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    Biased Capacitors aka Charge Coupled Capacitors

    In the early 90's JBL began experimenting with biased capacitors. (Greg Timbers [James B. Lansing Sound, Inc.], Ed Meitner [Meitner Audio])

    Reference the links below:
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    Bypass capacitors have been a JBL standard for...

    Bypass capacitors have been a JBL standard for over 20 years now.

    Top of the line JBL loudspeaker systems such as the L250, 250Ti, and XPL200 employ 0.005 uF polystyrene bypass capacitors in...
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    Second generation N112 network as used in the JBL...

    Second generation N112 network as used in the JBL Model L112 12-inch 3-way bookshelf loudspeaker system.

    The 0.068 uF polypropylene bypass capacitors have been replaced with 0.01 uF polypropylene...
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    Second generation N110A network as used in the...

    Second generation N110A network as used in the JBL Model L110A 10-inch 3-way bookshelf loudspeaker system.

    0.068 uF polypropylene bypass capacitors in parallel with the mylar and N.P.E. main...
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    Original N110 network as used in the JBL Model...

    Original N110 network as used in the JBL Model L110 10-inch 3-way bookshelf loudspeaker system.

    No bypass capacitors.
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    Bypassed Capacitors

    JBL began "bypassing" the mylar and non-polarized electrolytic capacitors in their frequency dividing networks beginning with the model L110A loudspeaker system. These bypass capacitors were smaller,...
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