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Topic # 242223 16-Oct-2018 20:29
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I have 4 10" woofers that need re-foaming. I found a place in Auckland but I would prefer somebody in Wellington. There used to be a hifi shop on Jackson Street which sold used kit and the owner told me once he did re-foaming but that seems to have gone now.

 

Anybody know of any other places I could check out?

 

I have found kits online but I am loathe to do it myself - looks fiddly.

 

 

 

Thanks





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  Reply # 2110014 17-Oct-2018 19:55
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was that the toolbox ?

 

sam from greytown, he has a new business.

 

contact details here;

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/services/other-services/other/auction-1779854931.htm?rsqid=c1648576b9f14192bf7d99d041d503c6

 

 

 

you could also try marcus wilson

 

not sure if he's still doing repairs but he was very good.

 

https://www.marcuswilson.org/index.html

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2110020 17-Oct-2018 19:59
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https://cowanaudioservices.co.nz/ 

 

He repaired a couple of subs for me, really good guy/service


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2110037 17-Oct-2018 21:11
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Thanks

 

Cowan Audio looks like a good bet. Might save me having to ship the woofers to Auckland.





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  Reply # 2110072 17-Oct-2018 21:59
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They were velodyne subs, I took them in expecting to pay but he found that they were still under warranty (5 years I think) so got them repaired for free which was a bonus

 

 


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