Try these guys:
Remove the fuse. It's a relic from 20+ years ago that had it's place when speakers were inefficient, and underpowered amps were often driven into clipping which resulted in driver damage. If your amp is 100+ watts and you keep the SPL under 103 dB, the fuse is unnecessary. Dahlquist never published the sensitivity for the DQ-10s, but it's speculated to be about 85 dB.
You should check out the Dahlquist group over at Yahoo. A lot of good folks there that are willing to help:
Best of luck!
Yep, Mingles is right on. Back in the day, I inserted Fulton Brown copper wire sections in place of the fuses, which yielded a modicum of improvement in sound. I used a 250W per channel amp , and I cranked them up quite a bit without problem. I'm sure that today you can find even better fuse-bypassing options.