Okay, I finally got around to tearing down my pair of EPI M50 bookshelf speakers. Here come the pictures:
Overall shot of the speakers. Notice how the tweeter mount overhangs the woofer a bit. Space problems?
Tweeter removed. Notice first how there's a light circle where the tweeter once was. It appears that after they had them built, they would spray the face of the cabinet, either with spray paint or some other black substance. Also notice the low profile, square magnet on the tweeter. Kinda strange, but fits with the inverted-surround paper cone
Profile shot of the tweeter magnet
Profile shot of the woofer magnet... also a square magnet assembly.
There's the crossover in all it's glory.
Not gonna be easy to replace the posts in the back w/ nice binding posts.... nuts.
Hmmmm.... sound deadening or fiberglass insulation.... felt like insulation to me. God I hope it's not asbestos
Here are the posts I need to replace. You can see that they're pretty beat up...
That concludes my tour through the EPI M50 bookshelf speakers. Any questions? No? I have one for you.... How can I replace those posts????