Question about JBL PSW-D112 Speaker
I found a post where someone replaced several capacitors with ones he described as titanium and a higher voltage like 100 v rating rather than 50 as oem. He states no more problems. I found this site while searching again. I also found a free download pdf repair manual from JBL - site defined as Harmon, and they show revised parts replacements for these caps - 100 volt. I just bought a used one and not hooked up as yet, but I plan to use slow blow fuses and possibly a little higher rating - not much though, and I believe there is a ceramic type - color solid white - that may withstand the apparant surge. Theres also a recent post somewhere for sale of the amplifer board... 64smi or something like that. Hope this helps. Ken
Posted on Mar 24, 2007
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