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Tweeter question on B&W 801 Matrix
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Old 17th June 2009, 09:10 PM   #1
fazman is offline fazman  Canada
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Default Tweeter question on B&W 801 Matrix

I have a pair of B&W Matrix S3's and I'm wondering if I need to worry about the ferro fluid drying out in the tweeters. They were manufactured in 1993
I also have a pair of Energy Ref Conns with the hyperdome tweeters and I had them rebuilt as apparently the fluid dries out on them. The difference was night and day after it was done.

Is this something that I would eventually need to have done on my B&W's to keep them performing the way they did when they were new?
They sound like they are fine, but then again I thought the tweeters in my Energy's were fine too...

Thanks for any comments guys.

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