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Old 20th September 2006, 08:33 AM   #1
onlinejames is offline onlinejames  Australia
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Is it possible to replace the speaker covers with any cloth, will it change the sound if you use a different cloth( might be a dumb question)
Are you better off getting someone else to do it, or do it yourself
Does anyone know where in Melbourne australia where you can buy cloth or where to get someone to fix the covers
whats a good way to fix small nicks in the laminate on speakers
one more question one of the dust covers has a dent in it, how can you fix this, i have tried a vacuum with no luck just wont suck it out
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Old 20th September 2006, 08:50 AM   #2
phibes is offline phibes  Australia
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I presume you mean cloth covers for the grills covering your speakers. Any Jaycar store here in Melbourne will sell you grill cloth cover for your speakers.
If you need speaker surrounds replaced try these people in Melbourne http://www.speakerbits.com/Default.aspx
The dust cover you are trying to suck out......is that the pole piece cover in the centre of the driver?
I may be able to help with the laminate question but you would be better to drop me an email!
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