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padman 6th January 2013 08:24 PM

Castle chester upgrade
 
Thought I might throw this out there and see what modifications anyone has done with these speakers?

planet10 6th January 2013 08:43 PM

Pictures? I'm not familiar with these speakers.

dave

PeteMcK 7th January 2013 12:17 AM

seen this thread?:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi...-speakers.html

padman 7th January 2013 05:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PeteMcK (Post 3314042)

Hi thanks for the reply yes I have seen the thread, it really is covering replacement drivers their parameters etc.
My nephew has just bought a pair (his 1st real set of hifi speakers) I was wondering if anyone had worked on the crossovers/cabs/wiring etc. There is very little written about them anywhere on line except people who own(ed) them like them.

I know Winslow audio will upgrade with bespoke crossovers Morel caw 638 and scanspeak 2905 tweeters. This equates to a considerable cost.

As for pics next time I visit I will take some pics including crossovers.

Thanks Ian

sreten 7th January 2013 06:16 PM

Hi,

Most people would be very happy with a pair of Chesters
in original full working order. You would have to be quite
talented and know what you are doing to "improve" them.

rgds, sreten.

http://i28.servimg.com/u/f28/15/38/37/18/dsc03610.jpg

Inductor 8th January 2013 05:30 AM

Yeah, mission impossible.
I guess you can't find any "musical" wood anymore...
And old drivers might be in high demand/regard too?!
Plus must be difficult to tune a TL for a new driver, or the other way around.


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