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I bought bad Mission 753's, T's and x-overs fried, worth fixing?
I bought bad Mission 753's, T's and x-overs fried, worth fixing?
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Old 3rd March 2013, 03:02 AM   #71
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"Other things you really must try in these once you get them going is to damp/strengthen the big drivers pressed metal baskets. Lovely improvements can be had there for very little money."

Have you got some details (and photos) of the mod described above please? I'm in the process of replacing four blown 753 base drivers so I'm adverse to sealing up the baskets and restricting cooling to the voice coils, but fast tight bass is what I bought these speakers for so if I've misunderstood what's required for this mod I'd appreciate some advice? Thanks.
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