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Steve Kay

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  1. Thanks for the info--I actually have been busy for a few weeks and neglected to check the board for replies. I will check the condition of the capacitors, but have one more question: Where are the crossovers? On my units there are no screws on the the back. I can removed the drivers, but am not sure if that is the right thing to do. Thanks for helping out a speaker repair newbie on this! Steve Kay
  2. I have a pair of L710IIs that I bought new back in about 1492. I use them daily and they look perfect. I am beginning to hear a little raspiness on some mid-range to high notes, both instrumental and vocal. It could be my amp (a Denon PMA915A from 1997) or the speakers. I am wondering if the capacitors in the crossovers could be the culprits. Any suggestions? Steve Kay
  3. I have a pair of L710IIs that I bought new back in about 1492. I use them daily and they look perfect. I am beginning to hear a little raspiness on some mid-range to high notes, both instrumental and vocal. I could be my amp (a Denon PMA915A from 1997) or the speakers. I am wondering if the capacitors in the crossovers could be the culprits. Any suggestions? Steve Kay
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