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marknoir
sandbagger wrote:
it is the same value as the others on the board, I believe that has a 102 on it. 
I am at work and dont have one to look at right now. 
its a pretty standard size as radio shack use to even have them in stock [smile]


They all say 104M, which is a 50V rating. 102M would be a 1000V or a 3000V rating... Not sure what to put in there yet...
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sandbagger
marknoir wrote:


They all say 104M, which is a 50V rating. 102M would be a 1000V or a 3000V rating... Not sure what to put in there yet...


Just the 50V 0.1 uF

I have seen these go only when the other caps really go
Kevin
Motor City Custom Audio
http://motorcitycustomaudio.com/
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facesnorth
Hello all,

Another sad dual MFW-15 owner here.  I splurged way over budget to buy my duals initially, and couldn't even consider the upgrade when it was first made available.  Just popped on again as I am saving up to finally upgrade these things soon, but it looks like perhaps these are not available anymore?  Or at least not as before.

At this point does it make sense to explore other options?  Would I better served just scrapping these and starting from scratch somewhere?  Would like to stay at or under $1K budget, but probably $1.5K max.
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sandbagger
facesnorth wrote:
Hello all,

Another sad dual MFW-15 owner here.  I splurged way over budget to buy my duals initially, and couldn't even consider the upgrade when it was first made available.  Just popped on again as I am saving up to finally upgrade these things soon, but it looks like perhaps these are not available anymore?  Or at least not as before.

At this point does it make sense to explore other options?  Would I better served just scrapping these and starting from scratch somewhere?  Would like to stay at or under $1K budget, but probably $1.5K max.


They are available but with a really nice drop in amp so no external amp needed, same if not better performance as the original Turbo too.  

If budget is a big deal I would update 1 and then do the other down the road as a single will give you double+ what you had with much better sound quality 
Kevin
Motor City Custom Audio
http://motorcitycustomaudio.com/
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facesnorth
OK that's awesome.  Yeah I just noticed that actually.  I am going to look into that.

I was reading the first post, and it mentioned having to space out the front due to different sized driver, but with new drivers coming that fit?  Or the option of a new front plate.  Is that still an issue or do the drivers fit flush now?
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sandbagger
to be honest I do not know if Mark has the larger diam cutout face plates available or not
to be honest the 1/2" spacers worked great and dont look bad at all 
Kevin
Motor City Custom Audio
http://motorcitycustomaudio.com/
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