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  1. Hello, I found this site by looking for information on vintage floor speakers--Allison 9s. I am the original owner of a pair of walnut Allison 9 speakers. Can you please guide me on the cost of restoring my speakers? I think I would need to replace the two mid-range speakers, one tweeter, and re-foam the two woofers-just from my reading on some websites? I am also open to selling them, if I could buy speakers that are equal in value--here you can see I am a complete novice in speakers--as I saw a website selling floor speakers up to 10,000 for a pair......wow! My Allison 9s retailed for about 1,000. for the pair when I bought them around 1984? If I were to replace these speakers, what would it cost to replace them for a pair of speakers that are "equal" in value? I could swear that when I listen to these Allison's, I hear notes that other speakers don't produce? Am I completely biased, or I am a correct? Thanks for your replies......
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