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Speaker on the subroofer the speaker split in pieces. Where can it be purchased?

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Any local electronics store, radio shack for example (if you have one close by). just check the speaker size or bring it with you. otherwise, you might want to just try hot gluing the speaker back together, it usually works pretty good.

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