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I have two Infinity 6 kappa speakers. (floor speakers) Over the years they have dried out and cracked. Sound is distored. What can I do to put them back in excellent condition....

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If you want it as excelent as it was when new then you just have to get the drivers replaced by originals. But if you can settle for less, then you can just have it reconed by a speaker specialist. but try to find a good one.. for those repairing high quality speakers.

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