This isn't a Polk question per se but I've gotten so much great help from this forum that I thought I'd try here before signing in somewhere else...
I recapped an old old pair of Sony speakers (SS-580) for a neighbor not long ago - these are little 3-ways in nice wood cabinets - look like mini KLH or ARs of the late 1960s. When I got them they had no sound coming from the tweeters. After replacing the caps in both crossovers (one 1uf and one 2uf), they both have great soaring high notes but almost no bass - low notes are completely lost.
Now these are not heavy duty speakers or woofers, but I do seem to remember that they reached at least a little bit lower before. Could the recap have changed the crossover values? I used the same value capacitors. And both speakers sound the same so I didn't short anything out.
Thanks for any insight you may be able to provide,