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    Default sda 2 crossover

    does anyone know how to test the crossovers on sda2s. the tweeters work fine by themselves. when they are hooked to the crossover they stop. is there a way of telling what part of the crossover is bad or is there a test for the whole crossover. any help would be great
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    Depending on which model you have, check the fuses and/or the fuse holder. If there's no fuse, then you have polyswitches on the pcb of the crossover which most likely have gone bad. You can get new replacements from Polk.
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    Are they cutting out at higher volumes????

    I have a pair of SRT crossovers that came out with the same problem, they got leant on a bit hard one night on the turps and I am of the understanding it is an easy fix but just got new ones as they were still under warrenty.

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    brody05,
    do you know what the easy fix is? i looked for fuses and didnt see any. there are two seperate parts to the crossover, and i tried to reconnect them, thinking i could bypass the problem, but that didnt work. these speakers are old. they are 1980s circa, but are the best ive heard even today, so the warrenty is up. i looked for a number on them but couldnt find it.

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    See my comment above.
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    If your not having any joy, try getting an electronics shop to do it, it would be a realitively simple and cheap fix without affecting sound provided good quality replacement part/parts used.

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