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Old 19th January 2007, 05:45 PM   #1
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Talking looking for old ESX Amplifiers

Does anyone have any that were made by Zed Audio?
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Old 5th January 2010, 01:09 AM   #2
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I know someone local who has quite a few 'zed made' ESX
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They show up on ebay here and there. Were they not all Zed amps?
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Old 5th January 2010, 11:38 AM   #4
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Old 6th January 2010, 05:40 AM   #5
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Does anyone have any that were made by Zed Audio?
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ESX was conceived in 1996 and we built only one run for them and then they went belly up. The amps I designed for ESX were way too advanced for the car stereo market.
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Smile I knew that hehe..

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"ESX was conceived in 1996 and we built only one run for them and then they went belly up. The amps I designed for ESX were way too advanced for the car stereo market."



I have been inside the ESX amps and I saw nothing different from any other ZED amp.
Don't get me wrong the four channel I saw a few months ago was a fine example of ZED, down to the little hybrid black modules he used in Autotek, Hifonics and others, but all ZED and fairly typical.. I must of missed the too advanced part when I was repairing it
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Thanks for the note, 1moreamp. I was wondering what would have been so advanced.
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Old 7th January 2010, 08:07 PM   #9
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If you don't know the features on these amps, they can be confusing. There is one function that can't be changed while the amp is on. There's another setting that won't engage unless the previous feature is set to the proper mode. Without the owner's manual, it's difficult to know for sure if it's working properly.
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I have been inside the ESX amps and I saw nothing different from any other ZED amp.
Don't get me wrong the four channel I saw a few months ago was a fine example of ZED, down to the little hybrid black modules he used in Autotek, Hifonics and others, but all ZED and fairly typical.. I must of missed the too advanced part when I was repairing it
Cutra, you're not gonna take this are you ?

I had an ESX Q120.4. Very powerful clean amp ! You defenitely need the owners manual to know the settings. These amps are power hungry !
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