Mike (Face) has performed a mod to his 2B TL's that i am going to try to do this weekend on my 2B TL's. I believe it eliminates a few unnecessary jumpers in the tweeter circuitry which I am using a .05 ohm resistor to compensate for the lack of a poly switch. Mike's thread is the " A little love for the 2B TL's" in the vintage section.
I am doing this as a thinking out loud thread to make sure I am doing it right and have the right thought process.
It looks to me like the jumper on the + input just under the N on input and the jumper that goes under the S1 designation on the PC board can be eliminated.
Option 1. If I am reading everything right it looks like the resistor can be installed between the + input just under the N on input and the small hole under the "Tweeter Output" writing on the PCB board next to the bigger hole above the L5 writing on the PCB.
Option 2. The resistor can be installed between the + input just under the N on input and the hole on in the S1 location closests to the P1 on the PCB board.
After looking at it I think option 2 will work on my x-over configuration.
What do you guys think?
Here are some pictures of my x-overs before I make any changes.