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  1. I’ll keep that in mind. Thank you.
  2. Thanks. I appreciate the warning. Not sure I want to start repairing a Ferrari my first time trying.
  3. Thank you. I'll check out the restoration guide before making any regrettable decisions. I've attached pics so you can see what I'm working with.
  4. Hi all, I’m brand new here and am not that knowledgeable about classic speakers. My uncle died at the ripe old age of 91 and left me his stereo equipment which includes a set of AR3 speakers. I know he bought them new in the mid-60s. They’re all original and sound like they’re under water. Good bass and mid-range but no top end. I think the tweeters are blown. Also, the pots on the back don’t seem to affect sound at all. I’m trying to figure out what to do with these AR3s. I looked up a repair video on YouTube and it scared the hell out of me. Before I go chopping away at the grills and cabinets, I’d like some advice. Should I attempt to repair them or sell them as-is? If repair, then where’s the best place to go for instructions, parts, etc? I appreciate any two cents you chip in. John
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