I've got a pair of crossovers that I need help diagnosing. I've attached diagrams of the crossovers, which are just high-pass networks in a biampable speaker.
When I first got the speakers, used, the tweeters were muffled. I pulled the xover, and found that the 1 uf cap was blown out. So I ran an electronic xover to the tweeter, and it sounded great.
I finally got the replacement caps, and soldered them in place. I hooked up the speakers, and bleh, still muffled, but perhaps not quite as much as before.
The two resistors measure fine. However, as you can see in the pic, one lead on the 30 ohm resistor was cut. I don't know if this was done at the factory or by a user. It seems that the two resistors are in parallel, so I think that hooking it back up would lower resistance to the tweeter and increase output.
My understanding of circuits is very weak, so I would really appreciate any help.