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 Post subject: Re: Speaker recone by Mark Pictures re-added
PostPosted: Dec Fri 09, 2016 12:20 am 
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Chas wrote:
Stan,

Will that bulgy foam surround hit the inside of the cabinet? If it does, the tone will be "mushy".

Chas


Chas, I just mounted the chassis in the cabinet tonight. I can,t really see if the foam is touching the cabinet but the bottom line is the radio still sounds fine. In fact a little better. I think it is something to do with a that big word that audiofools like to use (acoustics ).
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 Post subject: Re: Speaker recone by Mark Pictures re-added
PostPosted: Dec Fri 09, 2016 9:44 am 
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They turn out nice don't they: look Pro and probably sound better than the original.

Good tips, well done.

thanks Gary


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 Post subject: Re: Speaker recone by Mark Pictures re-added
PostPosted: Dec Sat 10, 2016 4:34 am 
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I followed this procedure and had very good results.
I used Pendaflex folder material & "liquid Stitch" as an adhesive.
Speaker sounds great.

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