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Old 28th November 2004, 08:38 PM   #1
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Default Diagram of B&W CM2

Do any of you have the schematic diagram of the crossover curcuit in the B&W CM2 loudspeaker?
I ask because I want to know which of the 2 caps (10uF and 4,7uF) is in the direct signal path to the tweeter.
I could take out the PCB but it is rather difficult and requires gynecologist skills to operate through the hole that appears after removing the bassreflex tube at the back side of the cabinet.

I wonder whether replacing the caps (yellow rectangular plastic caps, probably styroflex types) with paper-in-opil types may improve the sound.
And if it is possible to replace only one of the caps will reduce the huge cost of aquiring a pair of paper-in-oil caps.

;-) Torben
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