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Loudspeaker Repair or Buy New Replacement?

I have a pair of 8" loudspeakers in my home speaker system that are producing no sound. I am considering buying replacement, but they are quite expensive from the manufacturer. I see there are companies on line that will repair them for less. Any opinion on whether a repaired speaker is just as good as the original? OR, am I better off to just buy the replacement from the manufacturer at a higher cost? They are actually Martin Logan Ascents, but the Product description below would not take that info.

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Here is a site that offers great deals on all varieties of drivers. I have ordered many times from them before and their customer support is very helpful. Hope this helps,

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http://www.parts-express.com/

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I have tried the repair thing before. They can be repaired the only problem is they dont seem to hold up as good or for long. I found it better just to replace speekers with new ones

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