Mk.II Omen DW ClarityCap MR Upgrade Kit

Mk.II Omen DW ClarityCap MR Upgrade Kit

249.00

Designed for the easiest possible swap out. No soldering, minimal fuss. Omen Dirty Weekend Mk.II ClarityCap MR upgrade kit replaces a pair (left/right) of tweeter driver/high-pass network assemblies.

Once installed and smiling, send your old tweeter drivers assemblies back, along with the supplied tools, and we’ll refund you $110 - that’s just $139 out of pocket inclusive of shipping! (Those living outside the contiguous US can expect to pay more for shipping.)

These kits are made to order..

On Your Feet or on Your Knees (kitchen table or on the rug, yes this is a reference to BöC) these Omen Dirty Weekend tweeter/filter network assemblies can be easily installed in-home with simple screwdriver-level DIY skills - no soldering (or safeword) required. It should only take you an hour for the pair.

Includes:

  • 2x matched Eminence ASD:1001 tweeter drivers.

  • 2x matched high-pass filters (ClarityCap MR capacitors, mounted and wired up).

  • 1x Torx screwdriver.

  • 1x #1 square drive screwdriver (just in case, but you shouldn’t need this).

  • Return shipping label (US lower 48 only).

Sold as a critically matched paired set.

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The filter on the tweeter of the Omen Dirty Weekend Mk.II is a simple monopole, a single capacitor. The stock capacitor used is a decent polypropylene ERSE Pulse-X. Upgrading from this to the ClarityCap MR makes quite a nice difference, increasing the resolution of the treble while simultaneously making the sound more wholistic—relaxed, smooth, comfortably more vibrant and pleasurable.

ClarityCap MR upgrade consists of a new matched pair of tweeters with the ClarityCap MR filters attached and ready for easy installation:

  1. Read this list before you start.

  2. Remove the 10” full-range driver (8x Torx T-25 screw heads).

  3. Wiggle the Faston connections off the full-range driver tabs.

  4. Leaving the machined tweeter horn screwed into the cabinet, spin off the old tweeter and network assembly. The white w/black stripe “Negative” lead will be removed from the tweeter and installed on the new tweeter. No soldering required, it is a push button. Simply push down and install the bare wire end in the hole. The mesh screen goes in between the tweeter lens and tweeter. Place this on the tweeter prior to screwing on the lens.

  5. Spin on the new tweeter and network assembly into the machined aluminum lens.

  6. Connect the four Faston leads, red to positive (+), to the 10” driver. Typically the main harness leads go to the inner tabs, the tweeter leads go to the outer tabs on the 10” driver.

  7. Remount the 10” full-range driver.

  8. Carefully repack the old tweeters and network in the now empty package—damaged or dinged up parts don’t get a refund.

  9. Slap the supplied return shipping label on the box and drop it off at your nearest US Post Office.

  10. Enjoy.

  11. Get money back when we get your old, not dinged up parts.

  12. Continue to enjoy.

How to get money back for your old stuff

Nicely and safely repack the following:

  • 2x old tweeter drivers and their networks ($100).

  • 1x Torx screwdriver ($5).

  • 1x Square drive screwdriver ($5).

  • Slap the supplied return shipping label on the box and drop it off with US Postal Service.

  • Wait a week or two and presto, money hits you back in the account you originally paid with.