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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a new peavey
This is based on MOST cabinets like this: First look for any small screws which are usually through the grille near the top and bottom that retain the grille. When those are removed, one has to pry the grille out of the grooves at the side by dishing the grill outward at the center so edges come inward. There often is a "U" shaped rubber strip along the edges that will need to be put back on before grille is dished and put back.
Note that SOME speakers have a fuse or a polyfuse to protect them from excessive current. If yours do not, consider puttin in polyfuses to protect them. They are available from Digikey.com.
Calculate the hold current based on the pwer rating and impedance. Take the square root of the rated power of the HF divided by the impedance and choose aa polyfuse that will hold that current and one that will standoff the peak voltage of your amps. Calculate that voltage as the square root of the max power of your amp divided by the LOWEST impedance allowed for the amp.
Set the filter to search for "Radial" type package and find suitable rating in the list that comes up.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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