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Re: [ARSCLIST] Does anybody know a good place for speaker re-foaming?

Luckily, that's why they invented the grille cloth. Hey..they were old speakers, they had life left in them and they still work.


Scott Phillips wrote:
I don't even want to think about that !! The mental image is too
disturbing... :>)

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I guess I don't dare tell this group that I've had success with a
band-aid fix involving duct tape....


Malcolm Rockwell wrote:
You might inquire at your local music store. The one that sells high end rock & roll gear. They'll be able to put you in touch with a good professional reconing service. Those high wattage speakers take a lot of abuse and reconing is not unheard of!
Mal Rockwell


Erik Dix wrote:

Both of my woofer foam surrounds are shot and I was wondering if somebody on this list has any recommendations where to get them refoamed. I believe they are 8" oem dynaudio woofers.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


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