assuming they would have to make some sort of contact to finish any orders.

I emailed them within 1 hour of the 1st posting that they had a new product.
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They are currently moving but I not sure when you are talking about if recent or not
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check out the other side of gilbertMA's conquest room!! WOW!


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I know it is hard to be patient, but the product is superb. I sent in an order for the Empire and haven't heard back either probably due to the move they have going on. This will be my fourth Epik in the house.
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I sent an order request yesterday and havent heard back too. 1-3 days are the normal response times I get via email.

You'll rarely hear anyone say, "I wish I'd gotten less Sub."

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gilbertma,
I personally would be hesitant to put the sub there with the speakers tight against the wall, because the sound from the speakers is immediately bouncing off the sub. There's not much you can do about the center channel, and it looks like there's a door on the left so you can't move the left tower out from the wall (speakers are supposed to be 18" ~ 3' away from wall anyway). It would help a lot if you could move the amp under the center speaker to the right of the rack (or even move equipment rack and amp/stand off the front wall) and lay the sub on its side, because basically you have the sound from the center and left channels coming through a "tunnel" bouncing off the door, sub, and equipment rack before it gets to the room, which probably adds some harshness and brightness to those Klipsch's. Have you tried the sub next to or behind the couch, which adds another level of visceral impact?
I know, I know. There's probably not much you can do with that space. Anyway, just offering some friendly observations.

I know, I hate using that old pic because now I have the speakers even with the front plane of the Conquest. The door is used for emergency exit only. I have to keep the Conquest vertical because the room is only 12.5' wide (40' long though).

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Gilbert,

Is the new room you moved everything to on the 2nd floor? If so maybe you should think about a Gramma/SubDude for the beast. I think the 2nd story resonance would be controlled better if so. Just a thought. Great setup.... Rock On!

My house and room is one story. I only put a towel under the Conquest to keep it from walking across the room at high volume.
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I was wondering the same thing. I've got the 12" Sentinels with the 600W amp and I can't bottom them out. Those 12's are pretty damn stout and that is in a ported enclosure. 2 15's in a sealed enclosure, a small one at that, would seem like it would need quite a bit more power than a single 12" in a ported enclosure. Since they are proprietary drivers, maybe they have been engineered to be more efficient and require less power. I could only imagine that with a weaker motor, there may be a small expense in control/tightness though... perhaps the small sealed enclosure makes up for that though? Its very interesting.

I guess everyone will find out soon enough but it sure sounds good on paper and yes its very interesting
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OK I used the realm of excursion 1 hz to 35hz tone, and my teeth are still chattering.

I wonder my neighbors think? They are in free standing homes but it sounded/felt a little like an earthquake.

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How did the order process go?

I sent an email saying I'd buy and pick up the empire yesterday and got no response yet.

I didn't give them my credit card info.

If they are taking orders, wouldn't they need credit card info, etc.?

I'm assuming they would have to make some sort of contact to finish any orders.

I emailed them within 1 hour of the 1st posting that they had a new product.

You have to remember that they are moving everything and that if you read the Empire post you can email them to be put on the list for it and will begin shipping in a couple weeks. They are not ready for pick up or delivery yet and once settled they will contact us in order that the email were received and get you info then.
So just hold on as it sounds like the move is getting closer to being completed and I know that they are working 12hrs+ to get all the equipment, tools ,etc in to the shop.
If you haven't done a move like this it is very time consuming and getting in the large equipment and set up properly could mean moving the same piece of equipment a few times to get the flow of the line set up properly.

We are almost there....
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You have to remember that they are moving everything and that if you read the Empire post you can email them to be put on the list for it and will begin shipping in a couple weeks. They are not ready for pick up or delivery yet and once settled they will contact us in order that the email were received and get you info then.
So just hold on as it sounds like the move is getting closer to being completed and I know that they are working 12hrs+ to get all the equipment, tools ,etc in to the shop.
If you haven't done a move like this it is very time consuming and getting in the large equipment and set up properly could mean moving the same piece of equipment a few times to get the flow of the line set up properly.

