Hey, I was just wanted to solicit a few opinions from the panel. I'm pretty sure I blew one of the 10's in my Redhead. It's making a loud buzz at relativly low volumes on certain notes. I pulled out the speaker in question just to make sure there was nothing rattling inside the cabnet. While there are no noticable tears in the speaker, there seems to be a little flap of paper on the back of the speaker that rattles like crazy when played. Can speakers be repaired or is it best to replace them. If it can be repaired, what do I need and is it worth it.....or should I just replace it. If I need to replace it....what are the best replacment speakers? Keep in mind that I need to get it fixed somehow before this weekend, so I can't be ordering some exotic speakers on-line, because I don't have enough time to wait for it. Here are my speaker specs from the Redhead owners manual: 10" woofer assembly, 2" Hi temp. copper wound high efficiency Kapton voice coil. Massive 60 oz. focused magnet/150 watts RMS. Thanks for any suggestions and I'll be calling around to the local shops to see what kind of replacements they carry. Then I'll return and ask those of you who have replaced your own speakers, which one worked the best.