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RE: Apogees and ethics - comments

The Apogee situation is very interesting. Unfortunately, there's no semi-affordable (and convenient) way to repair buzzing Apogee speakers. I suspect all of them are buzzing in one form or another at this point in time.

You could cut your losses and sell them.....but I think I would hang onto them.....unless you need the money. The future is unclear and a viable repair procedure may emerge sometime in the future to revive these. Barring that, Apogee's are dinosaurs.....they're just not extinct yet.

Back when I purchased mine in 1986, they were semi-affordable, even for a person who had limited disposable income. Not now. Currently, they're very high-dollar, either to repair or purchase new. I believe the repair facilities (very limited geographically) are providing a service that's not overpriced, considering the labor required, but it's still expensive relative to the initial cost and other alternatives.

There is no GOOD solution for the many Apogee owners.....at this point in time. :(

Cheers,

Dave.


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