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Thanks Duke for your honest reply.The driver is this pro audio:http://lsv-achenbach.de/daten/beyma/bey_12G125.pdfThe inductance is at the botton left.
Do you think that peak between 2-3Khz is audible?
Thanks, Dave. The bass actually sounds pretty tight and detailed. But I suspect the peak around 900 is taxing the 8 watt power output. In addition to that, I just found out the manufacturer has overstated the sensitivity by about 3 db according to the measurements taken at the NRC. So the speakers I thought were 89 db @ 1 watt are really 86 db... I should have known better, oh well.
I have been reading this thread with interest. I just recently got into a low powered tube system. I have owned high powered tube amps and class A SS amps in the past so I am familiar with that sound. I recently replaced my equipment with a Chinese SEP EL34 8w tube amp and a Chinese tube preamp. I was looking to get a pair of Klipsch Cornwalls for speakers. These were above my affordability so I looked around and found some new high efficiency speakers from Tekton Designs. They are the Lore's. I can say I am very happy with this setup and can say the best sounds I have ever heard from my own system. I know the electronics are not top notch but I just want to post this for others, you don't have to spend a lot of money to get great music from low powered tube amps....
The Forte II worth to buy used due the bass performance from the Passive Radiator;
When ForteII was tested by Audio(germany) in the 1990s they say it was unbeatable in solo clarinet, so I think you will like to hear Acker Bilk.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4L4C5hKRS48
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