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Old 4th November 2005, 05:13 PM   #1
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Default modifying woofer with neodymium magnet

i own a pair of jpw ml510i with treated paper 5"woofer, i think its the same driver with the totem rainmaker.

i'm thinking to modifying them in :
1. re-do the cabinets (they were particle boards with no bracing) maybe using ML-TL
2. upgrading their crossover (very2 bad components, elco and stuff).
3. changing their magnets using neody, i know they can make sensitivity goes up.

tell me what u guys think

thanks for any ideas.
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