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Old 21st February 2006, 03:14 AM   #1
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Default damping my RS hifi 12"

I aim to use two dayton rs 12" subs in my new system up to 500hz which is way high for this woofer. I am convinced i can make it work though...

I will need to damp the cone. Now I am using stickey tack which works very well however i am looking for a more aesthetic and durable solution. I am thinking about glueing somthing to the front of the cone. Felt or cork or something. It should be light and effective. Any suggestions?

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