Very nice! Mine are covered in a cloth that wraps around the speaker top to bottom. Not easy to remove.
Another nice one!
Crossover is an electronic circuit which splits the high and low frequency signals to drive different speaker elements each optimized for different frequency range output. In this design there is a woofer for the mid and lower frequencies but above 3k hz the tweeter handles the higher frequencies. The tweeter on this speaker is that shiny dot in the center, coaxial design.Thanks for contributing your photo, Ed!
That's two terms I don't understand, though I've heard of the first term.
Wow, thanks for the heads up. Will have to listen to that through my KEF'sLast night my wife and I went to a performance of the National Symphony Orchestra and I photographed the program this morning. It's very unusual that a major work would be on the program that I at least didn't know about. However, I had not even heard of the last composer, Casella, much less heard any of his music. His Symphony #2, which is very romantic in a style that reminds me sometimes of Saint-Saens, sometimes Strauss and sometimes Mahler, is being championed by the conductor because it is relatively unknown. The piece, which was performed in the Kennedy Center's Concert Hall, ended with a very large orchestra and the pipe organ playing full out. Such a great way to end a concert!
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