KEF Cantor II

Cantor II (1981-83)

The Cantor II was a high quality bookshelf loudspeaker of good sensitivity intended for use in average sized listening rooms with associated electronics giving up to 50 watts output per channel into 8 ohms. This system was fitted with a KEF bass-midrange drive unit with a coated paper cone terminating in a PVC roll surround. Both drive units were fitted with generously sized magnet systems for a loudspeaker of this class. The closed box type of bass loading ensures good tolerance to subsonic signals, which are sometimes produced by record warp and turntable rumble.


System Type: Two-way, bookshelf/stand-mount

Enclosure type: Closed box

Size: 520 x 265 x 230mm (20.5 x 10.5 x 9 inches)

Weight: 7.75kg (17.15 lb)

Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms

Rated maximum power: 50W programme

Frequency response: 70-20,000Hz +/-3.0dB at 2m on design axis (-10dB at 40Hz and 25kHz)

Sensitivity: 87dB at 1m for a pink noise input of 1W (anechoic conditions)

Maximum output: 104dB on programme peaks under typical listening conditions

Finishes: Simulated walnut veneer

Grille: Textile

System: SP3005

Drive units: B200 bass unit (SP1070), T33 tweeter (SP1068)

Crossover: SP1108