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post #31 of 834
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Originally Posted by JEFFREY GTS View Post

When did you order yours?



Both of yours are ones w/o any paint on them
post #32 of 834
I seem to be chasing Chris from thread to thread...haha
At least I'm in the room now.
post #33 of 834
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Originally Posted by Paisteman View Post

I seem to be chasing Chris from thread to thread...haha
At least I'm in the room now.


Me too.
post #34 of 834
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Great news. My sub is being painted now and should ship no later than Friday! Should get it sometime early next week.
post #35 of 834
Ditto here.... in the paintroom.

I think I am in the same batch as Jeffrey and Paisteman
post #36 of 834
It looks like it is taking a month on average, pity. I purchased the A3 - 300 on 9/3 along with a pair of the A6 - 5T5 - MTM as my surrounds. The A6 - 5T5 were here in no time but the sub is still awaiting woodshop. Man I wish it would hurry up and get here!!!
post #37 of 834
ordered mine back on 8/8 - says in paintroom now - so hopefully looking forward to getting it sometime soon... been enjoying the new tv though (65 mitsubishi) but not the same without a sub.
post #38 of 834
I am out of paint and being assembled!!
Woohoo
post #39 of 834
mine is shipping today
post #40 of 834
just ordered this afternoon. Mine is, of course, awaiting woodshop. I'll try to post as it goes through the process to give folks an idea of the production time.

Can't wait!
post #41 of 834
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Mine is still drying and will ship tomorrow.
post #42 of 834
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Originally Posted by uscwrollins View Post

It looks like it is taking a month on average, pity. I purchased the A3 - 300 on 9/3 along with a pair of the A6 - 5T5 - MTM as my surrounds. The A6 - 5T5 were here in no time but the sub is still awaiting woodshop. Man I wish it would hurry up and get here!!!

Dude, I paid for mine on the 17th of last month and it is still awaiting the woodshop. Hurry up is not in the vocab, and I am not sure you want someone hurrying up with electronics, could end up with a piece of junk if constructed wrong. Give these guys some time and see how things go, a good product will get rave reviews here, a bad one will get a few hundred threads.
post #43 of 834
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Originally Posted by Super Dave View Post

Dude, I paid for mine on the 17th of last month and it is still awaiting the woodshop. Hurry up is not in the vocab, and I am not sure you want someone hurrying up with electronics, could end up with a piece of junk if constructed wrong. Give these guys some time and see how things go, a good product will get rave reviews here, a bad one will get a few hundred threads.

I have waited over a month for mine but it is coming to an end. Should get it by Monday or Tuesday. I haven't gotten frustrated or upset one time with the wait. These things happen and when they are built to order you have to expect some delays. However since thier new paint booth is up and running and the right primer, things seem to be moving fairly quick now.
post #44 of 834
It's insane how fast they move now.

JJ walked up today and gave me another list of people to charge(not charged until there's a box in the woodshop) I was shocked.

Poor FedEx guy picked up the first two today...it was humorous. I want to fill the truck with the suckers.

Oh, on a random side note about weight. The whole thing actually weighs in at 124 pounds(130 pounds shipped weight as a few of you will be getting the notifications). Someone apparently grabbed an extra side when we weighed the bare parts of the enclosure and uploaded it on the site. The only one that was built when we'd weighed it was a prototype that was constructed differently.

We threw the prototype on the scale as well, sure enough, it comes in at a scant 116.

So I guess it won't quite break your back...but I still don't suggest lifting it yourself.
post #45 of 834
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Originally Posted by Chris Schempp View Post

It's insane how fast they move now.

JJ walked up today and gave me another list of people to charge(not charged until there's a box in the woodshop) I was shocked.

Unless you use Paypal, then you are charged upon ordering, people should know that.
post #46 of 834
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Originally Posted by Chris Schempp View Post

It's insane how fast they move now.

JJ walked up today and gave me another list of people to charge(not charged until there's a box in the woodshop) I was shocked.

Poor FedEx guy picked up the first two today...it was humorous. I want to fill the truck with the suckers.

Oh, on a random side note about weight. The whole thing actually weighs in at 124 pounds(130 pounds shipped weight as a few of you will be getting the notifications). Someone apparently grabbed an extra side when we weighed the bare parts of the enclosure and uploaded it on the site. The only one that was built when we'd weighed it was a prototype that was constructed differently.

We threw the prototype on the scale as well, sure enough, it comes in at a scant 116.

So I guess it won't quite break your back...but I still don't suggest lifting it yourself.

if thats the case then a regular Fedex truck delivery should be fine.
They can handle up to 150 pounds on a van.
No need for freight.
post #47 of 834
received my a2-300 afew days ago. when unboxing screwed on spikes and set on concrete floor.it rocked not level. i figored on carpet it would be ok, its not, still rocks. thought it was bottoming out, but not, its fluttering. put packing styro corners under it and it fine. dont want to leave like this. what should i do?
post #48 of 834
call up eD (641.792.2501)
post #49 of 834
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Originally Posted by Super Dave View Post

Unless you use Paypal, then you are charged upon ordering, people should know that.

I paid with a credit card last Sunday (for a a2-300) and I still have not been charged. My status is "waiting for woodshop". Maybe they changed their policy where now they charge once they actually start making it.
post #50 of 834
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Originally Posted by Kendrid View Post

I paid with a credit card last Sunday (for a a2-300) and I still have not been charged. My status is "waiting for woodshop". Maybe they changed their policy where now they charge once they actually start making it.


I ordered a a2-300 last thursday (the 6th) and they told me I would not be charged until it made it to the woodshop. Mine is still awaiting woodshop as well.
post #51 of 834
Credit cards = charged when the box is built.

The way Paypal works is much like a check/money order. When Paypal is used, the transaction is processed instantly...this is Paypal's doing, not ours.

If someone wanted to make an order w/ Paypal and not pay until it is being constructed, give us a call and we could send a billing request once the box is being built.
post #52 of 834
mine shipped.just got the tracking #
post #53 of 834
How many made it out the door today?
post #54 of 834
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Originally Posted by Chris Schempp View Post

Credit cards = charged when the box is built.

The way Paypal works is much like a check/money order. When Paypal is used, the transaction is processed instantly...this is Paypal's doing, not ours.

If someone wanted to make an order w/ Paypal and not pay until it is being constructed, give us a call and we could send a billing request once the box is being built.

And now I know never to use Paypal for anything other than eBay again, live and learn.
post #55 of 834
Mine is now shipped, no email yet, and I asked them to ship even though they ran out of spikes.
I can screw with the best of them.
post #56 of 834
Seems like this sub is a great value, so it caught my interest. Perhaps this post belongs in the DIY speaker/sub forum, but... out of curiosity, I am trying to model the A5-350 in WinISD Pro using the specs that are available on the eD web site. I can't for the life of me figure out how they can get any kind of low end extension with such a small cabinet (4.17 cubic feet internally) and two 4 inch ports. Just to tune the box to 20 Hz the ports would have to be 37.4 inches long. So maybe I'm doing something wrong here or have the wrong specs for their driver?

Bradley
post #57 of 834
tuesday is the big day.my sub arrives
post #58 of 834
Still no email from them.
I show as shipped in my account.
post #59 of 834
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Originally Posted by Paisteman View Post

Still no email from them.
I show as shipped in my account.

at the bottom of your account page it should show your tracing #
post #60 of 834
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Originally Posted by domingos1965 View Post

tuesday is the big day.my sub arrives

Of course a full review will follow...
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