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    Klipsch RF7 MKII SE Designer
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    Amp : Marantz PM 11-S 3 ( Modified ) / SACD-DAC: Marantz SA 11-S 3( Modified ) / Networkplayer-DAC- Streamer: Marantz NA 8004 ( Modified ) / 2x Cayin Mono Tube Amplifier 929 D with Preamplifier 6DJ8, 12 AU7 ,12BH7A Tubes , rectifier 5AR4 Tube , Power amplifier GU 29 Tube with 2 tetrodes push-pull / Music Laptop HP ProBook 4540s / Turntable : Micro Seiki DQX 500 S / Tonearm Micro Seiki MA 500 / Phono Tube Preamplifier : SteinMusic with 2 x PCC 88 JJ Tesla / 2 x PCC 88 Valvo Tubes / Pick Ups : MI from Grado, Soundsmith , Nagaoka, Osawa / MC Benz Micro Gold / MM Audio Technica 220SLEA Shibata Version / Reel to Reel : Tandberg TD 20 A / Tapedeck : TEAC V 6030 S / Philips Audio CD Recorder 6002 / Panasonic BlueRay Player DMP - BD65 / TV Samsung Q7 ( 55 " ) / Headphones : Grado 325e / XLR & Cinch Cables : Wireworld,Kimber, Straight Wire, Mogami, Goldcable & Sommer cable Germany / Current and Speakercable : DIY by Lapp Cables Germany / Loudspeaker : Klipsch Ultra Modified " RF 7 II " ( Prototype & Unicat with German ViaBlue Aluminium Bi-Wire Terminals) and Modified External DIY Crossover ( Danish Jantzen /German Mundorf / German THEL Audio / German Jahn Silver Mica´s / German WBT Components )
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The first diagram is from the original RF7 MK II. This measurement diagram was published by the German Hi-Fi Magazine "Audio". First axial, the 10 degrees high, 30 degrees, 60 degrees and 90 degrees.

 

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The second diagram shows the measurement of my modified Queen RF7 MKII,  axial only.

 

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The third diagram shows the measurement diagram of an RF7 MK III. It was published by the English HiFI magazine Henley Audio UK.

 

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