T930 Series II
Posted 28 October 2006 - 03:03 PM
BA's design/engineering was extremely competent at that time, and the 930 was a very good, straightforward design. It had a gutsy, ever-so-slightly forward sound quality, solid bass into the mid-40's, and a relatively benign impedance that ensured good compatibility with mass-market receivers.
The Series II was identical to the original, except that the Series II inverted the tweeter and midrange (mid on top, tweeter below in the II), to improve its lobing characteristics. The Series II was intro'd around 1990, and stayed in the line until the VR20-30-40 floorstanding speakers replace the T Series (T830, T930 II, T1030) in 1994.
List price for the 930 and 930 II was $750/pr.
Posted 07 October 2006 - 10:29 PM
I am looking for information the Boston Acoustics T930 Series II speakers, any suggestion on sources?
We picked up a pair this afternoon.
Posted 26 June 2012 - 02:02 PM
T930 II specs
Frequency response: 42-20000Hz
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Sensitivity: 90 dB
tweeter: 1" CFT5 dome
Midrange: CFM 6 1/2" copolymer
woofer: 10" copolymer
Recommended Amplifier power: 15-150 watts
Crossover frequencies 350 Hz, 2500 Hz
Dimensions: 36 1/2" X 10 1/4" X 12"
933 X 267 X 305mm
Weight: 50 lbs. 23 kg
And from another entheisuast forum:
T930 II 90dB SPL 1W@1meter
Posted 08 August 2012 - 03:13 PM
The T830 also underwent a radical change in its crossover design (but retaining the original driver placement). I can’t remember if their was a model # change, but again, the audible differences were HUGE.
Regarding these very pronounced audible differences, I’m not saying which is "better". The best analogy I can give is comparing the AR3a to the AR 9/10/11 seies. Some prefer the "original 3a sound" to the newer ones. With no access to sales data, I couldn’t tell you if the "improved versions" did well or poorly in the stores. Off course, since I voiced the "improved" versions, I naturally believe the later versions were "better" ...LOL.
Of the three "towers", my personal favorite is the T830 (with the newer crossover)! It may not have the bass capabilities of its larger siblings but had the smoothest and most neutral sound in both the far and near- field. I’m theorizing it probably had better power response because of its smaller midrange driver. The 830 were also easier to move around for best placement. Add a powered sub and that would be MY ideal BA system for "stereo listening’ in it’s simplest form.
The irony of my post is I never OWNED any of the towers mentioned despite my "re-working" the crossovers ("voiced them"). Maybe someday!
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