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Recommended Rebuild of JBL 4311 XO's
Recommended Rebuild of JBL 4311 XO's
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Old 27th August 2007, 03:33 AM   #1
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Default Recommended Rebuild of JBL 4311 XO's

After searching several forums, I found there was a good thread on this topic over at audiokarma.org a while back and I utilized the "improved original" option for the caps.

All I can say is wow, the speakers sound like new again, and since I never heard them new, they may be better than then.

Here's the thread if you're interested.http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=106180

Three of the four LPads were shot.

I have a fear these were probably giving my amp a hard time.

Highly recommended for any vintage L100/4310/4311/4312 owners out there who've not changed their parts out in the last 30+ years.

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