Unfortunately I don't have any pictures available to me right now, but I can paint you a lovely verbal picture: The screw terminals have a hole drilled down through them to place a wire, and then the cap is screwed down to establish connection. Apparently my father thought his system wasn't working because of a bad connection and tightened it with a wrench until it sheared perpendicular to the plane of the hole. It's truly borked. I'm in the greater Denver area.
Hey all, New guy here. I just inherited a set of Chorus IIs that are unfortunately in a bit of a state of disrepair. One of the negative terminals on the system is busted off. Can anyone detail the process I'm going to need to take to repair it? Am I going to have to solder? I already contacted Klipsch support and they put me in contact with a repair shop that does not have the terminals in stock, so is there a generally accepted after market set to use? Thanks in advance!