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Old 3rd June 2010, 11:30 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

I just bought a McIntosh MA 6100 and some Klipsch Heresy speakers. The amp doesn't work, and one of the woofers needs reconing and a tweeter needs a new diaphragm. Anyways, I'm ordering some new output transistors for the amp.

However, I can't seem to find anyone who has the diaphragms for the K-77 in stock! Does anyone have any here?

Also, the cabinets had sticky Velcro on them. I couldn't easily get the stick off. I was thinking it would be absolutely great if I could get the cabinets veneered. Does anyone have any idea how much the veneer would cost to do both cabinets? I am thinking about using teak.

Thanks!

Kyle
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