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  1. I've used those tweeter diaphragms in several speakers. They are a nice subtle upgrade for that type of tweeter. I haven't put them in kg3.2, but several other models.
  2. Anyone else? I was thinking about black rubber cement.
  3. If you have trouble figuring it out on your own, post clearer pictures of the same serial number tags and we can help.
  4. Any advice on repairing the woofer surrounds on my newly acquired RF-7 II speakers. I am very familiar with refoaming speakers, but I've never replaced rubber surrounds. 2 woofers have 2 or 3 cracks in the surrounds, the other 2 are fine. I also can't even find the rubber surround replacements for this type of woofer. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  5. I use a cleaning spray that I spray on the towel first and wipe it down to clean them. I would recommend using a rejuvenating oil of some sort. I like to use this for oak speakers: Howard Restor-A-Finish 16 oz. Golden Oak https://www.homedepot.com/p/Howard-Restor-A-Finish-16-oz-Golden-Oak-RF3016/100592964 Let it dry for a couple of hours then I like to put some wax over the cabinets to keep them from drying out. Howard 16 oz. Feed-N-Wax wood polish https://www.homedepot.com/p/Howard-16-oz-Feed-N-Wax-wood-polish-FW0016/100592963
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  7. I upgraded my subwoofer to an SVS subwoofer, so I'm selling my old Definitive Technology subwoofer. It's a great "little" subwoofer, I just wanted something newer that could dig deeper into the teens. I'm asking $500 obo. Here's my Craigslist ad: https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/ele/d/norton-definitive-technology-powerfield/7305207085.html
  8. Heresies are great little speakers. I've had several pairs of them, but I've kept my belles. I love my belles and Khorns. La Scalas should pretty much sound the same as belles, but belles are prettier. It basically depends on if you want to take it slow and dip your toes in the Klipsch heritage waters, or dive right in. Either way, enjoy!
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