Wow, it sure looks like all the trouble they've been experiencing for the past year (or more?) must be taking quite a toll on them. According to their website they've jettisoned 50% of their subwoofers:
The justification sighted is so they can "focus on core products, to focus on what makes us who we are
". So all those products that are no longer available were not core for them? Wonder why they bothered to produce those in the first place if that's the case. I'd hate to own one of them knowing the company who made it thinks it's a tier two product. eD goes on to claim it's only temporary, but so are certain forms of insanity and I think we all know how that usually ends.
Ironically, they also state "We are still 100% open to doing custom items
". Aren't those the most time consuming and prone to problems work they could possibly do? It seems like they already have enough to contend with, so I'm not certain I understand the logic behind still doing the thing that probably has the least return on investment while also having the most possibility of issues. The 7 subs they stopped making -- all commodity items -- were going to be far less hassle than any custom work is ever going to be.
It appears to have come about rather suddenly as well, which is never a good sign. To me it kinda reeks of desperation, and almost seems like a last ditch effort to save the company. If true that's really quite sad, because at one point they had a very good thing going (and they did a lot of work in America, something not all these ID companies can say). I'm curious now to see how this all turns out...