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Old 3rd March 2013, 08:45 PM   #11
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It looks like they could still save the cone if you can carefully remove the urethane from the back side of the cone. Did you get the pair. I sure hope so. If you got the pair I would think you would want to save the cone, otherwise you would want to recone both devices at the same time or they will sound very different. They will still sound different for quit some time until you break in the spider and the surround as new they will be very stiff.
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yes i got the pair

traded my boxs of tubes for them
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