That is a good choice. But why you don't check the hs8 difference between $50. I will suggest you buy hs8. It is better then hs7.
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I would strongly suggest putting an insurance claim and replacing them. Water damaged cabinets may swell and come unsealed over time, as well as the speakers themselves and the electronics degrading faster than you might expect.
I see from the manual there are several controls on the speaker that could affect the sound in the way you describe (gain, hi- and mid-boost, acoustic space). Why don't you compare the actions of each control with the working speaker as the standard and a test tone or FM noise as the source? It might help you to identify a specific internal function that has changed. After that, someone's going to have to crack it open and do surgery.
You might also try using the opposite input (TRS vs XLR) than the one you're using. It might reveal something.
Suggest for that is to delete that part which is the transition then after that put a new one save it then try making a disc again. Another is if your Studio 11 not yet install the patch I suggest to you to visit Pinnacle web site then download the patch. http://pinnaclesys.com/PublicSite/us/Products/Consumer+Products/Home+Video/Studio+Family/Studio+Plus+11+Support/Download+Area/Drivers+-+Updates/Studio+11_1_2+patch.htm?mode=documents&Display=1