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    Thanks for the offer but im going to go make one with speakon and 12gu speaker wire i have around

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    Quote Originally Posted by sh429 View Post
    Thanks for the offer but im going to go make one with speakon and 12gu speaker wire i have around
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    would this be a good drop in replacement binding post for the SDA? https://www.parts-express.com/pe/sho...umber=091-1245 And F1nut, i would like to do that and i can modify the cable i make now for that later as the money part is short right now, only looking to throw 30ish bucks at them, later down the road how ever... id also make it so i could sit in my rack ahaha just me

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    You should find out if those are gold plated copper or brass. I'm betting brass, which you don't want.
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    eh im holding off on this, as i just went to school and cant even look at them anyway... any one know why the speakers are sticky? i dont think it was a outside thing as its just the wood covering the plastic is fine... just wondering may sound stupid... soap and water dosnt work ether and dont want to ruin the out sides of them

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    hey does anyone have any tips for speaker box restoration these early sda's? the finish feels almost like paper so I'm not sure of the best method in recondition them. It feels as if the glue has seeped through because its very uniform the stickiness. Any ideas would be appreciated, Thanks!

    Also got the speakon stuff in just waiting a time to install it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sh429 View Post
    hey does anyone have any tips for speaker box restoration these early sda's? the finish feels almost like paper so I'm not sure of the best method in recondition them. It feels as if the glue has seeped through because its very uniform the stickiness. Any ideas would be appreciated, Thanks!

    Also got the speakon stuff in just waiting a time to install it
    The covering is heavy grade, wood grained vinyl. The stickiness is most likely years of wax and dirt buildup. I found Fantastic, and a well used Scotch brite pad will remove all the dirt and wax. You can also use a fine Scotch Brite pad that's used instead of steel wool, from the hardware store. Don't use anything too abrasive.
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    The scotch pad wont scratch at all tho? The surface seems very soft that's why I ask... I guess that could be the wax tho...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sh429 View Post
    The scotch pad wont scratch at all tho? The surface seems very soft that's why I ask... I guess that could be the wax tho...
    That's why I said a well used scotch brite pad. If your concerned, use some old rough terry cloth instead. You'll be amazed at the crap that comes off them.
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    Ah i apologize... I will give that a try! thanks for the response!

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