For sure @MC39693. I usually display and listen to my speakers without the grills attached but definitely won't loose them, Thank you again for keeping them in such good shape. I sometimes feel speaker grills are something in the past : )
Op had an electrician check out his house, I certainly HOPE he would have checked for hot and neutral reversal.
My understanding so far is that this is a single integrated amplifier system. Where would any kind of isolator go?
@Pak323, I like it! Don’t loose those grills and badges if you display open to show off that blue! May you enjoy them for 40+ years as I did. Still listening to my highly changed 1984s in original walnut veneer, grills etc. going to be 40 this year too.
Neither question is dumb; both are standard procedures in a case like this. Also check to see if the "hot" and "neutral" connections in the wall plug are reversed. One of these will do the job for you.
I have a (solid state) amplifier that only hums when the ground is lifted. I have another (solid state) amplifier that always hums unless I use one of these.
I like the ones on the right. I have had RF 7, 7II, RC 64, Forte, all the Icon V series and know first hand there is no giant leap in SQ from one series to the next. I still own the Icon VF 35's since 2011. I got rid of a lot of Klipsch speaker but, kept the the VF 35's. The wanting to upgrade can be costly over the years. Save up and buy your dream speakers and not look back, it's cheaper, lol.
Wife tested positive for Covid this evening. That means I also have to stay home until this coming Thursday. If I test positive the I stay out until I'm negative for a prescribed period. I'm negative at the moment.
At least we can do some work from home.
Thanks Marvel. Haha just think blue will be cool. Not trying to Mimic JBL blue but I had to go thru three variations of blue paint before I settled on this one. You are right they definitely looks different under different lighting. I figured the motor boards can easily be changed back to black if I get bored by it.