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Old 15th December 2012, 11:41 PM   #11
sreten is offline sreten  United Kingdom
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Hi,

The ideal scenario is sourcing another pair with the same problem for
a similar price and ending up with a fully working original pair for ~ 20.

You can then decide whether is worth fixing the non-working pair.

Finding another working pair for ~ 20 is still an attractive option,
such are the vagaries of buying used stuff at very low prices.
Fully working but tatty cabinets would be a good find.

The cone tweeter looks very ballpark, though no impedance curve
means you don't know if that is going to be an issue with a simple
series capacitor. If the cone tweeter needs attenuating then you
may also be able use this to suppress any tweeter driver impedance
peaking to an extent - a decent solution could be possible.

Still, IMO the best option is a fully original working pair.

rgds, sreten.

AFAIK the Pearls are the earlier models with inferior cabinets
and lacking their plastic rear baffles, the same front baffles.
The best score would be a pair of MS10i's.
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