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how to make the 105II worth listening to!

 
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 5:36 pm    Post subject: how to make the 105II worth listening to! Reply with quote

remove all protection circuits, remove all connectors, sockets etc. remove the incredibly complex crossover. look on auction sites for a pair of old altai 3-way dividing networks, replace the caps with the posh wilmslow 3.3 and 20mf items and rewire with dnm cable. then hard wire EVERYTHING from the amp with dnm cable. oh, and lastly, replace the eye watering t52's with some huge hi-vi ribbon tweeters. now sit back and listen to slam, detailed midrange and detailed yet smooth treble. ahhhh.
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