My 3yo A5-350 finally died.
It has LT.500 amp. Bought it shortly after it was released.
Used it lightly over the years, I'm not a subholic, so I calibrated the sub only for LFE (hardly used, low levels only).
I contacted eD via emails, but didn't get any reply.
For some reason, my stomach started turning and got reminded to that other sub company.
Went here to check and sure enough, my suspicion confirmed, the company is no more.
While I'm quite upset for having a $870 end table (broken sub & pad), I feel for those who are out thousands.
I just don't understand why a company that was (maybe looked) thriving & growing, could collapse so quickly.
Super Dave, do you mind if I PM you? i'd like to ask you the details on removing/replacing the ed Amp with that Dayton SPA250 amp.
Additionally, I've contacted Daveds50 as well, to see if I could ask him a favor to repair my amp (or buy a replacement from him)
Very sad. Another American company is no more.
I used to recommend them to my friends, even feeling proud about how it was made in USA and all.