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    Can you identify these PLEASE?

    I am thinking about bidding on an auction for some CDT components. 2 Questions though that I would really appreciate answered within 12 hours. First can you identify the model of these comps? In the description it says they are 6.75" which makes me think they are the HD set. The cones also look similar. Can anyone say that they are for sure the HD set?

    Second question, is the sound affected by a dented cone like that?


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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    If thats the pic of the exact ones you are gonna get...those cones are a little bit more than just dented...



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    You know what Wolfy? No critizing.. keep it at ecoustics.

    But anyways... anyone?? "Pushed in" cone yay or nay in sound??



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    theyre just dustcaps. wont affect anything, sound or performance wise



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    I think this is past your time, but they I want to say HD's. As the CL surround is attacked a different way and they have a soft foam over the outter edge of the CL's- Dust caps dented should not effect sound.



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    looks like an older set of HDs with satnet 480 crossover.




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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    Use tape to pull the dust cap dents.



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    Actually, the HD magnets are vented through the magnet. You can actually poke a small rod through the vent into the dust cap to push it out that way.

    As long as you're careful, it doesn't hurt anything.



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    Quote Originally Posted by MiniVanMan View Post
    Actually, the HD magnets are vented through the magnet. You can actually poke a small rod through the vent into the dust cap to push it out that way.

    As long as you're careful, it doesn't hurt anything.

    - Good call, I did not think of that. Guess there is more than one way to skin a cat.



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary S View Post
    Use tape to pull the dust cap dents.
    I've done that, works great, just have to be careful though.



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    Re: Can you identify these PLEASE?

    Thanks for all the responses. I already have an HD set that I will use in my next setup but had to get these for a good deal. I won the auction and am thinking of re selling them, or maybe my other set and keep these.



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