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Old 2nd May 2010, 09:31 PM   #1
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Default altec lansing model 6

i have discovered a pair of altec model 6 in bad conditions. the woofers needs new foam surroundings and the midranges needs even more cares... i suppose the horns are good, since the're not easy to destroy (am i wrong?).
they're asking 150 euro, i wonder if they're worth it... that horn tweeter is very tempting.
someone know if they're good sounding horns?
are they worth a restoration cure?


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this is not the speaker i found, just a pic found on the web...
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Old 13th October 2011, 06:29 PM   #2
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Default Model 6 midrange repair/replace

Me too...

My wife just grabbed me a set of these cheap at a thrift store but the Woofs need refoam and the roughly 4" mids might need a complete recone.

Woofers aren't too hard to figure out but does anyone have a lead on repair parts for the mid?
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