We are almost there....

It just seems like they have been moving for the last two years....
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OK I used the realm of excursion 1 hz to 35hz tone, and my teeth are still chattering.
I wonder my neighbors think? They are in free standing homes but it sounded/felt a little like an earthquake.

I need to try the 1hz - 35hz to see what that's like. If you look farther down the page you will see the opposite slide, 35hz - 1 hz. That's the "jumbo jet" one and the fall off gives you the Doppler effect. When you get below 10hz it's funny to watch the cone rate pulse down to 1hz even though there's not any volume at that rate. It will show you how much excursion the Conquest has and how good the control of the amp over the cone is.
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Yes actually the reverse 1 hz to 35hz I did, the cone was moving like gravy at the beginning and I could hear nothing.

I will film an HD video of the excursion tonight for people to watch.

I heard the jumbo jet/helicopter type thing as it approached 35 hz.

My question to you is, although it was fairly loud and when I tried to talk my voice sounded weird - and I am still finding things in my house upstairs that fell down or are out of place, and my pant legs were definitely rippling...I feel like I may have heard the Conquest actually get louder than that when it was in my basement.

My current room is vaulted and open to the kitchen.

I don't have my projector set up anymore so I can't test the Transformers flip scene (which is what I used to use to test the subwoofer). Do you experience movies actually have louder encoded sub scenes than the 35hz-1hz?

The other thing is probably the transformers scene had some above 35hz content that the conquest was playing extremely loud - also I was running duals with the SVS down there and I haven't plugged the SVS upstairs yet..so that could all attribute to it.

I guess the question is what decibel volume are those sine waves encoded or (Or does that matter?).

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Yes actually the reverse 1 hz to 35hz I did, the cone was moving like gravy at the beginning and I could hear nothing.

I will film an HD video of the excursion tonight for people to watch.

I heard the jumbo jet/helicopter type thing as it approached 35 hz.

My question to you is, although it was fairly loud and when I tried to talk my voice sounded weird - and I am still finding things in my house upstairs that fell down or are out of place, and my pant legs were definitely rippling...I feel like I may have heard the Conquest actually get louder than that when it was in my basement.

My current room is vaulted and open to the kitchen.

I don't have my projector set up anymore so I can't test the Transformers flip scene (which is what I used to use to test the subwoofer). Do you experience movies actually have louder encoded sub scenes than the 35hz-1hz?

The other thing is probably the transformers scene had some above 35hz content that the conquest was playing extremely loud - also I was running duals with the SVS down there and I haven't plugged the SVS upstairs yet..so that could all attribute to it.

I guess the question is what decibel volume are those sine waves encoded or (Or does that matter?).

-ELmO

I'm totally ignorant when it comes to decibels and stuff like that, I probably need to get a meter and start educating myself. When I did the test tones it was just to get seat of the pants feeling for how the big box was performing and for break in, it was pretty stiff for the first couple of weeks. Prolonged exposure to test tones from the Conquest will start to mess with your head, I think it jostles the inner ear fluid in a way the body is not comfortable with and I have felt some vertigo.
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Curt248,

They DON'T take credit cards! When your order is accepted, they will send you instructions on sending a MONEY ORDER to pay for the purchase.

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They DON'T take credit cards! When your order is accepted, they will send you instructions on sending a MONEY ORDER to pay for the purchase.

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When did this start? My last three were purchased with a CC.
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When did this start? My last three were purchased with a CC.

They probably don't have the Credit Card machines and computers set up at the new facility yet... It said in the blog that they dont even have their phones hooked up yet.
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They DON'T take credit cards! When your order is accepted, they will send you instructions on sending a MONEY ORDER to pay for the purchase.

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Since when? I purchased by CC. The only reason I can think of is that since they are in the process of moving they do not have phone/internet set up yet....
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When I purchased my Dragon in June, they didn't ... they must have changed.

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