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  1. Hello gentlemen/Ladies. First time poster here. I had just bought this unit on ebay and it was damaged in shipping. The coils had separated from the crossover network as seen in the pictures, and I don't know if they can be repaired or if it's feasible or not. I am asking for your advice/help here. The good news is that the driver survived, and I have deemed it "The Driver Survivor". "I have been lurking here for a while now, and have a lot of questions about my speakers, and I really like the atmosphere on this forum. The subwoofer was largely ignored on ebay, as you really can't find anything by searching for them generically. They were from the Kentucky rebirth of Allison that I had sourced a lot of my drivers from, and I purchased all of the drivers to fully replace my Fours and Threes, "just in case" :). That being said, it looks like the coils had separated from the crossover during shipping, so the insurance refunded my purchase and I was able to keep the unit. :). If anyone knows what I can do to get these repaired, it would be greatly appreciated. The crossover is in good shape, all things considered, but the coils are rather heavy and need to be reattached and working again. This is a passive 8 inch sub that is a MS-W4 and I have heard they are from a Hsu laboratory, but I don't know if that's correct or not. Here are some pictures of the damaged unit.
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