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    • Update: Today I finished this little restoration project by installing these Jantzen Cross caps.  One of the old caps was indeed slightly leaking, so that was the main reason for replacing them. Never having soldered before, I found it a little daunting, but all is fine. Probably not the cleanest soldering, but I double checked all connections and was very happy the speakers produced sound when reconnected!  It took me about two hours to do it and the total cost (caps and soldering gear) was about €40. The sound now is ok, first I thought that perhaps there was little less bass, but the sound is a bit more ballanced between the highs and the lows, sounds less mellow.   I would like to thank you all, who helped me and encouraged me to do this. Buying these Heresy I speakers was a wise decision. From the beginning, I wanted to do a minimal restoration, but these old caps needed replacement for safety reasons. So now they are good for another 50 years... 😀
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