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Author Topic: Speaker covers - Tuki isn't taking custom orders now - need a new source  (Read 5639 times)

Steve Hurt

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Not sure I'd want to risk putting in an order right about now if he has slowed down business and is selling ... Just a thought??  I'd go with one of the others recommended here for now till the Tuki thing has settled.

Beauty of a credit card transaction.  If he doesn't deliver, he won't get paid.  I'll take the chance if he;ll make them.  I have 4 year old Tuki covers that still look new.  Probably why he's selling, not enough repeat business because they don't wear out!
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Beauty of a credit card transaction.  If he doesn't deliver, he won't get paid.  I'll take the chance if he;ll make them.  I have 4 year old Tuki covers that still look new.  Probably why he's selling, not enough repeat business because they don't wear out!
Ha ha.... Good testimonial for Tuki right there ........I'd just avoid any problems if it were me... Probably had too many thrown my way over the years due to situations such as this and similar but I understand you have a confidence level with this company and I respect that!
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Cloud 9 covers. Just placed another order for custom covers today


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I have used Tuki Covers to make covers for my speakers
They are no longer taking orders for custom covers.
Any recommendations?

These are for JTR N3TX speakers so its not a stock item with anyone.

Hi Steve,
I have Noesis 2TX pro from JTR (same physical size as the 3TX).

I had the first set made by undercoverny.  I got the medium thickness with protective grill plate.  I love them.  I highly recommend undercover. 

Note... They also made my 2013 Orbit shifter, Growler and Triple 8 covers.

Excellent service.
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Hi Steve,
I have Noesis 2TX pro from JTR (same physical size as the 3TX).

I had the first set made by undercoverny.  I got the medium thickness with protective grill plate.  I love them.  I highly recommend undercover. 

Note... They also made my 2013 Orbit shifter, Growler and Triple 8 covers.

Excellent service.

Undercover made my covers for my wedges. I drew up a sketch for them and the covers fit perfect.


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Does anyone else other than UnderCover make weather resistant sound transparent covers? I always like to have at least two options before making a purchase and it doesn't look like any of the other companies mentioned offer that.
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Mike Christy

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Does anyone else other than UnderCover make weather resistant sound transparent covers? I always like to have at least two options before making a purchase and it doesn't look like any of the other companies mentioned offer that.

FEDEX, UPS and DHL all do - those large clear plastic bags  ;D

(sorry, couldn't help myself...)
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FEDEX, UPS and DHL all do - those large clear plastic bags  ;D

(sorry, couldn't help myself...)

FedEx has a "specimen" bag for medical.. uh... "stuff" that needs to be sent to diagnostic labs.  They seal 100%, are very tough and puncture resistant, water-tight when used correctly.  Not sure I'd think of them as being anywhere close to sound-transparent, but they're damn near bullet proof.

I cover small speakers, monitor wedges, etc with either palletizing stretch wrap or the thinnest, cheapest trash bags I can find.  Not pretty but they'll do.  Most of the gigs that would have aesthetic objections get called off when the rain starts...
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