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Re: 1990 "Sota Time Domaines series 4"
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I wished I own a pair that nice, and sorry it is Past Tense right now. I would call Wilson and talk to them. It may be a less costly repair than you think.

It seems like a great company that would do a reasonable job at taking care of their customers. I would start with them.

Best of luck,

Jim

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I completely agree with Jim the first move is to contact the manufacturer.

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These are NOT Wilson Watts but rather manufactured by "SOTA" the turntable company I am sure you are familiar with.
Thanks anyway
Bo

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Hey guys!
Sorry about the typo error on the SOTA "Time Domaine" speakers they actually were purchased in 1990.

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The rubber surrounds can be replaced quite easily. There are DIY Kits as well as several speaker repair sites on line that can do the job. The tweeters are a whole other issue.
Take some detailed photos and show them on the Audioarma forum and even the AudioAsylum site. You could very well find someone who is familiar with your speaker system to give advice. Re-capping the crossovers is always a nice upgrade to an old speaker system.
Mike

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