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    dieterj
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    Question BX63

    Hello Jbl Guys,

    Now I've finished my BX63 Network doityourself,

    but I'm not happy with the Resultat, because when the

    Network is In, the Sound is less dynamic and muddy

    Maybe the wima capacitors not optimal for Audio?

    Are People here, they've also build the Network?

    Thank's for Answers
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    dieterj
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    Inside

    Here is a Photo from the Inside.
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    "Are People here, they've also build the Network?"

    I don't know about the wima capacitors. I always used Electro-Cap metallized mylars with polystyrenes bypassing the high pass capacitors. These days I would charge couple the high pass section the same way JBL ended up charge coupling the high pass in the DX-1. The values are sufficiently small that I would use the best caps I could find.

    How much did the project cost you in parts?
    Back when I used to build them they were something like $25.

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    dieterj
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancer

    How much did the project cost you in parts?
    The cost was only 50$,
    I will try another caps.

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