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ALK ESN-500 for MWM (or dual K-33 systems).....Auricaps, New Lower Price

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These were designed by ALK specifically for Klipsch dual K-33 systems like MWM based systems, or DIY DBB based systems (like Forum member JWC designed).  They were never on his website or sold publicly.  He designed a few networks for people with special applications, and these are some of those.  I built the main boards and ALK built the ES5800s.  Those may be the only Auricaped ES5800s on the planet.  

 

Anyhow, these are the "land of Auricaps".  They are around 10 years old and cost me a pretty penny.  They have been covered their entire life and are clean.  I ALWAYS had the supplier hand match the pairs of caps when I built networks in an effort to have accurate L / R channel matching.  The values are written on the caps from the supplier.

 

These boards are big.  For reference they are sitting on a spare pair of 684 subs.

 

I would consider selling the ES500s and ES5800s separately.

 

The pics are fresh.  I just took them a few minutes ago.

 

My prices (pairs):

 

ES500s = $795  New Lower Price!

ES5800s = Sold

 

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I've heard these babies sing more than once on dbbs and mwms  Very nice parts.

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Considering the components used, that is some seriously good value. Best of luck with your sale. 

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Well now we are down to just these.  2-way networks.  ES5800s are sold.

 

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Those cross over at 500hz? Did you use those with MWMs?

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Yes.  Before I went digital I used those networks on my MCM setup.

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