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  1. I just picked up a pretty beat up set of KP-301’s. I have completely disassembled them and am sanding/ filling the cabinets to get ready for paint. They have 2 different crossovers. Speaker A has a KP-3.0A crossover while Speaker B has a KP-3.0B crossover. Both speakers have the correct K-79k tweeters and K57-k squawkers. Speaker A has the original K-48k woofer while the other has a JBL E140-8, which I plan on replacing . Does anyone know the difference between these 2 crossovers and if they are compatible and which one is the correct one for this speaker. The serial #s are 90012825 and 8932325 respectively. Thank you in advance for any information. Cheers!
  2. I'm in the process of replacing the Dayton 1% caps in my Heresy and I noticed a couple things. The first thing I noticed was that the input terminal scres were loose. I'm not sure how that affects the performance, but one might think it creates a poor connection, regardless I made sure they were tight. Second thing I noticed was this discoloration on one of the coils, so I thought I'd ask the pros here @JEM Performance @Deang, any thoughts? Is this ok or should it be replaced? Maybe hard to see, but it appears to be a blackish color. Thanks.
  3. I have decided to embark on a Heresy Restoration/Rebuild project, estimated cost to be ~$1500 I found a pair of Heresy I cabinets on e-bay, the condition and the finish looks good. Crites has all the needed drivers and X-Overs, along with the risers. I used Crites for my Forte II (1989) modifications (X-over and tweeter diaphragms) and was very pleased with the results. Is there anything else to consider? Do I need to seal the cabinet seams?
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