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I have some old home stereo towers

I want to replace the speakers in my towers and i need to know where to get replacement parts the towers are really old

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You only need the impedance of the speakers, power rms, and mounting hole size. Go here and mix and match their huge selection.

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

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