Dunlavy doesn't use the most esoteric parts, beieving that more expensive parts don't provide any more benefit than less expensive ones and that in some cases are worse. Many parts manufacturers allow themselves a rather generous tolerance level. Dunlavy tests and matches theses parts then fine tunes each set of speakers to a be +/- 1.5 db to a specific model of parameters. Much of the expenses of Dunlavy products is the result of this individual fine tuning of each pair of speakers to meet these strict parameters. I don't belive most people have an anechonic chamber and the necessary equipment or expertice to replace parts and meet this level of precision tuning. Bottom line, while you may be able to find parts that claim to be superior, you may not be able to verify the claims and further more even if you could you might not be able to implement them as well as the factory did with lesser parts. You might want to heed the old adage "If ain't broke don't fix it".
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