I have a pair of Polk Monitor Series 2 outdoor speakers with which I have been well pleased for many years. Just this weekend, I noticed some poor sound in one and after removing the cover, I saw that the rubber surround was damaged. I believe that this was more a result of many years of being outdoor, although the speakers are located under an overhang and are well protected from the weather.
Anyway, I tried to get a replacement woofer from Polk, only to learn that they no longer have any. I then thought about trying to repair the rubber surround or replace it and wondered whether this could be done. I am aware that the paper or foam surrounds on indoor speakers could be repaired but how about rubber? Any suggestions or pointers to a Website or newsgroup would be appreciated!