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1st, if you want a new speaker(just the sub, not the cabinet), ask Mackie for the nearest dealer.
2nd, If you want to have the speaker reconed, I can recommend :

Central Florida Speaker
714 W. Smith
Orlando,FL 32804
407.423.6566

They do good work.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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