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Mission 762 Speakers

thimble

Novice Member
Hi
I have a pair of mission 762 speakers, they are 30 years old and need to be re-foamed.
I have bought the relevant replacement parts and I have instructions on how to do it, I have to remove the woofer from the speaker cabinet in order to do this.
Does anyone know how the woofers are connected to the 5 way post?, I have searched the web but I can't seem to find a picture/diagram, are they connected by:
a) solder?
b) banana plug?
c) a wire which is secured by a screw?
I would like to know this before I attempt to do the refoaming if possible.
Thanks
 

MaryWhitehouse

Well-known Member
Pics will help as there were several 762’s. All I can see show the larger driver screwed to the cabinet. Or do you mean how are they connected electrically to the connections at the rear.
 

MaryWhitehouse

Well-known Member
Disassemble and find out. There will be a crossover board in there.
 

thimble

Novice Member
Thanks for the replies, but I have just realised that what I really need to know is:
How are the cables connected to the woofers?
Does this vary from manufacturer to manufacturer?
 

MaryWhitehouse

Well-known Member
Dude just dive in lol. It’ll be easy and obvious
 

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