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Almost finished set of Lyras & a question
Almost finished set of Lyras & a question
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Old 30th August 2004, 07:30 AM   #1
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Default Almost finished set of Lyras & a question

Here's my almost finished set of Lyras (design from speakerbuilder.net). I have one question about them however. While building them, I accidently set one of the fabric dome Dayton tweeters on its face, compressing the dome. I was able to get it out fairly easy with a bit of clever prodding. The tweeter looks completely normal. Is there a chance I damaged the tweeter in this process?

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