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

Most mid to large size cities have a high end audio dealer,who can tell you if your speakers are either good enough to service,or if they are too far gone for this.Speakers are easy for them.It's tubes and turntables many of them can't handle,what with the emphasis on home theatre in the past fifteen years.I have to get somebody who is willing to drive me from Albuquerque,to Santa Fe when I need work done.Those tube amps are too heavy to hold on yor lap on a bus.


Scott Phillips <scottp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 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:
>> Hello!
>> 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.
>> Erik

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