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    cleaning networks?

    I've C56 speakers in good working condition.
    Upon close listening, however, the left speaker is a bit cleaner and louder than the right one.
    I wonder if I can expect the same tone when I clean this old, aging network of LX10.
    What do you think?

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    How do you 'clean' a network? I understand checking for cold solder joints but cleaning?



    Quote Originally Posted by pyonc View Post
    I've C56 speakers in good working condition.
    Upon close listening, however, the left speaker is a bit cleaner and louder than the right one.
    I wonder if I can expect the same tone when I clean this old, aging network of LX10.
    What do you think?

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    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbullet...er-help-needed

    Probably the L-pad (which one can "clean" or potentially replace if really bad) or the 175 driver, which would be unfortunate.
    Possibly the capacitor. Not a particularly complex crossover.
    Would be pretty easy to swap crossovers between cabs to isolate the issue.

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