|24th June 2012, 12:28 AM||#11|
Join Date: Sep 2004
with as many parts and resistors on these boards. I highly doubt they would try and save the cost of another resistor LOL! but I get your point. I am replacing the inductors only because I am keeping the stock crossover boards intact and building new boards to replace the stock boards with. same circuit. same values. just new board, new parts.
The caps have a plastic core with a hex hole in the middle for winding. each end is exposed and you can see the layers wound up with solder sputtered on each end and then the wire with the loop soldered on. a thin wrap over the winding. im sure this is pretty normal inside of some caps. but these are just caps i have never seen before. not sure of the brand??
The stock PCB is double sided and very thick. the top side is a large ground plane. the bottom has very crude etched traces.
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