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8351B Coaxial Driver Replacement

js_k0914, modified 2 Years ago.

8351B Coaxial Driver Replacement

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 4/21/20 Recent Posts


I am a user using 8351B, 7370A. 

Recently, the coaxial driver of the 8351B was broken due to an unfortunate accident, but when I contacted a local distributor, I was charged about $900. 

The international price is $4,000 each, and it costs almost a quarter of the price as? 

Does the cost of replacing the coaxial driver incur this much? 

What is the situation in the manufacturer's home country and other countries?

costakis, modified 2 Years ago.

RE: 8351B Coaxial Driver Replacement

Padawan Posts: 76 Join Date: 2/13/19 Recent Posts

Usually, if you buy a product, part by part, it will cost you much more than the complete product. Another factor that raises the price is the scarcity of the spare part. I guess that the driver is not a fast-moving part, it doesn't fail much and therefore would be more expensive to keep a stock out of it. Anyway, I hope that the accident will not happen again and you will enjoy your fantastic speakers.