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    Ah. OK Michael. I misunderstood .

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    Little tip regarding your speakers spin the bass units 180 degrees to acount for drop if the speakers have old speaker connectors fit new ones and recap the crossover couple of hours work that should transform your speakers.

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    The DV 717 is still a very good DVD player and a decent CD transport. As a stand alone player fir CDs, I found it a real snooze. Anyone else had a listen to it on its own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by diviy View Post
    Little tip regarding your speakers spin the bass units 180 degrees to acount for drop if the speakers have old speaker connectors fit new ones and recap the crossover couple of hours work that should transform your speakers.
    Thanks for the tip Gerald. I've never done anything electrical (does changing batteries in the remote count?). But my girls bought me a soldering set for Christmas so I can have a play.

    Where would I buy replacement caps? Maplins? Amazon? And do they vary in Price/quality? My lack of knowledge and experience cannot be overstated!

    These speakers are in my second system so it might be a good place to start learning some of this stuff.
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