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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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I would like to understand you problem better,
Are you trying to repair the input to the speaker from the amp???

Please elborate thanks

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

  • Verne Koti Jan 14, 2009

    the jack tip is normally postive but you will need to check with the manufacturers setup specs,or you could try, www.dsc.co.nz and search the jacks images they normally have a spec sheet with their technical help line not far away,



    Hope this helps

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