|6th October 2008, 01:19 PM||#11|
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Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Brighton UK
You should have practised on a cheap paper driver first.
You now know this, and that the repair is somewhat overkill.
I'm just saying this to help others :
Wetting the area does help, using glue to do this does not.
Tiisue paper is not needed unless there are gaps the PVA will not bridge.
In this case apply the tissue from the back, just enough to bridge.
The minimal amount of diluted glue on the edges is the best.
Do not worry about what the back looks like, get the front right.
Creases you cannot fix, and they rarely cause a problem.
As ever KISS usually works best.
|13th October 2008, 11:52 AM||#12|
Join Date: Nov 2007
I actually ended up have a beautiful looking and sounding pair after all...
The fixed membrane seems to work great, and sounds amazing at its own. I do feel that the repaired monitor delivers a tad less of low frequencies (at the 60Hz-80Hz range ?) but I'm not sure the difference has anything to do with the fix and I also hear better midrange on that monitor !
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