-KK Sound DXD12012 (MX5000 Mk3) Subwoofer Black (Ex Display)

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  • -KK Sound DXD12012 (MX5000 Mk3) Subwoofer Black (Ex Display)

-KK Sound DXD12012 (MX5000 Mk3) Subwoofer Black (Ex Display)

The Ken Kreisel MX-5000 mk3 subwoofer has dual 12" drivers of the "High Velocity Deep Bass" type which will give you fast, dynamic, strong and deep bass

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The Ken Kreisel MX-5000 mk3 subwoofer has dual 12" drivers of the "High Velocity Deep Bass" type which will give you fast, dynamic, strong and deep bass. This is the trademark of Ken Kreisel where bass is performed with extreme control and depth, even when pushed very hard. The drivers are configured in a Push-Pull design and it basically means that the externally mounted woofer is firing outward into the room; the internally mounted woofer is firing into the cabinet. Conversely, as the externally mounted woofer is firing into the cabinet, the internally mounted woofer is firing into the room. This firing arrangement cancels reactive forces in the woofers and also drastically reduces even order (particularly the 2nd order) harmonic distortion. This allows a considerably higher clean output than a conventional firing arrangement.

The KK MX 5000mk3 is powered by the brand new and beefy Claridy amplifier which is a 750+ watt (2200W peak) Dual Push-Pull Cross-Coupled Monoblock Claridy Class D amp. It has gone through some extreme benchmark tests over the two years development which will give customers many years of failure free use, even used under a lot of stress over a longer time.

The Claridy amplifier offers both XLR and RCA connections and with XLR you can pass-through the signal to the next subwoofer if you are going to use Ken Kreisel's 3D Push-Pull-Pulsar concept. Variable phase, gain control, internal crossover and auto-on features are of course on-board.

If you are searching for the optimal system within the world of bass, the 3D Push-Pull-Pulsar concept has to be it. To achieve the Push-Pull-Pulsar system you will need to stack 2 or 4 subwoofers and every second subwoofer will be turned upside down. In a configuration like this you will achieve a mechanically resonance free system which will improve the sound quality and gain headroom for the most bass demanding minds out there.

The KK MX-5000 mk3 subwoofer drivers are Ken Kreisel Professional Sound low-mass long-throw High Velocity Deep Bass design using a very strong long fibre pulp blend cone material for maximum strength and rigidity and minimum mass with a specialized coating treatment on the front of the cone. The dust cap is also made using a long fibre pulp blend with a specialized treatment on the front. The combination of cone angle and dust cap diameter, shape and geometry have been selected for near perfect piston emulation and maximum cone area for efficiency, and controlled high velocity characteristics in both inward and outward directions.

The carefully designed, shaped, and custom moulded surround is made from a select NBR formulation (NITRILE RUBBER-acrylonitrile-butadiene copolymer) for minimum mass and maximum linearity and ideal "silent high dynamic motion" characteristics plus excellent thermal stability. It does require some initial driver "break-in time" for best performance, usually several hours of very heavy use.

The spider is made using a special blend of cotton and pure NOMEX for extreme linearity and low mass and high strength and durability.

The magnetic structure uses an optimized undercut T-style pole piece design and optimized aluminium shorting ring, all for maximum magnetic field linearity and symmetry for reduced distortion and controlled driver inductance.

  • Double Push-Pull 12" High Velocity Deep Bass drivers
  • 750+ watt (2200W peak) Dual Push-Pull Cross-Coupled Monoblock Claridy Class D amplifier
  • Frequency response: 20-200Hz
  • XLR and RCA connections
  • High quality MDF enclosure
  • 3D Push-Pull-Pulsar stacking concept
  • 5 years warranty
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    Warranty information for Ken Kreisel:

    Ken Kreisel products are designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. However, if something does go wrong with the product we are here to help. From your date of purchase your product is warranted against faulty materials or workmanship for a period of 60 momths on all Ken Kreisel products.

    This guarantee applies to all Ken Kreisel products including subwoofer, speakers and subweoofer kits. Providing you with peace of mind and the assurance of premium Quality.

     

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