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Dented Dust Cap HELP!!!

uhh my baby boy just dented my dust cap, will this affect the sound quality of my speaker if so how can I fix. I tried using packaging tape but still it wont work the dust cap is kinda hard. please help!








EDIT: ok after using heavy duty packaging tape finally it popped ^^ but would this still affect the sound?


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I doubt you would have heard a difference even while it was dented.

Relax and enjoy your speakers.
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And put the grilles back on, will prevent your son from damaging the speakers.

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uhh my baby boy just dented my dust cap, will this affect the sound quality of my speaker if so how can I fix. I tried using packaging tape but still it wont work the dust cap is kinda hard. please help!








EDIT: ok after using heavy duty packaging tape finally it popped ^^ but would this still affect the sound?


Hi can you tell me which heavy duty tape did you used? My dust cap was also pushed by my son. Thanks
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And put the grilles back on, will prevent your son from damaging the speakers.
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Naked speakers are fine when there are no kids in the house. Put those grills back on!
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Yes, put the grills on.

The may sound better as dust caps have very nasty break-up modes. An off center dent can help to break them up giving a smoother sound.

Now, I have used 3M structural foam tape to pull dents from aluminum and poly dust caps.
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I think you should be fine, another trick if the tape doesnt work is to use a vaccum cleaner. You should use an end on it that is smaller than the dust cap and round though.
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Ok thanks everyone i thought its something serious btw i used scotch from 3m its a heavy duty packagingtape just go to ur nearest school store they should have it.
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