When an unfortunate accident caused my Eden D212XLT's tweeter bulb (fuse) to blow, I had to open it up. When I did, I noticed that the tweeter appeared to be wired with reverse polarity (black wire on red post). Are they supposed to be this way? This cab has been re-coned in the past, so I know that some non-Eden hands have been in there. It probably wouldn't be that big of a deal if I were running just the single cab. But now that I have a D210XST sitting on top, polarity may become more of a factor. I don't want the 2 cabs' tweeters to cancel one another out due to opposite polarity. My knee-jerk reaction was to *fix* it, and put the positive wire on the red post. Problem is, I don't know if I goofed it up by doing so. Any thoughts?