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Schurkey... so this is what i need here?:
2 Dayton DMPC 100uF
2 Dayton DMPC 90uF
4 Dayton DMPC 33uF
8 Mills resistors 2.7 ohm
2 Mills resistors 1.5 ohm
2 Mills resistors ~1.75 ohm if available
2 Mills resistors 2.0 ohm
2 Mills resistors 2.5 ohm
2 Sonicaps 5.8uF
Binding posts as needed/desired. I'd install two per speaker in a heartbeat rather than hunt down an OEM blade/blade cable, if I didn't already own one.
Self-adhesive damping material (dynamat or equivalent; I used Partsexpress damping sheets but I don't remember how many--2 or 3. Four would be PLENTY.
I used rope caulk, available at any hardware store, to seal the drivers to the cabinets; folks are now tending to use gaskets cut from thin insulation/packing foam--Armacell brand???
Quality solder, hot glue for securing caps after installation
I want to make the order tomorrow morning. And you'll be able to tell me where they go?
Install all caps and all resistors so the leads solder to the same hole in the circuit board as the one you're replacing. Do one board at a time so you have one to compare to. If the leads aren't long enough, a short bit of insulated wire will extend the leads.
And I'll jumper the leads from the poly switch.
and I'll replace the 4 old tweeters with 4 new 198s.
Now still wondering what to do about the interconnect cable.
everybody here is so helpful. Thanks, I can use it!