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I have an older Pyle 10" PA speaker and somehow it's completely blow itself to smithereens ...after lending my PA to an away band for a local gig, the band however they claim they never used the speaker noticing it's condition before plugging in.. I saw it before hand I never noticed the shredded cone inside, but did immediately on it's return. We used this same PA 3 weeks prior and it went well with accoustic guitar and vocals running through it in a small venue. So I now have to try and get it fixed...can you help me with where I can do this in New Zealand please? Regards, Chrissie

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You need to search for a service that can "recone" speakers... However, you might be better to just replace the speaker in the cabinet. A 10 inch speaker is not that expensive.

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