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Old 12th January 2002, 11:02 AM   #1
FlMike is offline FlMike
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Default advent vs jbl

as far as efficiency goes i am wondering wich is better, my early advents or my jbl decade 36's? any thoughts on 3way vs 2way?
i also have a pair of epi bookshelf speakers (epicure iis the model i think) that need new woofers. are these worth repairing?

thanks, mike
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Old 12th January 2002, 07:45 PM   #2
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The EPI's have something of a cachet in some circles so if only the foam surrounds are gone then I would have a go at repairing them. This is not as difficult or expensive as it sounds so you could DIY and end up with a nice sounding little b/shelf system you can use in a spare room or as rears in a surround system...
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