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Originally Posted by gtpsuper24
Ribbon/planar tweeter uses are behind a metal type grill will little slots. My Arx speakers have a metal/cast cover over the tweeter, you would have to use a very small pencil to damage the tweeters.
My ARX tweeters are covered by an ultra-fine mesh and then the metal grate. Damage would require much planning and some serious level of malicious intent for a child to damage them. Also, BG Neo3 tweeters have this same basic design.
As an ignorant child, I once ripped one of my Dad's Epicure model Twenty Plus's inverted dome cloth tweeter with a curious finger (this was after being warned multiple times). I couldn't sit down for a week after that. :/
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