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Infinity RS 2/RS 2000.2 blown tweeter

I recently bought a used pair of RS2's only to find that one of the tweets is blown. I have spent the last 60 min looking for a replacement but with no luck. Does anybody know of a good OEM parts supplier (other than Infinity of course!) that would have these or a near direct replacement??

Thanks ahead of time,
James

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Check out www.speakerrepair.com They're out of Orange County but they have a great business and do very good work and good replacement parts.

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