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    Default Speaker cabinet specs

    I have an old pair of Bose 301's. Not sure of the exact model but they are from 1990. One of the speakers fell off it's stand and the cabinet broke apart.
    Is there someplace that I could find the specs to build a new cabinet?
    I wrote to Bose but they were useless.
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    Measure the good one.
    'Political Correctness'.........defined

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    Agree with F1, pretty much take your table saw and cut the "good" one up and take measurements. Of course, "good" is completely subjective when you pick between the two.

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    Hehe......
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    I thought of that approach, but it seemed too painful.
    Then there's the grill problem.

    Thanks for the info.
    I'll try it.
    Or
    It might become firewood.

    Joey

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    Quote Originally Posted by irregularjoe
    I thought of that approach, but it seemed too painful.
    Then there's the grill problem.

    Thanks for the info.
    I'll try it.
    Or
    It might become firewood.

    Joey
    I'll send you firewood in exchange for the speaker parts?

    I have a ping-pong table that I am going to cut up...it will make a couple of subs and, well, maybe a couple of muellenbose 301pp's.

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    I'd imagine the postage would be a little high.:)

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