Well, I'm fortunate enough to have "inherited" a nice pair of 46's. The woofer surrounds are shot but I'm good with replacing these. I cut my teeth on a set of L112's that turned out well. What I want to do while I'm in the cabs is replace the caps. First, let me apologize for not having the schematic as an attachement.
Now I'm a much better "mechanic" than a "tech" so the function of x-over is a bit beyond my pay grade for sure. Anyway, my question is this -- what caps are the most important to the HF sound quality? Coming in on the pos. terminal the signal goes to a 7uF cap (C3 on the N46 Schematic) with a bypass and passes a 5.1 ohm R1, and on to the HF pos. tweeter connection. The other cap on the HF side is a 14uF unbypassed capthat is in line with the L3 inductor and bridges between the pos. and neg. HF paths to the tweeter........I know, very awkward expanation. My uneducated guess is that the 7uF cap is more critical to the sound quality but I'm really not sure. Any help is greatfully appreciated!!