Yup. Each channel split up into three identical signals (essentially identical, there's always a bit of a difference). There's some filtering at the front end for RFI but, other than that, no signal conditioning across the audio range.
The webpage isn't complete. I have some content related to common mode rejection and resistor selection that I'd like to publish. I'd such a nice job of selecting resistors the CMR isn't easily measured.
on that other thread..over there... the one I didn't want comment on again as it is a garage sale item....it will be interesting to see what the scalas bring.
Horrible condition but of some value (?) due to age, for a very select individual; probably don't 'work'.
My opinion is that they will never be "restored" and shouldn't be
If they actually have 6 drivers and 2 crossovers that play music they might be a conversation piece in a large mancave owned by a Klipsch head
Otherwise a couple of hunds to the finder by donors as gratis only because they get a free trip to Hope
But, it will be interesting to see if they pop up in auction
Yep, Central Florida is a region.
South Florida with the ficus trees 40 ft tall beside the highway starts at about Pt St Lucie and I'll go ahead and call it the city of S. FL. It is one big metropolis.
Glad I had that 16 valve V8 so I didn't get run over! Loved driving over that elevated section somewhere near Miami that's like 40 feet above the ground, That's better than a long bridge that you can't see land in either direction
My opinion is your experience is very similar to mine. I could have tried harder to get my speaker and seat position correct so I don't know if it might have been possible but I just didn't work at it hard enough. Correct placement for the gentle slope network might not be the same for the ES.
Also, don't forget to look for other causes... look around the room... did furniture get added or moved around since you had the other networks?