Epos



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Epos was founded in 1983 by Robin Marshall. UK-based, Epos Acoustics designs and manufactures an affordable range of audio and home theater bookshelf and floorstanding loudspeakers, center channels, and subwoofers. Their new line of MI speakers are narrow in footprint and relevant in today's flat HDTV world. The new Epic series is reminiscent of older Epos speakers, but with all new designs and components.

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The Epic 1 bookshelf loudspeaker is rated from 51 Hz to 25 kHz with 88 dB sensitivity. The Epic 5 tower loudspeakers are rated from 45 Hz to 25 kHz with an impressive 92 dB sensitivity.

Read HomeTheaterReview.com's preview of the Epos Encore 50 flagship speakers.

Similar companies include Bowers & Wilkins, Mission, Mordaunt-Short, Tannoy and KEF.

Email: info@epos-acoustics.com


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