Replacing cracked cone in Kef Q5 speaker?


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Hi everyone,

I stupidly managed to have a accident with one of my front speakers and crack the cone. See attached photos. :(

Does anyone know how expensive this will be to replace? Can I simply order replacement drivers from Kef and change it myself, or is it more complicated than that and I need to send the speaker away to Kef? Has anyone seen inside a Kef speaker? Do the drivers have plug and play connectors to the rest of the speaker?

Unfortunately the cone I managed to crack is part of the dual concentric combined mid-range and tweeter one, which I'm sure will make it more expensive. :thumbsdow

Many thanks for any info.



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