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#259832 - 05/09/09 04:25 PM Re: Woofers physically damaged. Options? [Re: AdamB5000]
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From those pictures Iím going to say you shouldnít have a problem with those drivers. As long as the dentís didnít cause a separation between the cone and surround or the dust cap and the dents donít impede the movement of the cone you should be fine.

Give them a listen and see if you notice anything. Keep in mind that if you canít do a blind test as to which drivers you are hearing your mind is very likely to trick you into believing your hearing a difference.

An easy way to tell if the dust cap has become detached is to gently tap on it. If itís not detached you will hear a dull thud. If itís separated from the cone you should hear a higher pitched tapping/clicking sound.
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#260792 - 05/19/09 01:26 PM Re: Woofers physically damaged. Options? [Re: Ken.C]
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 Originally Posted By: kcarlile
Warn't my idea in the first place!

AND, you definitely don't suck either!! \:D
Many thanks to you, Adam and by referral, that Virginia dude for letting me hear your Axioms. \:\)

A continued big thanks.


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