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Like Tweet. James Lee. Dan L. KBear Unregistered guest. I'm just trying to determine speakers. There is a pair of Polk speakers I think I'd love to buy with this system, but they are quoted at 8 ohms. Not sure what to do. I may just go with the Missions that come with the system, they did sound really nice. I'd love to find the Onkyo somewhere, but little luck so far. As I said, I'm confused with matching speakers and amp. Stuff I've read only confuses me more.

If anyone can help, that'd be great. I like the mission speaker better though. It's smaller, but better sound. With the polk, you will get bigger sound - more room filling. It has better amp than the ones you were looking at - class A. It looks great too - like an executive system.

Champaign metal finish, with good looking finish on speakers. I'm leaning more toward a pair of Paradigm Monitor 3s right now. I'll take a look at that Kenwood. Markhealy Unregistered guest.

Thanks Mark. But I'll tell you one thing, when the CD changer is loading a new disc it really makes a racket, and if you look closely you can see the whole tray moving up and down in it's compartment as it's chugging away.

Sometimes when loading it seems to get caught but it keeps on trying and eventually loads. I'm sure it'll fail one day, but I've used it for almost three years now and it's still going. Having opened the case to observe the mechanism, I find that, with a little manual assistance to the rear gate that clamps the chosen CD, I can get auto change to work by assisting the gate to rise far enough. The gate goes up and down in a track that I have lubricated sparsely with light oil, but that still does not get the mechanism to work unaided.

What should I do? I suspect that the mechanism is made by Sanyo and is used in a number of other brand's 3 CD autochanger units. I'll let you know what happens when I get it and try to fit it. However I've now bought a second faulty UD-M5, with a different set of faults, and am hoping to put together one that works.

I'd suggest that you try eBay for UD-M50's if you must have one - they will probably all be used. If you register with eBay you can do a search of completed sales to see how much you will have to pay.

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