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Old 24th September 2012, 12:43 AM   #21
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Thanks Kevin,
The price of the re-foaming sounds VERY reasonably indeed. Well, when that is all re-assembled it will give you a good baseline reference for any further changes down the track.

Thanks for the update. Jonathan
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Old 6th October 2012, 03:20 AM   #22
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Default Fourier 1 speakers rebuilt to original specs

Update (perhaps final): On the advice of Peter Aczel and a few other people as well, including some here, I had replaced the Audax 9x12 tweeters with drop-in replacements and had the original mids and woofers repaired. P. Aczel suggested I use Millersound of Lansdale, PA, which I did. Bill did did a superb job, repairing an additional cone neck damage issue at no added charge. I've plugged all of the parts back together again. The speakers work and sound great. They really are delightful. I want to thank everyone here who provided advice, as well as Peter Aczel and Millersound. I'll shoot and upload a picture or two if I get a chance. Thanks again, Jonathan and everyone. I'm delighted, and very thankful for your help.

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