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Old 15th February 2020, 10:29 PM   #11
Galu is offline Galu  Scotland
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Hope this schematic shows up in sufficient detail. Note, upside down compared to the photo!

Nope, it didn't!
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Old 15th February 2020, 11:27 PM   #12
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HEHE!. Thanks. Heres speaker 2. Ill find some time to check inside.

I am liking the music fidelity more and more. How would it go with these speakers?

Too bad Im el broke-o for the time being.
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Old 16th February 2020, 03:02 AM   #13
boswald is offline boswald  United States
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Don't change a thing.
If you must mess around, keep these as a reference and play with something that's not working right, or that you build from scratch.

This is a fine implementation of some very good, if a bit unusual drivers.
Kind of a smaller Spendor BC1. See Troels Gravesen's study of the Spendor and particularly the 1300 tweeter(the lower one).

I have the 1300s in Celestion Dittons, and they are something special, ColesAcoustics still make a version of them(and that supertweeter) that I plan to try sometime when budgets allow.

If you want to make these sound better, work on your room and placement, add a bass bin or sub for the bottom end.
Leave these as they are until you have made a few speakers better at this size than these. The only thing that will hurt those caps is frying them with a soldering iron.

Enjoy them. And enjoy messing about with other stuff(that doesn't work right).
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