AV123 RS550's and Bigfoot, MODIFIED Including other X-Series Speakers

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Captainhemo

I'm  not sure,  it may  or may not  have included  one, if not,  get  4 of them  and  add  a couple there too
The  Sonicaps g2's are  easier to work with thanthe  Vishay rodersteins as they have  longer  leads

jay

Sorry, you'd only  need 3  as the   center  likely alrady  has  a bypass on the   high pass cap


skeeter99

Oh ok. And since the Voce is a 2-1/2 way it may need them in the midrange as well? I think we may need a Danny Intervention! Haha!

Captainhemo

It wold be for the mid in  vocci

I use em on all my caps, they are cheap

skeeter99

Ok I've gotta admit, I'm struggling a bit on the crossover for the X-LS Encore. I can barely get the second Erse cap to wrap the ends of the resistor ... I've got a max crossover board size of 5-1/2" x 9". I slid it in and it fits, barely.

This is the best layout I could come up with. Obviously, I'll make it look nicer than this, but will this work?



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Check this out.


skeeter99

Ok so turn the  tweeters inductor so it's 90 degrees from the woofers? What about the rest?

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Ok so turn the  tweeters inductor so it's 90 degrees from the woofers? What about the rest?

Twist together the inductor in the woofer circuit and the resistor in the tweeter circuit on the input side so that you have one input connection.

And follow the connection instructions here: https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=83325.msg805156#msg805156

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skeeter99

Twist together the inductor in the woofer circuit and the resistor in the tweeter circuit on the input side so that you have one input connection.

And follow the connection instructions here: https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=83325.msg805156#msg805156

Ok, didn't know I could do that. Thanks!

skeeter99

And don't miss this part about the negative wire: https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=83325.msg805419#msg805419

Yeah that's exactly what I was going to do :)