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Repair Vifa D6.8  Plastic Speaker Cone with hole in cone
Repair Vifa D6.8  Plastic Speaker Cone with hole in cone
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Old 30th August 2009, 02:32 AM   #1
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Default Repair Vifa D6.8 Plastic Speaker Cone with hole in cone

I had a dent in a pair of custom built bookshelf speakers. I used a HiVi D6.8 6" Poly Bass/Midrange Shielded for the woofer. I was taking them out to adjust the crossover on the unit.

I accidentally hit my fit on the cone with a lot of force. The plastic on the cones are really thick plastic. It took quite a bit of force to pop out. The hole in the plastic is probably an 1/8" to 1/16" inch in diameter.

I was wondering what experience people had with this. Is it better to repair the hole or leave it as is. How much will it affect the woofer?


Thanks for the help.
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