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Where can i get a replacement 1501 bass speaker for my unit at a cheap price or can i use anotherf speaker in it

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We can only guess what device you need the speaker for as there is no brand mentioned in you posting.

There are speaker suppliers on Ebay that are fair priced. DO CHECK dimensions as they vary and may not quite fit your unit.

Many of the bass amps use Celestion speakers and depending on the size the price varies. DON'T be to cheap on speakers as they may not hold up and you get to listen to them for a while!

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