Dear-oh-dear-oh-dear! When I bought a pair of Wharfdale Laser 90B speakers with a description telling me "All in Good Condition and Working order.” I did not expect to see the cone unattached to the rubber surround, there's not the slightest indication or evidence of the cone ever having been attached to the rubber surround whatsoever by any stretch of the imagination - all parts look as new! I mean, how is it even possible for a speaker in this condition to work at all never mind be "All in Good Condition and Working order.”? One thing's for sure, I feel these should be going straight back untested by myself.
On the other hand, the price I paid was £20.00 + £20.00 P&P for the pair, I've only opened one of the two boxes the speakers arrived in so I feel the second speaker will/may/could be in a similar condition.
Question for the forum members:
Apart from the cone issue the speaker is in a seriously good/almost as new condition (externally) so.............do I send them both back or repair the cones myself as the price was good (subject to the 2nd speaker being in a similar/no worse condition)?
I don't mind fixing the speaker(s) if that's all that's needed and I've made no contact with the seller as yet.
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