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soundfan 14th October 2005 05:09 AM

WTB- KEF B200 SP 1014 woofer
Hi all,

I need a KEF B200 SP1014 woofer for my IMF Super Compact speakers.:bawling:

One of mine died last night and my local repairer tells me it is beyond repair.

The B200 came in many variants- I only am interested in an SP1014.


Chris in Australia

Alfetta87 4th November 2005 08:54 AM

Can find it on ebay

Check the UK eBay, you can find there on a regular base:

But also in eBay France (.fr), Germany (.de), the Netherlands (.nl) or Belgium (.be).

I found some on ebay Belgium, for 25/ pair!
Will not give them away though :D

Good luck.
Dan (Alfetta87)

soundfan 4th November 2005 09:22 AM

Hi- are you sure that those are KEF B200 SP1014?
There are a few variants of the B200 and I search ebay every couple of days.(admittedly I only search for items that will be sent worldwide.)
I have not seen the 1014 type that I need.


planet10 4th November 2005 10:58 AM

1014 is the most common B200 by a long ways. Most you see that come up will be those.

The local dealer has at least a couple, but he is happy to sit back & wait for someone with a set of broken Saras to come in and willing to pay the $100 CAD asking (each).


soundfan 4th November 2005 11:10 AM

Thanks Dave,

I will keep waiting, have yet to see a SP1014 and have been looking for about 2 months.

No hurry,
I want one for my IMF Super Compacts (for our bedroom system)

enjoy your weekend


Alfetta87 5th November 2005 04:34 PM

KEF for sale in the Netherlands
Check this website (, it's a sales site about anything, in dutch, not like eBay though, but you have to offer some amount.
Check "Audio", then "Luidsprekers", then check "Kef": there is a pair of B200/SP1014 for sale ( 80,-).
If you're interested, click on "Neem contact op met adverteerder" to get in contact. You can write in English, most of dutch people speak Shakespear's language well.

Another matter about your setup: ant 200mm, as well as the famous B139 bass driver from Kef have a resonance frequency of 25Hz. Means in a IMF transmissionline (tuned to 25Hz), any other Kef driver would work. The only thing that changes between the drivers is their Q factor - which is (according to old Kef data sheets) 0.51 for the SP1044, but a SP1022 (Qts 0,41), a SP1039 (Qts 0,45) and the SP1063 (Qts 0,44) may work fine as well, the bass might be even mor tight. Avoid the SP1054 which has a Qts of 0,23 which is just fine for Bass Reflex or horns.

Juts try it, all of them sound close also in the midrange with the same Crossover.


AndrewT 5th November 2005 04:53 PM

Hi Soundfan,
I have a pair of brand new old stock SP1014(B200) here at home. Still in their original styrene packages and glossy printed wrappers.
Email me with an offer.
I also have a pair BNOS SP1032 (T27)

ANTHONY2181 5th November 2005 06:31 PM

Hi Andrew,

How much do you want for the T27 s ?



AndrewT 6th November 2005 06:21 AM

Hi Anthony,
the post to herts will be a bit cheaper than oz.
Email me,

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