Long story short is we had power loss the other day, and when the power came back the control panel was dead on the Cambridge sound works S750, and I tried to cycle the power on the sub and saw the green light flashing. I took it apart and found what looks to be glue and at least 1 main capacitor that didn't look great and a questionable part on one of the boards. I had the system for at least a decade, and I found it to be fine, Not as nice as the surround system on my tv thou. My options are 1) use the old repair guide someone put up and try to source capacitors and learn to solder, the guide is old and a lot of the capacitor options are different from when the guide was made. 2. Hope klipsch restocks one day the pro-media 2.1 thx. 3. pick up a jbl 306P MkII and rig it up, its on sale now, but nowhere near as good price as a few weeks ago. Id love to get them at the price from 2 weeks or so ago, but using the 2w sound from the computer screen is miserable. 4. Insert ideas here, lol. 5. Find a way to temporarily rig up at least 2 of the S750 speakers. Right now I am using the built in sound card from my crosshair VII hero, used to have a creative labs zx2 plat, but it didn't fit in with the 2 slot video card since its a full size pci card, and it got damaged outside. I haven't had time to mess around with the sub recently due to classes. Semester is finishing up. This is what it looks like inside the S750. https://imgur.com/a/bKDkcvs This is the repair guide I found from 2013 https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/2873...RKac2JXyHkwsAzQYnb8ngRpB4iCvYI9U_NsqFB7Ez5UAU My only concern if I go with the JBL is that I might have to wait a bit on adding a subwoofer if I go that path due to cost. I also live in an apartment and can't have the sub at full capacity at all times. I use a P300HD on my tv surround system and that thing is amazing, none of that rattling nonsense. Too bad there's nothing similar and smaller and a reasonable price.