Can across a pair of vintage Ohms Walsh 3 speakers. Externally super nice. Soundwise, tweeters very bright though not hearing much bass with the amp I had connected. I do need to check a second amp to be sure but I suspect the surrounds might be toast. For those that know Ohms Walsh speakers, the woofer is sealed in a metal cage. Before I attempt prying the bottom off to be able to see them, any suggestions with someone who's had experience with OHM's walsh cabinet to carefully remove the cage lid?? It seems that if I just start sticking screwdriver to pry the lid off it's just going to dent and mess up that cage. Also in the event woofers surrounds are found to required, any experience in sourcing suitable replacements? I realize Ohms (or their support group) does repair work on these but at fees starting at $500 a unit, that's out of the question for me. I can replace the surrounds myself if they can be sourced appropriate for the size/type required.