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Old Speaks Although I'm not a professional when it comes to audio devices and how they work with regards to other equipment (i.e. computers, home audio systems), I do know when a speaker is going bad. I have had the trusty JBL Creature II Computer Speakers for quite some time; I got them my freshman year of college and I'm now in my third year, annoying people with them ever since. As such, I obviously really enjoy the set, and I'd rather not lose it. But, nothing is made to last forever and this is where my question comes in. Recently this past semester, I was playing music using the speakers, when the upper range tweeter started to crack and fizzle a little. After turning the system off and inspecting that speaker, I noticed that the silver part of the  cone had come a little free of the cone itself. I just want to know if this is something which I can fix, or if it's more serious. Any help would great! Thanks in advance, Eric Howard

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Re: Old Speaks

If u r little idea u can fix it
by using sinthetic rubber based gum (like fevicol sr) and glue it.

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