Just bought a pair of Polk Monitor 7Bs with SL2000 tweeters. I got a pretty good deal at $35, probably because one of the banana terminals in the rear was shorn off.
I have since purchased on eBay what I thought was a matching crossover. Ostensibly taken off a Monitor 7, it's labeled # BEO700-B.
After removing the broken original, I discovered the two are completely different in appearance.
I swapped out the crossovers today, hooked up the speaker, and it sounds fine to my ears.
The original crossover lacks a part number is. It's marked "July 23 '83" and nothing else.
I'm guessing that the BEO700B (dated "10-24-91.") is meant for a SL-2500. Can anyone confirm this?
I've attached a photo of the original crossover.
My next question is: if I were to upgrade tweeters with this crossover, would it be a RDO-194 or a RDO-198?
Thanks in advance for your help,