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Could be a silly question!!

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by c123, Oct 20, 2005.

  1. c123

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    Hi,

    Have recently bought myself some Mission V61's to go with my NAD320BEE amp. This is my first separates unit and obviously you want everything to be perfect :) .

    When i was putting the speakers in to place i accidentally pushed the tweeter in a little :( . it has left no mark or indentation. Now this could be a stupid question but is it possible i could have done any damage, is there anything immediately behind the tweeter to damage? Everything sounds fine, but i'm just hoping i haven't caused any problems.

    I suppose i'm just a little paranoid, but could there be any damage?

    Cheers

    C123.
     
  2. MarkE19

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    If there is no visible damage then the only way to check if it is still OK is to listen to it and compare it to the other speaker. TBH though the speakers are designed to move and therefore with nothing visibly damaged I would doubt that there is anything to worry about.

    Mark.
     
  3. micb3rd

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    As long as it is not dented it will be fine. I very much doubt is damaged.

    Mabye if you had grease or slime on your finger and coated the tweeter cone then you could have an issue but other wise you are ok.
     
  4. OriginalArnie

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    A friend (the clumsy oaf :cool: ) did the exact same thing to one of my Mission 750 Special Edition speakers when I first got them, four or five years ago; I can't say that I've ever noticed that speaker performing any worse than the other one!
     
  5. chedmaster

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    it would probably of sounded perfect even if it had dented
     

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