I recently picked up a pair of sp1500 speakers to mess around with. I want to practice soldering new caps etc into the crossovers and then give them to my daughter.
The caps that are in there are 2.2uf 25v, 6.8uf, 22uf,47uf, all bi-polar. I was going to buy daytons or sonicaps, but when I looked up the bi-polar caps at parts express there was a review that said " if your speakers have these capacitors in them they can't handle anything better" .
Could someone that knows more than me about this stuff ( that would be all of you!!) let me know if that is the case and explain why? The bi-polar caps are dirt cheap but I don't mind spending more if I can use daytons etc. thanks!