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Replacement tweeters Hi I need two replacement tweeters for my celestion a2s do you know which make and model I could use that will fit inside the oval housing thanks

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Why not go for replacement diaphragms for the ones you have ?

Its not realy difficult to do it yourself
celestion a2 tweeter blown or not


http://reconingspeakers.com/product-category/diaphragms/celestion-diaphragms

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SOURCE: I need to buy a replacement woofer and tweeter

http://www.usspeaker.com/homepage.htm
http://www.speakerdoctor.com/diaphragms.html
both these companys deal with celestion speakers,for replacments go to usspeaker,to have the originals repaired go the speaker doctor.both have 800 #'s.now which to do is a matter of money.also make sure you don't have a blown crossover(its rare for the high & low freq drivers to go at once)this is usualy crossover related.happy hunting.hope this helps.thanx for using fix-ya!!! p.s.(please tell me you did'nt try best buy:) :) :) HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!!!!!

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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Hello,

I will advice you check ebay.com or amazon.com to search and the item needed.

Take care.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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If you have little kids the center of a tweeter is the perfect place to poke, And wow it dents just like that. Hears a tip. Get some black electrical tape and cut a piece just big enough to fit on the dent, leave a tail piece to hold on to, Then with a quick yank pull the tape directly toward you. this in most cases will pull the dent out clean. There are some cases where leaving the dent may cause distortion in the first harmonic however this is very small so the dent though ugly , presents no problem. THE GREAT OZ.

Posted on Aug 16, 2011

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The part number for the A series 3 bar tweeter is T4969/P. The 3 bars refers to the 3 bars in the casting to protect the dome. I got this number from the box of my spare tweeter I have the earlier 1 bar castings in my A3's.

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I only modeled the front flange of the tweeter to save time. I have not built any of these yet but the price would probably be $400 for a pair of adapter plates and speaker flange modifications. But when you are done you would have replaceable tweeter for a long time to come. The 2 protective bars are drawer handles available for $3 each.

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http://www.speaker-repairs.com.au/coils.htm voice coil rewinding in australia

http://www.speakerex.com/diaphragms_new.html in Florida can rebuild the woofer and replace the midrange but no longer have the 4 ohm diaphragm for the tweeter.

If you want the drawings (and 3D geometry file necessary for the machinist to make the curved edges) for the adapter plate and tweeter flange modification contact me at mercedes280se-4@yahoo.com

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