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  1. I have a pair of Cornwalls from 1983 and I am trying to identify all of the speakers it came with and the crossover network it is using. I am going to rebuild or replace the crossovers soon. I have attached some pictures. From reading the Klipsch History Guide found on here I have concluded the following. Let me know if you see any errors. The Tweeter is an Electro Voice The Woofer is An Eminecne K33 The Horn/Midrange has no markings. so I need help on this one. Also on the crossover there are some numbers but I cant find anything about them. Thanks for the help.
  2. I am in need of one original 'B' crossover. I will take a pair but really need just one. My Cornwall's are 1979's and I want to have original parts. Yes, a recapped x-over is fine, but my first choice is "as delivered from factory". Thanks, Jerry
  3. It's time to get back to some projects and get them finished, one of them is to refinish/upgrade my Cornwall 2's and I'm figuring that I should recap the crossovers but I have some questions. 1. Which network is this and is it a stock network? As you will see, it really looks like crap so if this is stock I'm open to suggestions on cleaning this up and making any cost effective upgrades while I'm doing it but the mess where the wires are terminated and the caps are has got to go.
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