Step 3: Do It Again!

Now that you've got one magnet, try for 20!  I've been collecting for 2-3 years and I've got almost 40. My best one looks somthing like a  a landmine, and weighs, oh, I don't know, 30, maybe 40 pounds.

What to do with all those magnets?  Maybe you could sell them on Ebay, or start a speaker repair shop - it's up to you. Have fun with this.  

Black Hole over and out 
<p>That is a lot of BFF&amp;I did you break many? </p>
Objectively speaking the hatchet was overkill but I'm always a fan of overkill....
I almost did what you did, but then I found out hoe to save the speakers. All it takes is some glue , or GE Sealant and some paper, plastic or light material. Make a patch and glue it where the speaker is cracked. Let it dry and its fixed. Sounds just like new. I save my big speakers from the landfill. Very happy. FYI

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