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35 minutes ago, Sancho Panza said:

Picture of Both AA Crossovers:

 

the inductor on the top left of the AA   must be checked in case the screw is magnetic ,  if it is , you must replace it with a non magnetic screw -

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2 hours ago, babadono said:

These are going to sound different/better than a rebuild with Crites Sonicaps? Really?


Perhaps not; but, they’re rebuilt with Klipsch parts, not Crites’.

 

Sonicaps are salvaged, and spoken for already.

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7 hours ago, Sancho Panza said:

Will also take clearer pictures, not satisfied with that one. Showing markings on caps.

You going to pull all the parts off the board and give them a good cleaning, possibly fresh coat of paint? Maybe new Barrier strips? Time is now I would think.

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15 hours ago, babadono said:

These are going to sound different/better than a rebuild with Crites Sonicaps

 

@wuzzer  stated that the Klipsch  capacitors sounded better than Sonicaps in  Heresy speakers with solder lug k55V -

 

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26 minutes ago, Sancho Panza said:

Closeup, showing markings on Klipsch Caps:

 

Ok, so, don't leave everyone hanging here, how do they sound? Any difference from the Sonicaps? Thanks!

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5 minutes ago, Pats3of4 said:

Those networks have some history!  I almost like the patina.  Think of the sounds played through those!

That's a very polite way to put it i was going to say something similar but refrained. They look like they might have been used or stored outdoors for quite some time.

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I had a set of Heresy’s I refinished that that had been spray painted.  I did everything I could to get the paint off.  They still had a black hue.  I clear coated them.  I liked the fact they looked like they had been through the suck.

 

I think it’s cool to know the history

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19 minutes ago, jjptkd said:

That's a very polite way to put it i was going to say something similar but refrained. They look like they might have been used or stored outdoors for quite some time.


Kinda; roof caved in, in the aftermath of a Hurricane, with the help of a tree branch.

 

Won’t reinstall, until renovation of room is complete.

 

Habanos & Cuban Coffee, is the best I can do. Doc sez lay off Cuban Rum, Cigars, & salty spices.

 

So, I sez, sez I, How’s 2 outa 3 Doc?

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