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How can I Repair a Celestion papare woofer?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Falp, May 5, 2004.

  1. Falp

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    One of my Celestion 3 MKII paper woofer has is inside fibres getting bad... :rolleyes:

    Upper mid frequncies at medium high volume make ressonance, specially in jazz voices...

    How can I repair it?

    Using a hardening spray?

    Which one?

    I need help please!



    O/T: I do not receive Email Notifications but I have selected it...



    :rolleyes:
     
  2. eviljohn2

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    You only receive email notifications if you use the "Post Reply" button or start the thread yourself. You won't get them if you use the quick reply window at the bottom of the screen.

    You should consider contacting Celestion for a replacement driver, I repaired my Mission 77C1 a few weeks ago and it only cost ~£25 for a new driver. The repair was really easy too :)
     
  3. Falp

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    OK!

    Now I received a notification for the first time!

    My speakers are 10 years old, I want them to last a few years more but i don't know if spending more money is worth it... or if parts are available...
     
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    I'd suggest contacting Celestion to see what would be involved but then it's up to you if you want to pay for a repair or a tin of glue (or whatever!). I can't help with that I'm afraid but let us know how you get on :smashin:
     
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    The Celestion's Portugal local dealer only replys to mey email once in few times...

    Unfortunately it also work with my Hifi (Denon) ant TV (Loewe)...
     
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    The Celestion's Portugal local dealer only replys to mey email once in few times...

    Unfortunately it also work with my Hifi (Denon) ant TV (Loewe)...:blush:
     

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