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The large speakers ( approx. 8 inches ) inside my ohm L speaker cabinets are disintegrating and I would like to replace them. Are they worth repairing as they are quite old? Where can I get replacement parts Thank You.

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You can get replacements directly from Ohm. They have a website. They cost $95 each and are noticeably better than the old woofers. Ed

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