18 user reviews on Celestion Ditton 66 Studio Monitor. Today, the super tweeter and hemispherical dome midrange of the Ditton 66 Series II demonstrate the talent of a large enclosure to reproduce indifferently the . 8 items Find great deals on eBay for Celestion celestion ditton Shop with confidence.

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Results 1 to 10 of Here’s a little mystery,the crossovers are different in the caps fitted,the mid uses a pye 24uf and an 6uf elcap electrolytic,total value 30uf. How does it sound? We wanted to raise the crossover point as we knew it would benefit the dome and the woofer would allow it.

Smooth and detailed with an extended frequency response and felestion listenable. For this speaker it would have meant 6 dittno channels 3 stereo amps. They are in excellent condition. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. I doubt you will find a nicer pair of these.

All user reviews for the Celestion Ditton 66 Series II

Post 4 of 5. Attention you will pour. Last Jump to page: Don’t get me wrong, I can still quite enjoy small-ish loudspeakers, as long as they’ve been voiced to sound musical, and not falsely ‘hi-fi’. On the subject of lining with steel panels, we my old company did some work with Royd Loudspeakers as a manufacturer some twenty years ago building prototypes in solid hardwood for a new range of theirs and he insisted on steel panels on the inside of the cabs to ‘balance the sound and more importantly according to him to – speed up the transients’.


Nice pair indeed, too bad the tweet screens are missing They only need an handfull of watts to boogie: These have been in storage for about a year now.

All user reviews for the Celestion Ditton 66 Studio Monitor

It also does the same job with the Lockwoods upstairs in a much smaller room. An active implementation for the bass network has advantages that are well known.

Our members also liked: However, giving up their sources and an amp, very musical and ran for the drivers properly. Celestion Ditton 66 is a speaker that many enthusiasts have refurbished.

It’s nothing to do with size though done right you’ll get higher SPLs from a bigger speakerbut everything to do with implementation. But this was on much, much heavier, solid kiln-dried ash hardwood 18mm thick cabs which is in complete contrast to the lightweight particle board used on the Celestion cabs.

Originally Posted by Marco. Fully active – this is a very popular option amongst DIYers. For hifistes, ditotn, they are connected to a receiver prampli Yamaha AX which dlivre Watts continuous or RMS is as desired.

But anyway, all in all they are okay, I balance everything with my Jamo. And it’s a pity, because if they didn’t have that disadvantage I would still have them with me. It’s true that with a mid-range 5.


I’m not exactly sure, Shane. A real gem my eyes Did you find this review helpful? Tweeter and mid network. All the original drivers had been replaced with new drivers that its owner hoped would work well.

The 66s have got bags of presence and dynamics, celeation unlike many modern speakers, they don’t need thrashed to within an inch of their lives before coming alive! Sep 10, at 1: Your username or email address: It was a small unknown at least to me and extremely dynamic brand: However, to preserve the operation of the passive radiator, the amount of lining is limited.

Celestion Ditton 66 recap

Tear down these walls; Cut the ties that held me Crying out at the top of my voice; Tell me now if you can hear me. Even at the very low listening levels Celestiion currently playing music at one click from zero on the stepped attenuator of my Croft preampas Del’s asleep upstairs, the lounge is still being effortlessly filled with music.

Celestion Ditton 66 recap.

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