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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    I cannot follow what your angle is with the reply. Have you considered trying the bass column interconnects as used on the genesis 2 to...
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    Have you tried to contact Magic Marksey. Aka Michael Allen Marks for the servo amp. Though it sounds like you already have one.
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    The finished crossover with the components replaced.
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    All the Rel-caps are available for about $190.00 per side. The Vishay VHP3 half ohm current sensing resistor can be had for $79.00 ea...
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    Part number 212P0112N332RA for the mid band selector switch. https://www.digikey.com/products/en?mpart=212P0112N332RA&v=119
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    Is the 3 position selector (actually 12) - 14 pin, made by Collins Rockwell?? MAK
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    Hi Gary, I found the mid band selector switch bad on the PCB board that I am working on. It works intermittently and was part of the...
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    The 600uf 100v Culver cap is not available. So far all I have found is 2 x 300uf @100v 5% replacements. I measured the pot and it seems...
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    racerxnet replied to the thread Upgrading Genesis II's.
    Gary, Can you recommend what brand, type of capacitors to replace the REL-CAPS in the crossovers with?? It seems that the top end is...
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    CA has a thread on how LH busted everyone's pocket by not delivering what was promised. I wouldn't touch em with a 10 foot pole. MAK

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