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From passive to active crossover.

tuff

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I am about to go active on my Magnepan 1.7's, as a capacitor on the right speaker went kaput. How much of an improvement should i see on doing it. Has anyone done it to a speaker that was bought and modded? Would love to hear some opinions on it. Thanks.
 
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Looks like I made a booboo in the title. I meant from passive to active. Sorry about that.
 
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Looks like I made a booboo in the title. I meant from passive to active. Sorry about that.
Normally it is recommended to have capacitor even though it is using Active crossover, to safeguard Tweeter from turn on/off thumps and from accidental routing in crossover during tuning/config.
 
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