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  1. I recently picked up a very nice set of OLA's from the original owner. They are the Walnut cabinets and on opening them up I found they have 16/16/3 in the crossover (Rev 1 I think). One of the woofers needed a refoam and while the cabinets are in great condition there is some scratches on the bottom. I'm guessing over the years they might have been pushed around a little bit. I got the history and they had been refoamed before. I ordered a set of replacement surrounds from Rick Cobb. They were missing the badges and I ordered those from Kent. (Thanks Kent!). The original owner recovered the grills, but I think I can do better. I am considering getting some Irish linen from Michaels and re-doing the grills. I am also planning on a recap. My question is, "Should I be moving to the Rev 2 crossover? Any comments on Rev 1 vs. Rev 2? I found the diagrams that Pete did and I've read some of the posts. I'm not really clear on the sonic differences between the revisions. Tim D
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