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Replacements for ProMedia v2-400 subwoofer's cracked foam rings?


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#1 ant

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Posted 24 November 2013 - 11:06 PM

Hello.

Where can I buy/get replacements for Klipsch ProMedia v2-400 subwoofer's cracked foam rings? Any from Best Buy, Radio Shack, Costco, Walmart, Fry's Electronics, etc. in or near Los Angeles (L.A.) area?

Thank you in advance. :)

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Posted 30 November 2013 - 04:34 PM

I think your best bet would be to find replacement drivers from partsexpress.com.

On the surface these look like a good fit but a little pricey http://www.parts-exp...peaker--264-919

You could try the cheaper option of these http://www.parts-exp...ielded--290-352

$48/each or $15/each. At $96/pair, you might be better off buying a replacement sub on eBay for parts.

Edit: Found foam ring repair kit on eBay for $27, try that out? http://www.ebay.com/...=item2321ce736b


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Posted 30 November 2013 - 04:50 PM

I think your best bet would be to find replacement drivers from partsexpress.com.

On the surface these look like a good fit but a little pricey http://www.parts-exp...peaker--264-919

You could try the cheaper option of these http://www.parts-exp...ielded--290-352

$48/each or $15/each. At $96/pair, you might be better off buying a replacement sub on eBay for parts.

Replace the whole part and not just the foam? The rubber foam rings was already removed. Too bad Klipsch doesn't sell parts. They wanted me to replace the whole thing! Um, no if it works. Just need part replacements. :(


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Posted 03 December 2013 - 02:51 PM

Klipsch's online support offered me to replace the whole subwoofer for about 20 bucks + shipping + taxes. They also said they not do parts that I was looking for. The subwoofer replacement could only be done through the phone (800-554-7724), currently back ordered (4-6 weeks), and have long waits to answer. I e-mailed back if it can be online, and they said no. Lame! I gave up since I found a local small store in Garden Grove with the parts. :P


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