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Do you guys fix your speakers? I have this very old german speaker, which sounded pretty great, but now its old and suspension foam crackled, it literally seems made of sand, its just dissolving. Any chance of fixing this type stuff?
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All the time, youtube it.
https://www.simplyspeakers.com/speaker-foam-repair-new-edge-it-kits.html
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>>1610665
dude, if the cone's that worn, your coil is probably on deaths door, at which point you should just replace the speaker.



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