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Mackie HR824 mk1 internal foam
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Old 12th October 2018, 12:45 PM   #1
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Default Mackie HR824 mk1 internal foam

Anyone know what spec the foam is inside the woofer compartment of a Mackie HR824 mk1. All I can find is "adiabatic foam". Need a block approx 9" cube. UK suppliers preferable or just links to similar so I can try and source.

Reason is I bought a "for parts, distorted" one of ebay for a little more than pocket money. When it arrived only the tweeter was working, checked the amp out, all OK, did the battery test and woofer was dead. So, opened up the front and found that the foam was missing and the woofer not connected. Connected it up and all was fine but sounds a bit boomy without the foam. So, good result but need the foam to get it back to square one.
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