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SOLD *Price lowered $2K* KP-600's + KP-682's

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2 minutes ago, Pete H said:

I don't know, so I'm going to ask.  What are the specs on the KP600's ?  The 682's are just 2 18's , but what makes up the rest of it?  I did a quick search, but couldn't easily find the information.  

Ha, I was just doing the same thing....no luck. A few pictures but no horn model number that I can easily find.

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However, that spec sheet shows with 600 system KP-680 subs.  Those aren't listed here.  Ones here listed are KP 682's which are better and go lower.

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The one thing to consider with this system is outboard EQ.  I recommend an Ashly slider.   Or sell the Ashly crossover and get a digital crossover with EQ.  

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One the original spec sheets.  The first versions had the K-60-M drivers x 2 on a manifold for the midrange.  The later versions got rid of the midrange manifold and went to a 2" K-1132 driver.  That is the version listed here.

 

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9 hours ago, codewritinfool said:

I would love to have that setup. Any pony express headed west to STL? I’m serious.

Thata boy. Good for you. Hope you ****** em up. Hate to see these sitting here still for sale. 

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1 hour ago, Ave Bona Cornwall said:

Man, I'm only an hour away, but have no space for these beasts...or method of transport!  I know it's a year old post, but good luck with the sale.

Not sure if you've ever heard the KP 600, but the Khorns and Cornwalls combined still are no match to the quality and quantity that these produce and aren't that big of a difference in foot print when you add it all up. As far as transport: That's a one time deal. 

If these were closer, I would be replacing the MCM1900...or keep them all. 

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