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I have a pair of 15" procast mmats and need to replace the rubber seal around the cone. Where can i get a repair kit ?

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Well i havent had just the rubber problem, I've complete recoils. Contact MMATS. They should do it. http://www.mmatsproaudio.com/ Click contact then email

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While it's certainly possible to replace the surrounds, whether it's economical to do so is another question. For very high-end speakers, there are often "repair kits" available to replace spiders, cones, surrounds and for some, even the voice coils. But such parts are usually not available for your run-of-the-mill speakers.

If the speakers are otherwise in good condition, and you are willing to spend some time with them, you can use an adhesive foam to construct a new surround. A product called "shoe goo" makes a good permanent bond. It's a super strong rubber cement and will hold up under the stresses of the moving speaker cone.

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