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  1. Hello, I have KG 3.5 and KG 3.2 that I'm restoring. It's been convenient since these share the same crossovers and drivers. While troubleshooting a lack of treble in one of the 3.5's I swapped out the tweeter with one from the 3.2's and found the K-84 tweeter looked different, having 3 metal tabs. Anyone know what the difference is? The 3-tab version is also measuring open on the ohm meter, so they may be blown anyway. Thank you!
  2. Hi everyone, first message here. Would ask to you Klipsch Masters if replacing a pair of k-79-k with a pair of k-84-k is a reasonable thing to do on a Kp250. I got into a pair of kp250, but there are no tweeters and i can get a k84's pair for less than 100$. K-79-k it's about 200$ here in Italy. Thank to everyone that will help.
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