Rebuild

Dan Kelly

Member
2013-04-06 2:01 am
My speakers are crewing-vega PD-9's. I think they are close in spec's to D-9's. I bought them about 17 years ago from our base BX. I'm not sure if that helps. Can I see the xovers without tearing anything apart? If not, will they sound different compared to normal? Do I need to listen for any thing?
 

Dan Kelly

Member
2013-04-06 2:01 am
I'm kind of new wiht but isn't the xover in the cabinet? I'm not sure I can do that. I'm handicapped and I'm not able to do a lot. I don't get a lot of help with things like that. I'm best to take it to a shop. I have enought common since to know what I'm looking for, but to it is another thing or tell someone what to look for I can't do.
 
....remove the woofer ( care of the screwdriver near the cone....)
From that 'big hole' you can inspect what's inside
( 2nd warning : if the acoustic stuff inside is rock woll, wear some mask and gloves )
Make a sketch of all the connections before removing the phisical crossover.
The crossover is best outside the box, so no need to re-insert it after the modification.