I dropped one of my new speakers...will it be okay?
I got home late last night and saw my new pair of Klipsch RP-250Fs sitting on my door step. As I was bringing them in, I tripped and dropped one of them onto the linoleum in my entry-way. I took it out of the box, and as I had feared, it had hit the floor face down where the 2 drivers and tweeter are located, and most likely both the drivers and tweeter made contact with the floor when I dropped it, although it was still in the original box with the original packaging and Styrofoam (foam was only on top and bottom of speaker). Imagine slowly tipping over a speaker and then letting it go. That's about how hard it hit.
I compared the speaker I dropped to the other one, and the only difference I can see is that the tweeter appears to be just barely less tightly pressed up against the wood near the top. And I'm talking like not even a millimeter. I have to get really close to see the difference.
I bought these as a new (open-box) item on ebay, and I can't return them. Plus it was my fault so it wouldn't be nice of me to lie and say they arrived damaged.
So do you think my speaker's performance is going to be affected by this? Or is it just a minor aesthetic thing? Can I fix it? I'll be hooking them up tonight to give them a test, but even if I love the way they sound, without some piece of mind I will always wonder if they could have sounded just a tiny bit better had I not dropped the one. I can upload some pictures of them tonight too if that would be helpful.