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Old 26th January 2014, 12:53 AM   #11
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Hi John, Kapton can take temp tripling that easy, it's very stable, also the ali traces are a constant cooling mechanism, I doult you could get .002 elongation from it in either direction, just my theorys from working with it. Al
PS: Remember it's tuned, can't have that changing all the time.
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Old 26th January 2014, 09:25 AM   #12
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(maggie) current , push pull setup is superior in regards to NL ....
What are you talking about? Maggies have one-sided magnets ... except for the bass panels on the MG-20 and the bass & mid panels on the 20.1 & 20.7.


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Old 26th January 2014, 01:34 PM   #13
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Interesting , you ask and then answer your own question .....
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Delta - here is what I have learned from watching the panels buzz...there are slight "bows" (bubbles?) in the diaphragm that you can see vibrate with more amplitude than a nice taught diaphragm that does not buzz.

Sagging or wrinkling diaphragms will surely have the buzz, and padding the edges with foam only helps a little. Tension-ing up the panel does little getting rid of a local "bubble", and trips up the tuning. Answer is getting those bubbles out...
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Old 26th January 2014, 02:50 PM   #15
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I have found the......... feet on the biger Apogees....an the wate of the
magnets ...after time can setup a worp in the frame....i have got a lot of buzz OUT of the Duettas by moveing the front up or back up with the feet...............your Scintilla has only one back brace....not the two feet......

This is why i moved the last pr of Duetta sig out an keep the Stages..........the Stage dose not buzz vary ezzly.....out of 5 pr of Stages ..none have buzzed..there wate is only 60lb ea................Scintilla...160lb ea ...hell the Krell KSA250 with its
90lb tranfourmer...the amp140lb......An some say the 250 has great Bass wate.....hehe...i gess...
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Old 26th January 2014, 04:39 PM   #16
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Because of this flabbiness, I screwed metall bars in the back of my duettas.
3 bars screwed low, middle and high on the backsides onto the mdf board.

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