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Old 3rd April 2010, 04:02 AM   #1
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Default Klipsch SW15 Series II schematics wanted

Looking for schematics for the old Klipsch Subwoofer the SW15 Series II

Mine had some slight hum and other odd noises. found the +15V regulators was oscillating, replaced both the + and - regulators and the post 1uf caps and now it's dead silent and works great. but just in case would like to have schematics.

Anyone have any info on these. the woofer is really really heavy duty. looks like an RCF possibly. cast aluminum frame, huge magent, rubber surround. very nice. I was quite surprised.

The amp is well built class AB with Nichicon Muse caps throughout which was a surprise also. Looks like a decent power amp section but only 200 watts. I bet that woofer could easily handle a 400-500 watt amp. might be fun to swap in a class D amp section!
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