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Time to play, identify the sub!

post #1 of 5
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OK, I have this brand new sub, in the original box with the owners manual but I can't identify it!

Seems Paradigm uses a generic owners manual that gives ZERO info except to say the "the right speaker goes on the right, the left on the left, the sub in the corner" type stuff.

How can I identify this model so I can look at it's specs.

BTW, is this the only company that does not mark the model in the owners manual?

post #2 of 5
PDR-10?
post #3 of 5
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Originally Posted by fatbottom View Post

PDR-10?

Although new, in that it has never been used, it is 8 years or so old.

That was my guess.

Would the owners manual for a PDR 10 say om-100 on it?

I guess it is part of a OM-100 line?
post #4 of 5
The little white label right above the power cord should say PDR-10 on it.
The amp does say PDR series on it.You can probally call or email Paradigm
with the serial number and they can get you the specs on it.
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Originally Posted by lwj81 View Post

The little white label right above the power cord should say PDR-10 on it.
The amp does say PDR series on it.You can probally call or email Paradigm
with the serial number and they can get you the specs on it.

Just call Paradigm with the serial number...
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