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    The Seas Milenium and Crescendo are drop in replacements except for maybe a resistor value to compensate for the extra 3db effec?
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    My understanding is the Crescendo sounds similar to the Millenium with even lower distortion...

    This would interest me next year as I further my audio adventure....
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    They look to be different enough to require a reworking of the crossover.Both are good tweets so even if they were direct drop in replacements I'm guessing any improvement would be marginal at best and not a cost effective upgrade IMO.

    Use the money saved to buy a cable cooker:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FTGV View Post

    Use the money saved to buy a cable cooker:)
    Why wait for an improvement in the cable cooker when you can buy cable lifters for instant gratification for less?
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    Playing a game of one- upmanship are we James?:tongue:

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    Him? Never!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FTGV View Post
    Playing a game of one- upmanship are we James?:tongue:
    I kid I kid. What's the wager now?

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    Him? Never!
    hehehe...yeah bud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    I kid I kid. What's the wager now?


    Actually the cable lifters are the safer bet as there is no risk of "over cooking".
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