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I've always had a problem to find crossover schema here.

So maybe .... One Ring to rule them all (or one thread ... no matter)

 

Index

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Cornwall B

Cornwall B2

Cornwall B3

Cornwall II

Heresy E

Heresy E2

Heresy HIE

Heresy II

Forte I

Forte II

Chorus

Chorus II

Quartet

KLF 20

KLF 30

AA

AK-1

AL-2

AL-3

Belle AB

Belle AB-2

Type A

K-500/5000

AK-2

AK-3

KG-4.2/4.5

KG-5.2

E-2

KG-5.5

 

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Jubilee k-402/k69 passive

KT-LCR THX MTM

RF-62

RF-62II

RF-3

 

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RF-5

T2A

KLF-20

THSR-2

CB-3B

KG-4

KLF-30

Chorus

Chorus II

Cornwall II

AA

AL-3

Type D

RF-7

AK-4

AB-3

AB

RF-3

KP-301 II

 

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Heresy II

Academy

Type C

Type D

T4000/T5000

 

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KP-201 type KP2.0A

Type AL

KG3.2/3.5

 

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KP-450

Academy

KPT-100

KPT-100D

KP-250

Klipsch woofers T/S data (direct: Klipsch Heritage woofer T/S spec)

 

 

Cornwall Type B

CornwallTypeB.jpg

 

Cornwall Type B2

CornwallTypeB2.jpg

 

Cornwall Type B3

http://forums.klipsch.com/forums/storage/3/495596/Klipsch_B3_network.pdf

 

Cornwall II

ciixoverschem1.jpg

 

Heresy I Type E

HeresyITypeECrossover.jpg.jpg.de23dfef3d3838f1059513d6430b10f4.jpg

 

Heresy E2

Heresy E2.jpg

 

Heresy HIE

Heresy-HIE.jpg

 

Heresy II, Tangent 400, (Tangent 500?)

 

heresyII.jpg

Forte I

ForteI.jpg

 

Forte II

f2.jpg

Chorus I

chorus1.jpg

 

Chorus II

ChorusII.jpg

 

Quartet

Quartet.jpg

KLF 20

KLF20.png

 

KLF 30

Lf30.gif

Notes:

* Updated Forte II network for correct schema. Thanks mustang guy for noticing.

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Heresy Type E-2

I didn't find E-2 schema so I've modified E schema. Correct me if it is not right.

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Edited by Bacek

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Edited by Arash

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Ok I have to ask the obvious...why did Klipsch change the Khorn crossover? From what I understand there was very little change with drivers they have used over the past 35 years other than a dalliance with EV for their midrange for a time now they are back with Atlas??

Maybe a good place to ask (again) what do people think the best Khorn crossover was and why?

Thanks

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Hello,

I am new here, and I am the proud owner of the Heresy III. It sounds marvellous with my SE 300B amps. But I was thinking about to upgrade the crossover filter (I did that before with my Tangent EVO E45, and in there paper in oil caps and Allan Bradley resistors). But I can't find here the scheme of the crossover filter for the Heresy III??

I hope you can help me with that. Is there anybody who has tweaked the filter maybe with beautiful caps and resistors??

Regards,

AJR

Holland

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Check with Bob (BEC). The H-III crossovers are built like a tank and they work very well, and I'm not sure that changing anything that new would have any real value. Just a thought.

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