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  1. Was it a drop in replacement, or did you have to modify the crossover? I don't want to have to mess with the XO if possible. Thanks
  2. I have a pair of Klipsch KLF 20s and I was curious if whether or not you guys knew of a genuine upgrade for the tweeter. I already have the crites ti upgrades. I'm just looking for something that has a bit bite to it. I just constantly feel like I'm missing something. I was just asking if anyone has used or heard of any good tweeter upgrades. Thanks for the response.
  3. Yeah, ohms is the unit used to measure electrical resistance.
  4. I'm probably gonna butcher this, but this is what I think it is; it keeps the impedance constant. When I say that it can either raise or lower the ohm rating that the amp sees. This will allow you to raise or lower the power that the driver receives. For instance: if the driver is rated at 8 ohms but the Lpad is set to 4 ohms than the amp is going to see 4 ohms and send 4 ohms worth of power. This is typically almost double the rated power of 8 ohms. This would raise the driver by 3 dB compared to the other drivers. If you want to lower the volume you would set the Lpad to 16 ohms. This would split the power sent to the driver in half, essentially lowering the volume by 3 dB.
  5. Honestly, I'm gonna regret asking this; but what are daves tweeters? I have never read about those. I have crites titanium tweeters so would it be a worthwhile upgrade?
  6. Long time lurker, first-time poster. Anyway, people have mentioned the A-55G from Crites. I used it as a drop in for my Klf 20s and it does sound a lot better. The distortion is incredibly low so the music always sounds quieter than what it actually is. It also images really well. Since my Klfs are on the skinnier side it made it even better that the driver makes it sound like I'm listening to a wider speaker. It also is a little tamer. By saying that I mean that it is likely that it is a few dB less than your current midrange in terms of sensitivity. Whether that is a good thing is up to you.
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