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Old 29th July 2008, 07:47 PM   #1
jutter is offline jutter  United Kingdom
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Default cambridge r40 crossover

Hi all ,ive just picked up a pair f r40 speakers, they sound ovely after hours of placin.i was thinking of uprating the crossover. when i opened up the cabinet i got greeted by some r50 crossovers, what i noticed is the t27 is connected to the coles hf area ,the b110 is connected to the hf/mf and the bass to lf.surely in this confiuration some of the audio spectrum is missed?can anyone suggest a crossover for this speaker ? i tried a kef concerto but lost the bass weight any help appreciated
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Old 9th August 2008, 10:00 PM   #2
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If you go to this link:-
http://vintage-cambridge-audio.googl...ocOGWUY90Yyf_g

you will see the crossover schematics for the R40 (& R50)...various jpg's are also available..

The R40 crossover can be marked as 'R50.03'...so slightly confusing...
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