Originally Posted by HiFi81
I recently discovered that one of my driver has small dings/dents on 'em
, most likely by my 1+yr nephew.
My question is, does those effect the overall performance of the speaker ( not that I noticed, prior )? If so, is there anything I can do (DIY) apart from replacing the driver ( qouted at USD$413.00 delivered ) ?
Zero effect on sound, and you have to look so close to see it that you are the only one to notice it.
I bought my R500 as demo models from the dealer. One of the black aluminum woofer cones has a mark like that. I'm the only one who ever noticed it, and it doesn't bother me a bit.
Save your money and continue enjoying your speakers.
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