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I have recently inherited a very good Hi-Fi system and a pair of Royd Envoy loudspeakers. However, these speakers are missing the 'mesh' from the front. Does anyone know where I could obtain two of these? I have searched Google but found nothing.
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Seems they are no longer made and company is out of business. There is no official Royd site according to TAC.

Best bet is to get someone who customizes speakers to make you a pair of mesh covers or do them yourself if you like working with your hands. The local library should have some good books of this subject with plans. Maybe check a few of the audiophile's magazines.

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Seems they are no longer made and company is out of business. There is no official Royd site according to TAC.

Best bet is to get someone who customizes speakers to make you a pair of mesh covers or do them yourself if you like working with your hands. The local library should have some good books of this subject with plans. Maybe check a few of the audiophile's magazines.

Ron

Hmm, okay thanks.

I'll see what I can get done. :)

The speakers are pretty old so it makes sense that the manufacturer may have gone kaput.
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I searched as hard as you did and just wasn't coming up with anything either. I use to have a Marantz which I kept in tip top shape, but then I was in electronics and had the test equipment to tweak it to the best it could get. Making speaker grilles shouldn't be too hard.

Good luck.

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Hehe, my dad's into all of this HiFi business, we have an all-tube system.

Anyway, sound-wise, they are not that important, so you can actually get along without them...
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Hehe, my dad's into all of this HiFi business, we have an all-tube system.

Anyway, sound-wise, they are not that important, so you can actually get along without them...

Yeah, I was just hoping to have them as they make the speakers look a lot neater and keep them clean and protected.
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