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Vintage Kef speakers?

Discussion in 'classic' started by Cameron, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. Joddle

    Joddle pfm Member

    even more interesting - what did they do to drive the B139 then?
  2. Radfordman

    Radfordman pfm Member

    I think it was the low pass section the the Concerto crossover, but there was something else to keep bass out of the B110. I do not have the details.
  3. beathunters

    beathunters Tamalpais high-at about3

    personally listen to the 105.2 in front of me. best "big" speaker to me with precise soundstage ever, linearity and imaging. they were the reference (the ones the new stuff were compared to and used for amp tests) for the main hi-fi mags in france, and monitoring studios. simply amazing.
  4. Newboy

    Newboy pfm Member

    I still have my 104/2s bought some twenty odd years ago & they are still fabulous. Pete the Bus says look after them; not knowing my woofer from my tweeter how do I do that?


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