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Sidevalve

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  1. 29 minutes ago, JJkizak said:

    But did they really try hard to break it?

    JJK

    No, it weighted eighty pounds after it was packed and was pretty large, wasn't worth the effort. 

  2. The only damage proof packaging that I got came from Audio Classics a sixty pound McIntosh amp triple boxed ! Took an hour to unbox, glass face with no damage. UPS delivered  that.

     

  3. I'm trying to file a complaint now. Driver said it was the other sorting distribution center fault but who knows , just glad the cartridge was not damaged.

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  4. Already replaced all three with Crites Ti diaphragms. Haven't done any crossover changes yet as I'm electronically challenged. Thinking about upgrading my Nagaoka cartridge to a mc as I already have a phono stage for a moving coil.

  5. Thanks for the suggestions. They still sound great, only time I use them with subs are movies and games. Two channel ( vinyl and cd's ) listening

    I use older McIntosh solid state equipment. Any speakers would have to blend in with the C7 and S6 surrounds. Budget would depend on what I could get for the KLF 30s.

  6. Well changed tweeters out same problem violin sounds very faint. Guessing my problem is in the crossover. Bought the speakers new in 1999 and the only

    thing I have done is put Crites titanium tweeters in both mains. I am not able to rebuild the crossovers myself so must find somebody to do it for me.

    Looking for a  place that will do the rebuild. Any Ideas ?

  7. While listening to music I noticed I Wasn't hearing any violin out of my right speaker. Checking it out I found my jumper wires touching on the back of the

    speaker. After I fixed the fixed the wires and went back to listening still no violin. Did it short my tweeter out or damage something in my crossover ?

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