I would like to change the capacitors in these speakers at the same time new upgraded binding posts are installed (spring clips getting weak) , as I will be soldering on the crossover board to install them. Each speaker has 3 capacitors as follows : 1 x 2.2uf 50v.......1 x mp125 WVAC 8.2uf u-con 1977.l........ and 1 x mp125 WVAC 2uf u-con 1977.l I am confused as to what WVAC means although I think the AC stands for alternate current and the u-con 1977.l may not mean anything important. But what does the mp125 mean ? A voltage rating does not seem to show on the cap unless the 125 # means something about that. I think all speaker caps are Bi-Polar meaning Non polar but correct me if I am wrong. The caps also have 2 leads coming out each side but when I search for caps a lot of the time I will see caps with 2 leads coming out the bottom like those used in amplifiers. Are speaker caps a certain type like Bi-polar mentioned above and would automatically give the 2 lead wires coming out each side so the caps can lay flat on the board ? I assume I would look for audio grade caps but would that be correct or would their be another type ? Thanks for the help and direction.