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    Need advice on N-7000 crossover rebuild.

    Hi all. I am rebuilding the N-7000 crossovers on my Metregon and I was wondering what would be the best capacitors to use. There seems to be a wide range to choose from and I would like the best quality and still retain the original sound. It has 1.5 uf paper and wax caps now. I would like to know what type, brand and where I can get them. I would like to rebuild the LX5's also but the caps are encased in some kind of resin. What was the purpose for that and how do you work on them?
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    Solen Polypropylene Caps

    Hi, I'm very happy with the sound of Solen Caps on my 7kc xover, that I use with my JBL 077 tweeters.You can get them from Madisound for less than $5.00 a piece for the N-7000. Mundorf caps are a little better, but they are around $50 a piece!!! Solen's for the Lx5, would be around $10 or so a piece.-RUDY

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