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Just dented my speaker!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by CrispyXUK, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. CrispyXUK

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    HELP!!

    I just clipped the edge of my epilogue dialogue II (Rosewood) whilst moving my computer :( . does anyone have any tips to repair this? I dont wanna jump straight in myself and make it look worse, any help would really be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. taimur

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    is the veneer off or is it a dent in an edge?

    can you post a picture of the damage?
     
  3. CrispyXUK

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    Yeah, not a great camera though
    [​IMG]
     
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    Here is a photo which shows a different angle
    [​IMG]
     
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    CrispyXUK, I'd suggest you call Ruark and ask them for advice.
    They should be able to tell you what varnish, coloring (whatever these things are called) were employed, and the best way to repair your speaker. :)
     
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    Probably the best idea as I happen to know the owner, and I also drink down in the same pub as one of the guys that work there so I will give it a go.

    Thanks for your help so far guys
     
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    they definitely would be the best people to ask, as they may be able to give you some veneer off cuts, or advise a french polisher for you.
     

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