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Old 15th May 2010, 10:52 PM   #1
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I just had a couple of questions about css products:

1.) Are there are plans to upgrade the SDX10 to MK2 status?

3.) I understand that the EL70 is 4 ohm. Would using a single driver for each speaker present any issues in being able to drive them from a basic surround receiver? How much power would be needed?

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2/ Should be fine. Just don't run 2 in parallel.

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Thanks Dave.

Hoping for an answer to the first question from CSS.
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Thanks Dave.

Hoping for an answer to the first question from CSS.
Hi,

Not at this time; we are considering a lower cost TRIO10 with pretty much identical performance. The market for 10" subs is not that large.

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Hi,

Not at this time; we are considering a lower cost TRIO10 with pretty much identical performance. The market for 10" subs is not that large.

Bob
Thanks for the response.

On another note, I'm planning a 5.1 system with either the CSS EL70 or Mark Audio CHR70 (1 driver per speaker) for a small room. I was thinking the SDX10 might be a good match but would it be worthwhile going to 12" or 15", or would this be overkill?
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