Originally Posted by linesplice
Believe it or not, those are .233 caps
.233 what? Picofarads? Megafarads? Always give units.
.233 is also probably the wrong value, since that is not one of the common capacitor values. You could have one custom-made, but off the shelf? No.
It's also not likely to be a capacitance value code, since that would mean "23" for the significant digits and "3" encoding the decimal position, but again, "23" is not a typical 2-significant-digit capacitor value. "22" is, which means the code might be "223", which in typical capacitor numbering systems means 0.022µF, in which case no wonder your bass is totally rolled off, since your caps are 10x too small for the intended purpose.
Furthermore, when we say "orange drop" here, we mean Vishay Sprague model 715P or 716p capacitors (or their CDE variants), which are about an inch and a quarter long for 0.22µF at 200V tolerance, so either those aren't what we call "orange drops" or they're not 0.22µF. It's a bit hard to tell scale from the pics, but it's much more plausible that those are 0.022µF 200V caps, which would be ¾" long.
Is there any point to replacing all five of the small caps?
Probably not. They all look like film types to me, which means Creek has already avoided most of the mines in the capacitor field, even if they're only so-so quality. They're still miles ahead of ceramics or electrolytics for audio signal path applications.