Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Thanx for your reply. Just to be clear as I was not initially, the problem is broken speaker connection spring-type "clips" Two of them are broken, so I was wondering if they could be repaired, or is there a replacement solution.
Thanx again, I really appreciate your time!
Yes these clips can be replaced. There are a number of suppliers on the net that provide speaker parts. Look around and find one that will fit. As long as the hole is filled (no gaps) the speaker integrity won't be broken. The exact shape is not important. Figure on $2-$5 for the part. If you are looking for the specific NAD part, that will be a bit more difficult. I'm assuming that the clips are on the speaker not the receiver. If hte clips you are talking about are on the receiver end, this gets a bit more complex. Try calling NAD service and ask for the part. It may not be cheap, but there should still be some around.
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