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    Senior Member Don Mascali's Avatar
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    Woofer Refoams in Florida.

    I recently picked up a pair of 4412A's for $225 that were really nice but needed foam. I also have a pair of L100t3's that have finally given up too. I gathered up the 128H-1's and the 2214's and took them up to The Speaker Exchange in Tampa, FL. for repair.

    These guy's have been well recommended here on the Forum, and are a 45 minute drive away. I decided to let them do it as I don't seem to have the patience required to do a good job. I will share my experiance with them when I pick them up.
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    I hope you're enjoying life in Florida!

    Just wondering, considering his email address/ISP, how close Rick Cobb rcobb@tampabay.rr.com might be to you, and what his suggestion might be?

    All the best, and good luck with the restorations.
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    Pick up

    I took the one hour drive up to Tampa to pick up the woofers today. They were ready on Friday (7 days after drop off). Life happens and I finally got the time to go.
    The work is excellent, resonably priced and they are good people to deal with. I installed the drivers this afternoon and gave both sets a workout. All is as it should be and I have a renewed appreciation for Vintage JBL of all types.
    I would recommend them without reservation.
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    May I ask, what was the total parts/labor price?

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    The price was $58.50 each, which includes parts, labor and sales tax.
    4406, 4412A, L100, L100t3 (3 pair), L1, L7, 4645C, 4660A, 4695B, SR4735 and various DIY JBL Pro loaded systems.

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