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Old 23rd May 2020, 07:32 PM   #291
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It's not easy being green (apologies to Kermit)
I never has issues with spots lifting, i always used a soft bristle brush to apply the conformal coating thou.

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Old 23rd May 2020, 07:47 PM   #292
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Well I thought anyone reading should know. Not a huge deal. I knew I might "choke" at the free throw line with only one sample to use. No do-overs.

Thanks for all you do for the DIY community. I'll see how the result sounds-- it still works regardless. ;-)
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Old 24th May 2020, 12:49 AM   #294
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I'm sure you're all ears on this. :-/

One thing I learned is this speak does not like phase plugs. I had one made as you showed with the screws to attach to the magnet. I put that in and the sound went tinny. I didn't know what was wrong at first: maybe some liquid down in the works. Then I took the plug out and CHR was back to normal at least.

I tried the plug again after removing the screws with a couple different phase plugs I had made years ago. Same result. So I'm just leaving it bare and with a grille covering.

Nothing beats the old FE127E with or without EnABL. I have one of each. That earlier EnABL job turned out decent.

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Try a plug made out of felt.

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Old 24th May 2020, 01:25 AM   #296
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Curiously I do have some good quality billiard cloth from old projects.
 

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