Well, I finally got ahold of some 2A's. Got them home and found that the dimensional driver wasn't working on the left channel. So, changed it out with a spare 6510 and that wasn't the problem (uh-oh). Anyway, took the passive out and noticed a white wire connector just hanging there. Sure enough, there was an open spot so I put it back on. Slide right back off so I just tightened it up a bit. Then I thought I should check the other speaker, just in case. Opened it up and it looked the same. Figured all was good but I have a question about it. When I turn on the amp/pre together (12 volt trigger) the drivers move initially, like all my other speakers. Funny thing is, on the left channel both drivers move in opposite directions when it happens. On the right channel they both move in the same direction. Is this correct? The speaker wires are connected correctly, positive and negative. I'm wondering if someone else had a similar thing happen and put them on backwards.
I tried finding a pic of original crossovers wired on 2A's and didn't come up with anything. Guess my question is, does anyone know for sure how these wires get hooked up on each side? There is one white, one black that comes down from the dimensional crossover and hooks to the binding post crossover with spades. Do they both get hooked up the same or are they different, i.e. opposite on one side compared to the other? I know that crossovers on SDA are a little screwy which is why I'm asking.
I did look at the wiring schematic for the 2A and can't make heads or tails of it, not to mention they don't show a left/right schematic.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.