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RE: Replacing inductors

I hope you are using the same value inductors. Otherwise you will throw the speaker frequency response out of whack.

Since an inductor inserts inductance, I can't see where adding additional wire would be a problem at all, provided it is of sufficient gauge to carry the current. The added inductance of extension wires is minuscule compared with the actual inductor.

But then I fail to understand why you think an inductor needs to be burned in to start with? A capacitor, perhaps but not an inductor.



Edits: 04/24/17

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