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T.H.E. Show Newport Beach 2015 Report
The Home Entertainment Show 2015
Emerald Physics, DSPeakers And Exogal

Emerald Physics, DSPeakers And Exogal

  Emerald Physics room had their entire system, the whole kit and kaboom is priced at less than $3799! Holy cray amazing sound for the money. Fun system! Whilst retail price of the system is $5900, their Internet direct price thru Underwood HiFi is $3799.


Emerald Physics, DSPeakers And Exogal   Emerald Physics, DSPeakers And Exogal


Emerald Physics KCII open baffle controlled dispersion loudspeakers have custom Dual 10" Emerald Physics woofers with their 8" 'Godzilla' point source midrange/tweeter in a full open baffle design. It uses a full range crossover in a truly stunning new design. They can be wired single, bi- or tri-amplified and are shown in the optional Red Burl Tri-coat automotive finish ($2495 per pair in powder coated black MDF). The speakers were being driven by the Emerald Physics EP100.2SE Special Edition 100 watt/ch hybrid digital amplifier ($2200) with Emerald Physics designed analog power supply. The stereo amp can also be operated in mono to produce 275 watts. Lastly, DSPeaker Anti-Mode Dual Core 2.0 ($1200) was being used as a preamp, DAC and room correction device.


Emerald Physics, DSPeakers And Exogal


DSPeakers' new DSPeaker X4 room correction four channel preamp/DAC ($3500) is a step above the Anti-Mode 2.0 with 24-bit/192kHz processing, DSD playback, larger internal power supply, more inputs and new patented headphone circuitry. The X4 also features a new and patent-pending automatic subwoofer integration technology. Lastly, they announced being the United States of America distributors for Exogal products from Minnesota. The Comet DAC ($2495) joins their Ion stereo power amplifier that produces 125 wpc (250 wpc @ 4 Ohms).


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