The most common problem with speakers are torn, rotted or damaged surrounds. The surround is the outer suspension part of your cone. Constant vibration, time and the environment cause foam or rubber surrounds to break down and degrade. Cloth and paper surrounds can become brittle. All of this leads to distortion and poor performance.

Before 1992, if you needed a speaker fixed, it usually meant a drive to a local shop if you had one nearby, or shipping your big, heavy, expensive speakers to one of a handful of repair shops around the country.

In 1992, we developed an easy to install speaker edge repair kit and trademarked the brand "New-Edge-It ®". We marketed and sold our repair kits through classified ads in Stereo Review and Audio magazines.

We built our first website in 1995 and added eCommerce functionality in 1998.