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Caveat, well aware this is highly frowned upon and regarded as taboo and 100% wrong. 😝
But the dented cones are driving me nuts.
I built a a BT radio, sounds very good, wavecor wf120bd04 if i remember correctly, stuffed in a too small enclosure (demand of compromise) and paired with css ld22, again if i am remembering correctly, with proper very good sounding crossover by Dhar. Once the cones got dented I spoke with Dhar and he really suggested I live with the dented cones, but I just can’t. So I’ve been on a search for a replacement driver.
And think i found it.
This looks like it will allow me to use the most of my sealed enclosure, the space i have available in said sealed enclosure, maybe offer more extension and power handling, and only need to make a small inlay ring to make it work.
I don’t want to burden anyone with a crossover retweek. Will it be a tolerable adjustment with this driver if I just do a simple first order on the woofer or is it more than just the woofer circuit and how it jives with the tweeter circuit? Or will i just have to suck it up and live with dented cones/bothering someone for a rework?
If my caveat is undeniable, just delete this post.😉