The long-awaited HUMAN 81 DK is now available.
Best viewed in "landscape" mode.
EPI & Epicure Speakers:
The EPI M250
Here is a view from the "rear" and the "front."
There is a woofer and a tweeter behind each grill.
(Technically this is a pair of M202 speakers
- note the old-style badges -
but they look exactly the same otherwise.)
And here is a medium-quality scan of a poor-quality photocopy of an old brochure:
The EPI 250, which is almost identical to its predecessor, the EPI 202, utilizes two eight-inch two-way modules, mounted on two adjacent sides. In many ways, it was the "poor man's" EPI 1000. Some people even stacked two pairs on top of each other to simulate the 1000's omnidirectional effect.
In my experience, the 202 and 250 do a wonderful job of filling a room with high quality sound. I sold my pair of 202s, and missed them so much I bought a sheet of 1" MDF and sourced some local true 1" by 1" oak in order to build this replacement pair.
Specificationsphoto/top - crossover schematic - order parts
|Dimensions:||25" x 15" x 15"|
|Response:||38 to 20k Hz|
|RMS Power:||25 to 125 watts (very conservative rating)|
|Crossover: 1800 Hz||ACC 004 C||$44.00 each|
|Two 8" woofers||PRO 001||$76.00 each|
|Two 1" air spring dome tweeters||PRO 002||$69.00 each|
|Complete rebuild kit||K-202E||$673.00 / pair|
|Built:||1976 - 79|
Crossover schematicphoto/top - specifications - order parts
7 Kelsey Road, Lee, New Hampshire 03861