I bet I can make your speakers sound better.

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Danny Richie

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Re: I bet I can make your speakers sound better.
« Reply #320 on: 28 Feb 2021, 02:02 am »
80 cents will still be no issue! So I just call you on the gr research number to order it?

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Re: I bet I can make your speakers sound better.
« Reply #321 on: 25 Apr 2021, 12:14 am »
Just an FYI for anyone tinkering with speakers or considering sending one to Danny for possible improvement.  Working on a $3K retail set of speakers from a well respected manufacturer.  Push on terminals used on crossover board and all driver connections.  Did impedance sweep on as manufactured condition.  Impedance sweep after ONLY changing to solder connections at the drivers (woofer, mid, tweeter).  R(e) 0.3 ohms less with soldered connections.  Don't know yet if there will be an audible difference.  Getting rid of potential connection problems is worthwhile peace of mind.

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Re: I bet I can make your speakers sound better.
« Reply #322 on: 25 Apr 2021, 01:50 am »
Just an FYI for anyone tinkering with speakers or considering sending one to Danny for possible improvement.  Working on a $3K retail set of speakers from a well respected manufacturer.  Push on terminals used on crossover board and all driver connections.  Did impedance sweep on as manufactured condition.  Impedance sweep after ONLY changing to solder connections at the drivers (woofer, mid, tweeter).  R(e) 0.3 ohms less with soldered connections.  Don't know yet if there will be an audible difference.  Getting rid of potential connection problems is worthwhile peace of mind.

It was audible on my Super 7’s.  Subtle but more than I expected.

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Re: I bet I can make your speakers sound better.
« Reply #323 on: Yesterday at 09:08 pm »
Hi, I fairly recently blew a pair of tweeters on my much loved AV123 Rocket 750's. I found the tweeters but after replacing them one of the speakers still won't play anything through the tweeter, leading me to believe the crossover may be blown. I believe the crossover was designed by you (Danny Richie) - I'm interested in fixing it or replacing it. Would this be possible?