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Old 30th April 2004, 08:04 PM   #1
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Question Beyma CP25 Horn Tweeter

Hi,
Anyone had experience with the Beyma CP25 tweeter in the Klipschorn as a replacement for the Klipsch K77 or Electrovoice T35?.
After a long period I visited Al Klappenbergs site and found he is using this one without much explanation in the Belle. It's in the ES600t document.
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Old 30th April 2004, 09:28 PM   #2
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No real experience of CP25 in that kind of use, it is more of a PA unit, would use the CP21 instead but why not stick to the T35? The Beyma CP21 is clearly higher resolution and feels subjectively "faster" than the EV t35 but in the long run the t35 would be my choice even thou it might feel a bit to "soft" sometimes, or go for Fostex ft96h
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Question Beyma CP25 Horn Tweeter

Hi Ingvar,
I am using the Electrovoice T350 sine 25 years. I think the Klipsch K77 is BS.
I was curious why a Klipsch connoisseur like Al Klappenberger would replace the K77 tweeter.
With the Fostex ft96h I run into a sensitivity and crossover problem. Too high crossover, too low sensitivity.
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Thumbs up Beyma CP21/F

Hello,
The Beyma CP21/F is interesting as it has very good horizontal dispersion.
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Old 1st May 2004, 08:21 PM   #5
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Hi Elso
I like the E-Vs to but it seems T35/T350 is out of production, or at least out of stock in Sweden. The Beyma CP21 is indeed good, very similar to JBL 077, but with a ? added for consistency. The CP 21 was also available with titanium membrane, this was superb, not shure if still in production as agency for Beyma in Sweden has switched several times the last couple of Years
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