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  1. greyeyezz

    New ADS owner here, question

    I have extensively researched this topic and the general consensus is to leave them alone. I will abide.
  2. greyeyezz

    New ADS owner here, question

    Scored a nice pair of L620's, can someone tell me how to clean the dust off those soft tweeters? Thank you.
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    How to test crossover on Advent/1

    Surrounds have been redone. Reason I ask about the crossovers is these Advents seem kind of bright compared to my NLA's in the late seventies. I didn't know if that was a characteristic of bad caps or not. Could be the live room, (basement rec room with hard tile floors and little soft furniture) poorly mixed cd's or my aged hearing. I do have some cd's that sound very good with this system so the caps might be fine I might leave them. Thanks for the help. I did take a pic of the crossover for posterity. P1000527 by
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    How to test crossover on Advent/1

    In simplest terms how do I test the components of my crossover? These are Advent/1. Also what characteristics do the speakers show when caps are bad? Thank you.
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