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 on: June 06, 2017, 10:04:37 PM 
Started by Prune - Last post by trinhsman
They should come out fairly easily.  They will be stuck to the cabinet, because of some mastic type material.  The technique I used was to remove the screws from the speakers.  Then take an allen wrench that will go into one of the screw holes.  Since the allen wrench is L shaped, you can get it to hook under the hole and pull gently.  Don't force it too hard, but pull.  Once it starts to move, you can then go around the speaker with a large flat blade screwdriver and pry it off.  Be careful not to mark the cabinet facing.

 on: June 06, 2017, 03:17:22 PM 
Started by Prune - Last post by Prune
Hi.  I need help removing the old drivers from my KII speakers.  They don't want to come out easily.  Any tips?  Thanks very much.

 on: June 06, 2017, 03:11:55 PM 
Started by Prune - Last post by Prune
Hi.  I want to replace the drivers in my Snell KII speakers.  Can't figure out how to remove them.  Can this be done easily?  Any tips?  Thanks very much.

 on: May 27, 2017, 11:38:37 AM 
Started by trinhsman - Last post by javilha
I can see on your pictures, that your E's still have the adjustable base. The 2 feet in the front of it, can be turned out, so that the cabinet can be held a little backwards, so the radiation of the units is pointed up to the listener. This will open up a lot and the sound will be very transperent. That is the meaning of that base. But it's not sure, that it will give the same benefit with the kef woofer and the J crossover. But try it anyway.  Smiley

 on: May 27, 2017, 07:14:23 AM 
Started by lawdogg - Last post by lawdogg
No, I did not use new adhesive, I simply re-assembled.  I hope that helps.

 on: May 25, 2017, 01:24:36 PM 
Started by trinhsman - Last post by javilha
There are maybe a good reason, why it works ok. The E and J org and 2, uses the same units and crossover, but the differenses is the size of the cabinet. The Kef woofer maybe has data, which is nearly close to the original Seas unit, used in J and E. Due the J cabinet, is 40% smaller than the E's, the crossover has to have some conjugate link components to avoid some tin can box sound in the midrange. This could be the reason it works ok. The port is tuned very deep, and should have a frekvency about 25hz, therefor a bit away from the resonans point for the Kef woofer. It probaly not got into work with the Kef woofer, because it is not going deeb enough to activate it......mayby.  Smiley  

 on: May 25, 2017, 12:32:49 PM 
Started by trinhsman - Last post by trinhsman
Actually, now that everything has had a chance to settle in, they sound even better.  Even my wife is amazed, and has said we should keep them.  Really not sure why this worked so well, because I am not an electronics expert.  Based on what I know about this, the speakers should have been a bit weak in bass and strong in the mods and highs.  They are not.  To me they are perfectly balanced. 

 on: May 25, 2017, 10:35:10 AM 
Started by trinhsman - Last post by javilha sounds weird.....I guess..... Grin* Tongue* Grin

 on: May 23, 2017, 12:27:17 PM 
Started by trinhsman - Last post by trinhsman
Here you go.  Not sure how they will show.  The other speakers are my trusty CIV's and Type C's

 on: May 23, 2017, 01:54:08 AM 
Started by trinhsman - Last post by leif2000
Do you have any pictures.. Please

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