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  1. Compressed pics don’t do them justice (the original owner took fantastic care of the speakers), but:
  2. Tried to post a pic or two, but it won’t allow (gets message I’m limited to 2MB). Ah well.
  3. I’m not using any equalization to boost the bass response, but appreciate the tip to check the rear passives. In regard to the Chorus ii, if a nice pair comes up for sale anywhere near Arkansas, I’m going to have some explaining to do, to my beautiful wife.
  4. Thanks for the replies. Looking over some of the other comment strings as well this evening, the JEM replacements look well regarded and a good route to take. They will likely be getting a phone call from me tomorrow. Hopefully, not too complicated to replace. Content? Not so sure . . . but one indication is that Chorus iis and older pairs of Cornwalls sure catch my attention every time I see some on the Alerts section!
  5. I was lucky enough to purchase a beautiful set of Forte 1’s in zebra wood about 8 months ago, and have enjoyed them almost daily ever since. I was told they are original, and since they appear to be an early set (round cup on back indicating 96db efficiency apparently would suggest an earlier set in the run), that would put them at about 25 years old. I must admit, I like my music (much) louder than most, at times, and when the speakers are really pushed, I sometimes hear a “pop” from one of them. I don’t believe it’s the amp clipping, as it’s a MC 2205. Wondering if this might be an indication the caps might need to be replaced, or if there is a way to test if the caps are on their way out. First post, I apologize if this has been covered already elsewhere.
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