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to quote DonH50 "It looks like a glue they used to minimize vibration of certain components, the PCB, and the leads through the chassis. Pretty common for amps inside speakers where they are exposed to high-pressure sound waves."
Don is right, it is to minimize vibration. Some high end speakers, like Sonus Faber, encapsulate the entire crossover for this same reason.
The lazy man finds the easiest way ... Ben Franklin
Rouge Audio Cronus Magnum II integrated amp, Goldenear Technology's Triton 2+ speakers, Schiit Bifrost Multibit Dac, Technics SL-1200MK2 turntable with Audio Technica 440ml cartridge, Teac X-1000R reel to reel, custom computer as main music source