When you recone a speaker you must set the spider and cone level. In our speaker reconing instructions, we advise that you gently turn the spider once it is in place to insure it returns to level. Someone obviously missed the memo while reconing this Electro-Voice EVX180. As you can see the spider is not level. Sunken […]
We replaced the grill cloth and did some touch-ups on a pair of KEF 104/2 monitors. These vintage monitors have been resurrected and are ready for their second life. We can work this miracle on your speakers too, no matter what brand you have.
The move is complete, although the set- up is not. It is as they say, “A Work in Progress”, but we are back to repairing speakers and selling and shipping parts. Observations from Moving Day: Speakers are heavy. Speakers are dirty. Moving is no fun. Getting the chance to rearrange with a well thought out […]
Last night this adorable long haired Dachshund came to the store. He was either pushed from a car or narrowly escaped being hit by a car as he crossed the street. Either way he is a survivor and now he is one of us. He went to the vet today and is about 6-7 years […]
Hello Cathy, I just wanted to take a minute to share my experiences I have had with your JBL 125A Aftermarket Kit. I am using 8 JBL 125A woofers in a project I am building as I have long loved the sound of these wonderful vintage drivers. After messing around with the inconsistencies of re-foaming […]
Do you want to repair your EV MS802’s. Here are your current parts options New woofer: 560056101 New woofer surround: RFK8 STRAIT New tweeters are not available, but we have the genuine EV diaphragm to repair your tweeter. 89222A New foams for your tweeter: 70604 or 70534 Take your old speaker and make it new […]
Paul called and requested a DIY recone kit. We did not have a parts list for his speaker, but we told him how to measure his parts so that we could send him what was needed. After a few back and forth emails, he settled on the exact parts needed and we sent his a recone kit. […]
Bo H in Norway needed to recone his SEAS speaker. We did not have a parts list for this particular model, so Bo measured his original recone parts and sent us the specification. We then sent him a list of parts options which he verified. We sent him the recone kit and he did a […]
Carsten in Denmark writes: I wish to thank you for your guidance and help regarding my home speaker project. Earlier this year I was in need for some help and guidance regarding a pair of JBL 2205B woofers I wanted to convert to a pair of 2231A woofers. You and I had some correspondence regarding […]
These pictures were sent from Bo in Denmark showing the results of his DIY repair of an Eminence with a DIY recone kit purchased from us. Bo purchased the 10446 recone kit, glue and epoxy so he had everything needed to successfully complete his repair. His message states: I have now completed the repair of […]
What’s the difference between the JBL 2408H and 2408H-1 drivers? The 2408H-1 has a different phase plug as compared to the 2408H driver. It has a square phasing plug and does not have the collar that causes the screw on connector to be approx .25″ shorter than the 2408H.
What are the differences between the JBL 2414H and 2414H-1 drivers? These drivers have different magnets, top plates, back plates, pole pieces and length. They look similar and have similar model numbers, but are not interchangeable.
Pictured are the before and after reconing of an Audax PR17 midrange repair. We have recone parts for the 7″ speaker used as a mid or a woofer. They were used by JBL, EAW and Audax. You can send to us for repair, or DIY recone. We also have a brand new JBL 165H and […]
The ADS sticky dome tweeters can be repaired. We can mount a new tweeter in the original faceplate and you can enjoy your high frequency sounds again. Featured here is an ADS L810, but the same tweeter was used in almost all ADS models so this can work for you too. We can also use […]
This Peerless midrange was used by many manufacturers including JBL and Infinity. It is a great mid that is no longer available. Fortunately, the only real problem that generally occurs is caused by foam surround dry rot. You can restore your mid by sending to us for repair, or by using the RFK4.25 DIY refoam […]