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Crites v ALK Crossover for Forte Is

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I love my Forte Is but I suspect I would love them even more if I refreshed their crossover.  I know Bob Crites' crossovers are a refresh of the original Klipsch design, while ALK's crossovers are a product of his own vision: I've also heard good things about both.  Could any of our gentle readers compare and contrast the Crites and ALK crossovers in action?  (And in case I've accidentally asked a "Do Balrogs Have Wings?" question, I really am not trying to start a flame war or cast aspersions on either.  I am just curious as to the differences between the two and how their differing approaches effect the sound).  



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