Question about Peavey CH1 Speaker
I just recieved a used pair of these. They were obviously tampered with and were modified from thier original passive setup to a bi-amp configuration. I'm not a slouch with a soldering iron and was fairly confident that I could re-affix the respective leads to thier original factory set up. I first observed the (disregarded) high-end crossover coil with two black wires coming from it leading to a dangling female plug. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but this should be between the POSITIVE powersource and the horn correct? And, if so, is the + the tip, or the shaft of a 1/4 in. input jack? I know this sounds like a dumb question but any-ones help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, ..... Don
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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