flat cones weak?

The T joint is where the former meets the back of the flat eD "cone". Basically what happened before is the glue separated so that when the sub moved in or out due to the voice coils and whatnot, the cone of the sub didnt move with the rest of the sub. The former basically jackhammered into the back of the flat "cone". Ive never heard of this happening with the kx series and I wouldnt expect it as they are used in low power situations.

 
i was lookin around and i heard that flat cones were mot very durable and this concerned me considerin i was thinkin of getting 2 eD kx 12" subs and they have the flat cone. should i be worried???
They're fine if you're not an idiot.

- Steve

 
here's a pic of a T-joint failure

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