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Old 9th June 2008, 01:31 AM   #1
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Default Blown tweeter Sequerra Met7, help?

Hi folks,
After having bought a pair of Sequerra Pyramid Metronome7, (Met7) I soon realised that a tweeter was blown. No support of seller (of course) and no answer from Sequerra guys. Any idea about how to get one of these tweeters?

I find these little speakers great, and gee, I really would like to get them as close to original specs as possible. Any suggestion welcomed.

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