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Pioneer HPM-700 restoration project
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Old 20th January 2014, 09:16 AM   #1
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Look at my restoration of HPM-700

Pioneer HPM-700 loudspeaker refurbishment – part 1 | Audio Tweak
Pioneer HPM-700 loudspeaker refurbishment – part 2 | Audio Tweak
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nice work they look better than new !
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Thanks, they actually do and now I have even original badges on them.
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saw your video on Youtube regarding this restore. I am planning on building speaker cabinets to the same dimensions as the original 700. I have the woofers and midrange and crossovers for the HPM700. What did you do for restoring the crossover network?
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saw your video on Youtube regarding this restore. I am planning on building speaker cabinets to the same dimensions as the original 700. I have the woofers and midrange and crossovers for the HPM700. What did you do for restoring the crossover network?
Do you have the original crossovers?
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Sorry, Yes I do have the original crossovers. I really don't feel I need the super tweeter and am planning to recap the original crossovers.
I also need to know the dimensions of the port.
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