I know, for many those speakers might not be worthwhile looking at but honestly I can't think of replacing them. Being an old timer, I still have problem with bass as a separate and for the audio I still prefer a full range speaker. This speaker has 2 tweeters (1 3/4"), mid (5 1/4") and a huge 15" woofer (which got me in trouble more than once with my neighboors in my younger days.
Both speakers work however, one of the mid was replaced years back and is not the original nor fit the enclosure properly. I have googled just about evertything trying to find some resources to find parts for those babies and of unsuccessfully.
* 1 of the dust cap from one of the 15" woofer is slightly squished in, it doesn't affect the performance of the speaker but I would still like to know if there is a fix for that?
* Of course I would love to find the appropriate mid range replacement. Who knows, maybe even in the used?
* Lastly, if anyone has some suggestion on refacing the grills. The grill frames are wooden frames and slowly the pieces are detaching from each other. Originally stapled, would it be best glued? I also wouldn't mind to redo the material screen. It is stapled all around the wooden frame, would it be best to install over the old one (as I am afraid to damage the britle wooden frame) or is it better to remove the old one and start all over from scratch?
I realize for many those humble speakers maybe not worthwhile but in all honesty, I much prefer the sound of thos 3 way with decent size woofer than potentially higher end and newer speakers with such insignificant woofer size.
Thanks in advance for your help!