SDA -1C

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  • westmassguywestmassguy Posts: 6,166
    verb wrote: »
    Pull the PR and post some photos of what the crossover looks like. If its the single rectangular crossover, 4th generation. If it's split round crossovers, could be a transitional PITA.

    Hey hey I got a transitional PITA! :smile: Of which you hooked me up! Thanks David!

    I seem to remember something along those lines...
    Home Theater/2 Channel:
    Front: SDA-2ATL forum.polkaudio.com/discussion/143984/my-2as-finally-finished-almost/p1
    Center: Custom Built forum.polkaudio.com/discussion/150760/my-center-channel-project/p1
    Surrounds & Rears: Custom Built forum.polkaudio.com/discussion/151647/my-surround-project/p1
    Sonicaps, Mills, RDO-194s-198s, Dynamat, Hurricane Nuts, Blackhole5
    Pioneer Elite VSX-72TXV, Carver PM-600, SVS PB2-Plus Subwoofer
    Cables: Speaker: Furez 10/2 with GLS Locking Banana Plugs
    Interconnect: Furez 10/2 with SpeakONs
    ICs: Custom Furez by Douglas Connections
    Den:
    Bose 901 Series II Continentals Restored, Re-Built Equalizer with Elna Silmic IIs, Sonicaps, and Silver Mica Caps
    Carver CT-3 Pre, Carver C-500

    dhsspeakerservice.com/
    Exclusive Distributor of Gimpod's Custom SDA Circuit Boards

    "And keep her under 70, would you, huh? Betty likes a slow ride"
  • SchurkeySchurkey Posts: 1,770
    The split "round" boards and the single rectangular board on SDA 1Cs have the same circuitry, same component values...in different form factors. NO functional difference as long as both contacts on the SDA socket are connected. Polk did not connect both contacts on some SDA 1Cs and 2Bs, the serial number list has been posted elsewhere. Easily fixed.
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