OK so I have had this SDA SRS 2.3TL speaker set for longer than I can remember. I just did some modifications to the stereo system (new amplifier), swept out the cobwebs (literally) and tested everything. Alas, one of the SL3000 tweeters is kaput.
I'll order a replacement on Monday. I understand that the SL3000 replacements use a silk dome rather than the earlier trilaminate material. I suspect this will be a little brighter than the original but I doubt that it will make much difference. I suspect that any difference will be swamped by room acoustics.
Of course I could purchase a pair for balance, but I'll try just one at first. Any advice?
Also, why do tweeters quit in the first place?