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anyone know where to find some EPP100 Grills, black

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#1 JRS11



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Posted 10 April 2010 - 02:38 AM

fabric....I just put these back in my main room after years and wonder what took me so long, but one of the grills is toast, the other just a tad ugly, logo is missing. any help appreciated.

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 05:49 PM

I just used some fairly sheer stretchy black fabric I must have harvested from another speaker. It looks much better than the original. A fabric store might also have some stretchy black fabric. I use a hot glue gun for attachemtnt to the frames, but others use staples. Be sure to stretch fairly tight so there are no wrinkles in the fabric once attached.

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 07:06 PM

How-to here:
This is also a good site for EPI stuff.
The stretchy cloth is available online from PartsExpress and just about anyone who sells speaker stuff.

J. Kent Hollingsworth


Vintage system: DB Systems DB-lB/2A Preamp; DB-5 Tone control; DB-9 Headphone amp; Adcom 555/II amp, KLH Eighteen tuner; Tivoli CD; AR-3(a) speakers with MicroStatic supertweeters; AR-91 speakers; VMPS sub; AR-XA Turntable (awaiting restoration).
Home Theater speakers: Cizek KA-1 front; Cizek HTA rear; CSW Ambiance side; Minimus 7 (Zilch mod) front wide; Home brew front high; rbh center; CSW sub.

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