Spendor Classic 200Ti Loudspeaker Back To The Future

Back To The Future

The 200Ti has what company CEO Philip Swift describes as 'the heart, soul and style of the original Spendor Classics, but with advances in performance and appearance'. Its roots stretch back to the classic Spendor BC3, which sold from 1973 to 1984, and the original BC1 of 1969. The BC1 was notable for its use of a then-innovative 200mm Bextrene midrange cone, which was similar to the KEF B200. Above 3kHz, a Celestion HF1300 tweeter took over up to 13kHz, whereupon a 20mm Coles 4001 supertweeter handled the highest frequencies.


Delivering all this was a sophisticated 14-element crossover, but Swift says the crossover used in the new 200Ti is superior, thanks to the use of precision wound inductors and high-linearity plastic film capacitors to better integrate the drivers. 'Careful attention has been paid to ensure that the new loudspeaker presents an easy load,' Swift says, 'one that is compatible with a wide range of amplifiers, from powerful solid-state to the most esoteric tube designs.'

Spendor Audio Systems Ltd
East Sussex
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01323 843474