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Topic # 60758 2-May-2010 19:49
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Ive recently bought a pair of Wharfdale Xarus 5000 front speakrs. They work really well, except one has a blown twetter, and it really unbalances the lot at the moment. I had a replacement tweeter which i thought would fit, but its for the wrong speakers (b&w and wharflade, yup). Can anyone point me the right way on where to find a tweeter which will fit this set? Thanks

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  Reply # 325939 3-May-2010 09:45
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Jaycar might be a good place to start. Might allow for an upgrade, rather than a straight replace too. There are also a few online DIY audio shops here in NZ.

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  Reply # 325942 3-May-2010 09:56
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Something like this would fit in it's place, but it might be a good bet to two and replace both
http://www.hasaudio.co.nz/seas-prestige-25tafnqg-h0623-25mm-aluminium-dome-tweeter-p-174.html





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  Reply # 326313 4-May-2010 10:33
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Try Axxent Audio in New Lynn. That is if you live in Auckland. It's best to fit off 2 identical drivers - one per side, otherwise you may continue with a slight inbalance in your treble.

If you want to try your hand at replacing the drivers yourself then HAS Audio should be able to give you some good advice. They'd probably recommend doing both drivers if they don't have an equivalent driver to your blown one.

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