ODS123 Posted November 23, 2017 Share Posted November 23, 2017 As you may have read in my previous Thread, my first pair of Cornwall III's had a mid-range horn that was not flush mounted against the baffle. The dealer happily agreed to replace the pair but my second pair has a fairly obvious dent. Ugh!! I understand nothing is totally perfect, but such an obvious mark on top of the speaker? The box did seem a bit rough, with more than a few dents and a small perforation on the top of the box, but none of the dents or hole correspond w/ this dent on the speaker. ..I suspect it left the factory this way. ..It almost looks like it was set down on a staple, nail or snip of wire as the the riser was being bolted onto the speaker. ..I'm so sick of this. These speakers are freakin' awesome!!! ..But $4200 is a ton of money, they should be blemish free and have drivers that fit properly. So once again, I'm asking? What would you do? ..Just live with it, or return the speakers - yet again - to the dealer? 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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