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The specs sheet for rf-82ll says the tweeter is a compression driver, is it the same design used as in the rf-7ll but just in a smaller size? 

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Difference between the older versions RF-7 & RF-5:

 

I believe a 9.6 oz magnet compared to a 22 oz?

 

 

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On 10/29/2017 at 2:34 PM, Rayman said:

The specs sheet for rf-82ll says the tweeter is a compression driver, is it the same design used as in the rf-7ll but just in a smaller size? 

Look on reconingspeakers.com.  It has a number of the assorted Klipsch drivers so you can compare differences.

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On 10/29/2017 at 1:34 PM, Rayman said:

The specs sheet for rf-82ll says the tweeter is a compression driver, is it the same design used as in the rf-7ll but just in a smaller size? 

no they are not the same not even close the RF82 ll in comparison to the RF7 which is a pro comp driver. The new series of Klipsch is even worse. The times they have a changed. Here is a photo of the RF82 ll driver at parts exchange they have lots of factory parts in  stock.

http://reconingspeakers.com/?s=klipsch+rf82+ll&post_type=product

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