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I have a very small, maybe 5-mm long cut in the foam surround of one of the midrange drivers on a speaker.


Two questions:


1. Would this have any impact on the sound?


2. Is there a way to repair this small cut without either replacing the surround or replacing the driver?


P.S. - The speakers are retail value $5,500 a pair and the driver is a 6.9" driver. The replacement cost (material cost) for a new driver is just over $300.


Thank you.


Mike
 

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I have a very small, maybe 5-mm long cut in the foam surround of one of the midrange drivers on a speaker.


Two questions:


1. Would this have any impact on the sound?


2. Is there a way to repair this small cut without either replacing the surround or replacing the driver?


P.S. - The speakers are retail value $5,500 a pair and the driver is a 6.9" driver. The replacement cost (material cost) for a new driver is just over $300.


Thank you.


Mike

Mike,

You can use super glue to repair the slice, and if you can't live with using glue you can contact me for a replacement driver(under warranty). I think you have Contour s3.4's correct?


Mick
 
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