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How would I go about turning my silver speakers to black ?

BISHI

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Try a trade on the classifieds.
 

Solomon Grundy

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You could get them powder coated...if they would withstand the process (I have no idea if they would)
 

Mr_Wistles

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I don't think they would withstand powder coating as that involves the items being placed in an oven.

There is the obvious - spray paint or you could try taking them to a sign maker and having them wrapped in a matt vinyl.
 

nheather

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I think because the grill and the area behind the grill is silver, you would need to take them apart and then get them sprayed.

Just had a look at my CD50s and they have screws on the back and plastic end-caps that look removeable.

So if they come are easy and you can remove the divers and front grill then spray painting should be quite straight forward.

Cheers,

Nigel
 

Det

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Grab a 12 inch stick. Widdle it down and sand it. Enchant it. Then point the pointy end at your speakers and say "Coloress Blackess" and they will turn black.
 

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