However, I am very reluctant to interfere with the original crossover while experimenting, due to the fact that I actually enjoy the current sound immensely. Therefore I plan to build a new x-over from scratch to test out different parts, alhough I'm not going all-in budgetwise (as in Duelund or Jensen parts) but will stick to low-key parts like Jantzens.
Dan implemented it like this, with a lot of Jensen coils and caps:
One variation of this, is to use a cap of higher value (6.8uF instead of 4.7uF) as the primary capacitor on the HF part; according to Hans Hilberlink of the Tannoy website, this should bring the sound closer to the sweet and open midrange of the old Tannoy Monitor Gold speakers.
|1||6.8uF 800V 2%||Capacitor||Jantzen Silver Z-cap|
|2||6.8uF 800V 2%||Capacitor||Jantzen Superior Z-cap|
|1||3.3uF 800V 2%||Capacitor||Jantzen Superior Z-cap|
|1||1.5uF 800V 2%||Capacitor||Jantzen Superior Z-cap|
|1||4mH 5% rdc-0.09 10% wire-1.6||Coil||Jantzen C-Coil|
|1||2.2mH 5% rdc-0.10 10% wire-1.4||Coil||Jantzen C-Coil|
|1||.7mH 3,870Ohm 0,30mm||Air Coil||Jantzen C-Coil|
|2||22R 10W 5%||Resistor||Jantzen Mox Resistor|
|2||10.0R 10W 5%||Resistor||Jantzen Mox Resistor|
|2||1.0R 10W 5%||Resistor||Jantzen Mox Resistor|
|2||4.70R 10W 5%||Resistor||Jantzen Mox Resistor|
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