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EPI & Epicure Speakers:
The EPI 500

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Here is a vintage EPI 500 restored to "better than new" performance with the installation of a complete set of new HUMAN Speakers parts.

My thanks go to Carl for sending the photo in - and of course, for keeping these great speakers alive.

The EPI 500 is a bit unusual for its era, being the first EPI speaker to break with the simple two-way "module" design. It was the first to feature a midrange, and also uses two twelve inch passive radiators, in addition to the classic airspring concave dome tweeter and a ten inch woofer.

I make improved replacements for all the parts in this speaker, including drop-in new tweeters or rebuilding the original units. I usually rebuild the woofers on their original chassis, but I can also make new woofers for the speaker from scratch.

Specifications

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Dimensions: 36" x 12" x 14"
Weight: 62 lbs
Response: 45 to 20k Hz
RMS Power: 15 to 250 watts
Crossovers:750, 3000 Hz
10" woofer (2" voice coil)PRO 019 (Rebuild)$82.00 each
PRO 031 (New)$92.00 each
1" air spring dome tweeterPRO 002 ME1$61.00 each
4" midrangePRO 025$35.00 each
Two 12" passive radiatorsPRO 023$47.00 each
Impedance:4 ohms
MSRP:880.00
Built:1973 - 81

Crossover schematic

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Key to Crossover Symbols and Component Values (in a new window)


(photos courtesy of Classicsstore.com - thank you)

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