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Old Fri, Feb-27-2015, 08:22:37 AM   #83
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Default Re: My highly unusual (weight/practicality focused) stereo project

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Originally Posted by uscbeemerM3 View Post
Question, not M3 related but audio related, is there a way to repair a blown home speaker if the speaker has rips along the edges? It rattles a little at certain parts of say a movie but doesn't rattle all the time, just certain loud action scenes. I tried putting black tape over the rips and that muffled it a little. No easy repair aside from replacing the actual speaker?

If its the rubber or foam part of the edge suspension they can be removed and replacement re-glued. Some quality speakers can also be re-coned.

The rattle can either be caused by the suspension damage allowing too much movement of the cone or its a sign that the voicecoil has become damaged.
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