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  1. I started doing research on MB SLs used, and was horrified by the reviews regarding reliability, especially but not exclusively the Hydraulic suspension. 2003 MB SL500, ABC Active Suspension was the reference, but not an isolated Lemon, model or manufacturer..... Apparently ABC, fails randomly, frequently, expensively, repetitively and is difficult to diagnose and is never really "fixed". The MB also has electrical gremlins, Convertible top Hydraulic gremlins, transmission plastic critical component gremlins, AC Gremlins, Defective Glue Gremlins that omit a strong skunk like odor in the car etc. Is this an industry wide problem, and are the aftermarket old school spring loaded strut replacements kits, some with roll and sway bars, the answer, not cheap, but at least won't cause the suspension to collapse on the Highway ??? Seductive looks, with substantial misery and financial outlays to follow......
  2. Hey everyone. New owner of 2 R-10SWi wireless subwoofers. They are amazing. I have them connected to my Yamaha Aventage r-a860 receiver. I live in an apartment so I have to listen at low volumes at night. I have both subwoofers turned to the AUTO(on) feature. If my sound is too low, they eventual turn themselves off while I'm using them. What can I do? I've tried fiddling with the gain etc. I feel I need to listen at slightly uncomfortably volumes for my neighbors to keep em on. At low volumes, they're awesome and really help fill out the sound of my system. I'd rather not have to keep turning them ON and OFF each time I use them and would like to keep using the AUTO function if possible. Thanks for any advice.
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