M&K Miller & KreiselMX-5000 mkII THX ULTRAM&K Miller & Kreisel MX-5000 mkII THX ULTRA Dual 12" Sub 400 watts TOLM&K Miller & Kreisel MX-5000 mkII THX ULTRA Dual 12" Sub 400 watts Top of the Line. THE REFERENCE FOR BOTH MUSIC AND MOVIES. -One owner in good shape purchased new in 2005. -Grill...750.00

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M&K Miller & Kreisel MX-5000 mkII THX ULTRA Dual 12" Sub 400 watts Top of the Line. THE REFERENCE FOR BOTH MUSIC AND MOVIES. -One owner in good shape purchased new in 2005. -Grill in great shape, cabinet has a few light scratches. Pics will be posted soon. -New surrounds on both drivers in 2013. -M&K's largest, most powerful sub 400watts RMS and response from 16-200hz +/- 3db. TERMS: Paypal and no Fees. SORRY NO SHIPPING. Local Sale Seattle area, South King County only. The sub is a 115 pound beast. PUSH-PULL DUAL DRIVER DESIGN WITH NEW SELECTABLE DEEP BASS EXTENSION The MX-5000THX Mark II produces true deep bass, with an in-room response flat (± 2 dB) to well below 20 Hz. Its dual 12" drivers produce a maximum output that easily exceeds THX requirements. Its ability to produce such high output levels, even in large rooms, without dynamic compression down to frequencies well below 20 Hz sets the MX-5000THX Mark II apart—with a lifelike power and authority that other subwoofers cannot even approach. The MX-5000THX Mark II now gives you an additional choice of bass response—one that is anechoically flat to below 20 Hz! This position means that in a room, the subwoofer will produce a rising bass characteristic below 30 Hz for a very powerful (thanks to the subwoofer's massive output ability) deep bass. And, of course, M&K's Push-Pull Dual Driver Configuration delivers a major improvement in bass detail and articulation by virtually eliminating even-order harmonic distortion and doubling the sound power per watt of amplifier power, for 6 dB of additional output! NEW: THREE LOW-PASS FILTER OPTIONS: VARIABLE M&K FILTER; BYPASS; 4TH ORDER LINKWITZ-RILEY (SAME AS THX) FILTER The MX-5000THX Mk II has switchable low pass filter choices. The first is M&K's standard variable 36 dB/octave low-pass filter, which is continuously adjustable between 50 and 125 Hz. The next option, for THX systems or Dolby Digital processors with built-in low-pass filters, lets you bypass the subwoofer's filter to use the control unit's internal filter. The MX-5000THX Mark II has a two-position subwoofer phase (polarity) switch. It has low level (preamp) inputs only. STATE-OF-THE-ART SUBWOOFER DRIVERS The MX-5000THX Mark II's performance would not be possible without its ultra-linear 12" fully magnetically shielded subwoofer drivers. Used only in this M&K model, they are capable of unprecedented clarity and musical articulation at all volume levels, including the ability to deliver thunderous dynamic playback at lifelike levels. Their design benefits from Ken Kreisel's nearly 25 years of subwoofer design experience, and among many other design elements, they include an aluminum shorting ring and M&K's “asymmetrical” voice coil (for lower distortion); plus a very long-throw high-power voice coil; a complementary long-throw dual-spider suspension system; and an extremely linear motor design. Available in a painted black oak finish, the MX-5000THX Mark II is 23.25" H x 15.5" W x 26" D. It weighs 115 lbs. Still more musical then most home theater subwoofers, fantastic impulse response hence the popularity in professional recording and production studios, The MX-5000 MK II THX ULTRA has set the performance standard for both the pro sound and home theater industries. The pro version is the undisputed reference standard for recording and film and video production studios. Just a few of the multiple dozens of pro users are: Dolby Labs, Disney, Lucasfilm, Sony Pictures, Goodnight LA Studio, Pioneer Video Manufacturing, DTS Corporation, O' Henry Studio, Enterprise Recording,FCC Advanced TV Committee, HD Vision Studios, NARAS (Grammy Awards), Motorola DSP Audio Labs, and Walter Afanasieff.