As many MAY recall, I refurbed [cleaned up and replaced burned out light fuses, belts & needle] on my fathers old Kenwood KS-4000R receiver & MCS turntable for my daughters b-day. I bought Yamaha speakers and the system sounds 'o.k.', but not with clarity that I remember it having back in the 70's. I am thinking a recapping [after reading about many of you who did this] will rejuvenate and restore the audio quality of the Kenwood. It seems the bass is bloated and the treble is more of a tone control. No crisp highs or clear bass, just a treble and bass control the tone, if that makes any sense. It sounds the same no matter the speakers I try. What I am seeking are suggestions on where I would find a QUALITY place to do the work. Someplace that can actually provide some guidance if a recap would improve [or not] the SQ, and for a fair [not trying to get something for nothing] fee. Hoping I could get some guidance here. The next issue I have is my subwoofer plate amp fried [I guess I had it too loud for too long] and instead of getting an expensive replacement, I bought a Behringer KM-750 amp instead. I love the new amp, tons of power but the cooling fan runs non-stop and is rather annoying since it is in the same room I am in [no place else to go with it]. I tried just unplugging the fan and the temps stay cool enough that I'm not too concerned with shorting its life span. However, when watching a movie like 'Hot Fuzz', the KM-750 goes into protect mode, due to the heat. What I would like to do is not disconnect the fan but rather lower its RPM to reduce the noise level and still provide some cooling. It was suggested to me to try and insert a 240 ohm, 20 watt resistor in-line with the fan. The fan is only a 2 wire connection so I would place it in the positive line. My issue is 2 fold; 1) is this the right resistor to use & 2) where do I find such a resistor. Parts Express [who made the suggestion to me] had none in stock and I cannot locate a resistor with those specs online. So I would appreciate it if anyone has any advice. As is, I'm only running 1 of my 2 subs and the difference in SQ is noticeable. Thanks so much in advance for any suggestions/recommendations you might provide.