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Help. Im disappointed with the sound of my HIFI system

Castle Knight 2 Speakers

heart555

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My system is composed of the following componets:

1)Marantz CD6002
2)Musical Fidelity A1 amplificer
3)B&W DM 602 S3 speakers biwirable
4)Van den Hul CS-122 hybrid speaker cable
5)Van den Hul The Name interconnect cable

The problem I have is that I note now the sound is no longer as sweet as before and the treble are bright and I dont like.
I would like to know which of the components should I change to improve the sound, but I think that perhaps is due to that the amplifier is old (I have bought 20 years ago).
But I love the Musical Fidelity and I thought to change the speakers and I have seen the Rogers LS4a/2 and
I think can be the perfect cure for that sound so bright and not-warm.

Thanks you for the help...
 

Nikhil

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Hello and welcome to HifiVision!

You are referring to a sound that you had before.
What have you changed now that is new to the system?

The bright sound may not be due to the speakers.

Regards.
 

dheerajin

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yes ..the usual suspect is amplifier as it is 20 years old...components inside amp are degarding...just get on loan amplifier from a friend and check....
 

panditji

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It could be the amplifier but the Rogers are wonderful speakers with a superb mid range and will be very different (better) sounding than the B&Ws that you currently own ...
 

spirovious

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Yes room correction is more to be considered. Even trying different speaker cables may help.
 
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