My brother-in-law asked me to do a restoration job on a pair of speakers of his from the late 70's called "Ultralinear". He was telling me how much he loved these speakers "back in the day" but they need an overhaul. One particular problem he is having is that they cut in and out on him a lot.
I'm sure the cutting in and out is some sort of loose connection, which could be repaired easily enough. But if I'm going to start ripping into them, it's probably wise to pull the crossovers and replace the caps and resistors.
From what I've read online these aren't really high end speakers, although they did seem to have a good following. From a value perspective, it doesn't seem like these are worth investing in boutique caps, so I'm looking for a recommendation on inexpensive caps to use instead of the typical Sonicaps and Clarity that we use on the Polks. Would Daytons fit the bill?