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Hi simba

If it is the foam surrounds on you speakers you are referring to, then that can be replaced by most decent HiFi repair guys. Cost you differing amounts for different size speakers, starting about $30 for a 6". You may have to ring around in your area to get someone that does this sort of work. Go first to a HiFi specialist store. Good Luck, and thanks for using fixya

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Posted on May 05, 2008

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