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Old 4th January 2003, 11:04 PM   #1
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Question Mirage M1si x-over mods anyone?

Has anyone opened these black beauties up and "hotroded" the internal wiring or x-overs. I heard from a dealer yesterday that Mirage used cheap wires and caps?? The problem will be to take them apart, so i dont want to do this more than once... Just a nice safe upgrade . thanks chuck
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Old 6th January 2003, 02:05 PM   #2
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I did that on "Energy" loudspeaker (the one provided with Denon system). I found an improvement at the extreme end of the frequency range (30-200Hz and 10 000-15 000Hz). It is a funny project for a boring sunday afternoon
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