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Yep, i bet a pair of speakers with ribbon tweets(dali for instance) would be life changing on the b&o. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Tiger S.;14707901 
Yep, i bet a pair of speakers with ribbon tweets(dali for instance) would be life changing on the b&o. thumb.gif

One of the tweeters in the B&O S75 speakers are blown, so I likely will be replacing both tweets with some ribbon tweets or some planar transducer tweets. Unfortunately, they're quite expensive, so I may just spring for some silk dome tweets like they already have. Don't want to spend more than $50 repairing these speakers, I've already spent about $80 on parts to repair the beomaster.
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Good news, everyone!

Instead of trying to find replacement tweeters I decided to attempt to repair the blown tweeter. Inside the tweeters voice coil, I found a broken wire (voice coil wire is no wider than a hair) and gave it a tiny solder. Checked the resistance with my multimeter and BAM! 4ohms. Reinstalled it and it sounds great! This project is complete. Next up I'll be installing some blue lights in my Pioneer SX-780. Thanks for watching!
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I have a Beomaster 2400. Don't quite know where to start with repair on turntable. Does anyone work on these things? I'm in dallas
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