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Old 19th January 2011, 11:05 AM   #1
atnaat is offline atnaat  Wales
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I've just been given a pair of Celestion Ditton 44's. I can't tell if the voice coil is scraping. Plugged in they sound fine, although when I manipulate the drivers with my hands I can get scraping but I just don't know if I'm pushing the drivers in at an angle, extending their normal travel or generally doing it wrong.

Generally what distance should you push the drivers?. They havenít been used since 1986, is it possible that it could be dust?
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