HUMAN Speakers has been building and repairing speakers since 1987. I can diagnose and repair most American-made speakers at any level necessary, and some imported models (the only problem with some imports is their use of metric parts, which can be hard to obtain).
Many older speakers that are otherwise perfectly good require no more than refoaming the woofers to get them back up on their feet. Sometimes more extensive damage will require reconing (a complete rebuild) or appropriate replacement of drivers, or analysis and repair of crossover circuitry.
Located just barely off NH Route 125 in Lee, the shop is easy to get to from anywhere in Southern Maine and Southeast New Hampshire. Visits are welcome by appointment over a wide range of available hours, please call or email to make arrangements.
Obviously, it is easy to plug the address here into the guidance system of your choice:
7 Kelsey Road
Lee NH 03861
But I also took the trouble and pleasure to create this wonderful set of directions:
|From York, Kittery, Eliot, and other coastal points in Southern Maine: ||From Portsmouth: ||From Dover and Somersworth: ||From Rochester and points north: ||From Concord and points northwest: ||From Manchester and points southwest: ||From Exeter, Hampton, and points southeast:|
|Drive to Portsmouth using Interstate 95, taking Exit 5 onto what becomes Route 16 north. ||Make your way out of town through Newington to Route 16, past the malls ||Make your way out of town via Silver Street to 155 and follow it through Madbury into Lee. Take the right turn for the ramp onto Route 4 west. ||Drive south on Route 125 through Gonic and Barrington until you reach the Lee Traffic Circle. ||Make your way out of town until you are on Route 4 east. ||Make your way to Route 101 and proceed east to Exit 7. Turn left at the lights, north onto Route 125. ||Make your way to Route 101 and proceed west to Exit 7. Turn right at the lights, north onto Route 125.|
|Follow 16 over the bridge to Dover Point, and take exit 6W onto Route 4 and Durham Point. ||Follow Route 4 east until you reach the Lee Traffic Circle - the intersection with Route 125. ||You are now in Epping, the Center of the Universe. |
Go about 6.5 miles. A half mile after the Route 152 lights, 125 bends to the left. Start signalling left and slowing down, Kelsey Road is on the left just around this bend, right after Carworks.
|Follow Route 4 west through the outskirts of Durham, past the WUNH antenna, until you reach the Lee Traffic Circle - the intersection with Route 125. |
|Go 3/4 of the way around and turn onto 125 South. ||Go half way around it and continue south. ||Turn onto 125 south - the first right.|
|Go about 3.5 miles, past the nudist camp sign and Lee USA Speedway on your right, and take a right turn onto Kelsey Road. |
|HUMAN Speakers is located in a nondescript building a couple hundred feet up Kelsey Road, on the left.
I seem to have forgotten Greenland, Stratham, Seabrook, Brentwood, Nottingham, Northwood, Epsom, Raymond, the Berwicks, and a few others. Please do not take offense!
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