Okay, finally gonna make mods / upgrades based on all the great info I've collected here. I'm not good with a soldering iron, so my bro will tackle most of the crossover and such. I have a common ground amp, so I'd like to make the replacement cable and put the A1 away for the day I get some mono amps. I'm also gonna replace the tweeters.
My questions are.... If there are noticable improvements changing speaker wires, interconnect cable, etc....what about the internal wiring from the crossover to the speakers? Does it stand to reason that if using better wire for all external connections, that the same would hold true for internal connections? If so, any recommendations on gauge and such?
If I were to replace the pin/blade connection with two binding posts and replace the ends of the A1 with compatible connections, all would be well? If I've read and understood correctly, the standard interconnect uses only one connection (pin I believe) and the A1 uses two (pin and one blade). As long as I keep the connections corrected internally, I only need two posts connected to the correct internal connections?
I really don't want to mess this up. I'm doing everyting at once, so it makes it easier for me to mess up.