Yes I would have thought so. This is a kind of a mind screw because I plug in a Fisher CA35 Circa 1980 / 1981 (not really hifi) and blows the audiolab out of the water that cannot be right. Ok still the same problem I need to whack the treble up but the Fisher is no real hifi amp. This is quite frustrating, in future I will buy neweggontoast said:I think that is pretty conclusive that it's the speakers at fault.geneticaurora said:Just tried a completely different amp ssssh its a Fisher CA35 (doesent sound bad weirdly) and still the same issue so atleast that rules out the Audiolab more. But I will try using my media player through the power to eliminate it even further. Also tried a different interconnect so ruled that out. Yes its the same from all sources
Are replacement tweeters still available ? You could try replacing the caps in crossover but I would be shocked if it was them. Any overload to that extent would have vaporised the voice coils long before damaging the capacitors, but it's worth a try as it will be the cheapest option.geneticaurora said:I spoke with Wimslow Audio and they mentioned a tweeter replacement but I should definitely consider replacing the capacitors on the crossover.