AR_nut_in_Oregon Posted October 1, 2008 Report Share Posted October 1, 2008 I just updated my AR-7's Xover caps last night. Used Dayton poly 6.2 MFD, 5%, 250v...(original value was: 6MFD)While I had the boxes open, decided to document the wiring (see attached)....Noticed that the Woofer's Red lead was connected to a clearly marked "+" terminal on the driver, and the Tweeter's Yellow lead was connected to a clearly marked "+" terminal on the driver. However, the Woofer's "+" connects to Terminal number "2" input, while the Tweeter's "+" connects to Terminal number "1". Does'nt this put the the drivers out of phase with each other, or is this normal?Also sealed the Woofers and Tweeters by applying silicone under the foam gaskets and lightly tightening the mounting screws so as to not squeeze it all out. Will check tightness again when I'm sure that the silicone is fully cured. It did make a noticeable difference in their sound...they just sound tighter....hard to put into words.AR_7_Crossover.pdf Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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