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Topic # 121048 22-Jun-2013 16:00
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Well at first I thought it was just my poor hearing, but no I have managed to blow a little 1" tweeter on one of my Yamaha NS-777's

Anyone know who to call to get a replacement, or have an idea on what other tweeters can be used as a suitable replacement (will be replacing both if it's a a different tweeter)

Trying to do the same as this person in SA did http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi-way/214186-suggestions-fitting-replacement-tweeter-yamaha-ns-777-a.html' target='_blank'> Photo's

Thanks,

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  Reply # 842040 23-Jun-2013 19:32
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Have you tried contacting a retailer who retails Yamaha speakers? They'd be able to get one off the importer no doubt?

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  Reply # 842215 24-Jun-2013 10:26
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try these guys for repairs?

http://www.soundsystems.co.nz/categories/Speaker-Repairs/

Im sure theres a audiophile repair dude in your area?


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