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What value of resisters to reduce K-61-K's and K-76-K's by 5dB ?

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I've been cleaning up a pair of Klipsch Quartet's that I'll be powering with my Amps & Sound Classic Wonder single ended 6B4G triode tube amp. The squawkers and tweeters both run too high in comparison to the woofers, and I'd like to reduce them by about 5dB. Currently I have a pair of Heresy II's that I'm using $89 ALK Engineering transformer tweeter attenuators (set a -5db). What value of resisters can I use to accomplish the exact same thing without spending $89 a set?

 

Thanks,

Mike

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wdecho,

 

 

Do I just enter 8 ohms? Or do the K-616K's and K-76-K's have different values?

 

And if I do L-Pads, if 15 watt okay, or should I spend extra for 50 watt or 100 watt?

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Or you could simply shoot Bob an email or give him a call, i like using experts as long as they are living.

Explain to Bob what you wish to do, NO charge for great advice.

 

http://www.critesspeakers.com/

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Buy a 16Ω L-pad for the mid, and an 8Ω for the tweet.

 

Adjust until it works right, measure and replace with fixed value parts.

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