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  1. replace the polyfill with R19 fiberglass insulation, it makes a huge difference.
  2. look for the A100 I/A150 I/A200 woofer. (if you have series I) Or A100 II/A150 II for series II< and A100 III/A150 III for the series III.
  3. I'm surprised anyone feels the CFT3 tweeter in the T830 is capable of producing better sound than the CFT5 in the T930. And the T830 woofer vs the T930 woofer was night & day to me. All of the components in the T830 were sub-standard, in my opinion. I've heard similar comments in other forums though, so what do I know? Scott
  4. The CFT 1 was a more natural sound (similar the SEAS tweeter but not identical), where as the following CFT 5 had a little depth added in the faceplate, which boosted some frequencies making it a brighter sound. Scott
  5. Hi Steve!! SEAS 241 used in A70 I, A100 I, A150 I, A200 CFT 1 used in A70 II, A100 II, A150 II, A400 CFT 5 was used in A100 III, A150 III, A1000 I/II, T930 CFT 3 was used in the A60, T830 and I forget what else. It was not a great tweeter. These were the primary models, I may have missed some. Scott Sislane
  6. I know a lot about the history of BA speakers. What do you want to know? Scott
  7. yes, they glued the boards down using hot melt. Maybe use a putty knife and rubber mallet to remove them. Scott
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