Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
I would say that it is perfectly OK to replace the speaker with a new modern one. Measure the aperture (hole) and also get a reading from the old speaker as to the impedance or OHMS and the power handling. This is important as you don't want to damage your new speaker.
When you have the size, impedance and power rating you can then search for a new speaker. If however, a speaker of that period is what you want, there are quite a number of vintage radio websites who will be happy to give you advice from fellow collectors. It MAY even be possible to have your old speaker reconditioned. But being honest, I'm just guessing on that one.
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