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Driver Cone and Surround Damping Paint
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Old 22nd July 2002, 03:30 AM   #1
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Question Driver Cone and Surround Damping Paint

Anybody know what the stickyish damping material that is painted onto some mids and tweets is ?.
Aus sources too ?.

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