Hi. I am having a problem with a very old Polk speaker, that I think is a Monitor 10, based on the image here. The speaker doesn't have any model name or number anywhere on it. (I have yet to figure out how to open the cabinet.) Here are two images of the speaker I am talking about:
My mom says that she bought this speaker (and another one, of course) back in the early 80s, perhaps 83 or 84. Up until recently, they had been hooked up to a partially blown Denon amplifier of the same vintage that had been damaged in an electrical storm. (This is a completely different story, but yes the amplifier was surge-protected.) Recently, I hooked the speakers up to a new amplifier, but I quickly discovered that one lacked very severely in high-frequency response. After removing the front cover, I found that the tweeter was not functioning. I was wondering if it might be possible to get a replacement tweeter, and if so, how I might go about doing it. Thanks!