Question about Peavey SP2 PA Passive Speaker
Find them at Digikey.com. Search first for "Capacitor" then select "Non-Polar"
HOWEVER there is a part that LOOKS like a ceramic capacitor but it is NOT. It is a "polyswitch" which is a resettable fuse. Go to the Digikey.com site and search for "Polyswitch". Then select 60 volt in the filter and Radial... see if you can find the item. Also consider opening a second speaker if you have it to get the number off one that is still OK. This is part of a protection circuit and needs to be replaced with exact device.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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