beovox 2200 6213 schema circuit crossovers

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    Jose
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    Hola, soy de España, estoy buscando el diseño schema circuito del crossovers de las Beovox 2200 type 6213, si alguien lo puede facilitar a mi correo personal estaria muy agradecido.Asimismo informacion de  las posibles mejoras realizadas.

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    Hi, I’m from Spain, I’m looking for the circuit schema design of the Beovox 2200 type 6213 crossovers, if someone can send it to my personal email I’d be very grateful. Also information on the possible improvements made.

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    Jose
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    And another question.

    I am making a change of tweeters in the Beovox 2200 boxes, Celestion 5″ woofer and I want to change for more modern tweeters from Philips ad0160, Audax, Seas,. Has any DIY hobbyist made these changes and modified or used crossovers to adjust to the new tweeters and their performance, ????

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    Jose
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    beovox ht 2200 6213

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    Jose
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    Hello again , I just want to modify the tweeters, the Celestion 4 ohm impedance, it’s a great speaker with 5″ woofer, equivalent to the Kef B110 sp1228 woofer, from the LS3/5A. The change of the Peerles tweeter of 4 ohms impedance, for other more modern and less directive dome tweeters, some of the philips ad0160, seas h107, audax models would be of another impedance value 6-8 ohms and cut equally between 2000hz and 5000hz , if the performance in dB is much higher, attenuate them with a two-resistor L-pad. I have found a circuit that may be from the Beovox 2200 6213 but it is not sure. Help for the modification. If anyone can help, it’s appreciated.IMG_20220423_124230

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