replacing speaker parts

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  1. pat clancy

    pat clancy
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    Hi 2 of my jamo speakers dont work anymore so i opened them up to see what was up,both speakers have blown apart,the cone is damaged,my question is can i buy similar sounding cones and just replace them cause the casing is perfect,would a decent generic cone be ok,any one know where and if i can fix these by replacing the cone or would i have to speak to jamo,any help ,thanks in advance,
     
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    or should i just bin them and buy new?
     
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    Ideally, you want replace with like for like. Are the drivers branded?
     
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    no,just some numbers on the rear
     

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