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    Alan Fletcher
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    LX-4 Network Caps/Rework?

    Greetings all...

    The saga continues with my Lancer/Athena 99 debacle. I've decided to hold off on doing anything with the rattling left-side LE-14a driver, as it seems to be behaving better with more use.

    And so, last night I decided to pull the other LE-14a and rotate it to its correct position. While I had the driver out, I decided to pull the aluminum cover plate off the LX-4 xover. Curiouser and curiouser. What I saw was not really that surprising, a couple of paper caps and a couple of xformers, with something else living behind these items which I could not see too clearly.

    So, after all this drivel, on to the question... could these benefit from a re-cap?

    Thanks,

    -Alan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Fletcher
    could these benefit from a re-cap?
    Absolutely!

    Some might argue the LE20 isn't worth the trouble but I'd do it anyway.

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    Alan Fletcher
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    Ok, why would the tweeter not be worth it? Garbage in, garbage out, right?

    Where can I get the values? I don't think they are marked on the caps... is there a schematic available?

    -A

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Fletcher
    ... is there a schematic available?
    http://manuals.harman.com/JBL/HOM/Te...THENA%20ts.pdf

    John

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    Alan Fletcher
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    Thanks, John.

    I would've searched for hours and still not found that!

    Thanks a million!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Fletcher
    Thanks, John.

    I would've searched for hours and still not found that!

    Thanks a million!
    Thanks to "former" member Giskard for posting those links, (may he rest in peace...)

    John

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    Alan Fletcher
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    Woah...

    A moment of pause... Literally.

    My sincere condolences go out to Giskard's friends and family, from the East Coast.

    I had no idea...

    -A

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Fletcher
    Woah...

    A moment of pause... Literally.

    My sincere condolences go out to Giskard's friends and family, from the East Coast.

    I had no idea...

    -A
    NO, no, no - all I meant was "May he rest in peace, (from the stress of the forums for a while)"!! I have it on good word he is not yet "dearly departed"...

    John

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    Alan Fletcher
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    oh.

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