Dynamat on the ear side of the baffle ---> BMF #6
Remove the dust cover felt and adhesive before Dynamat installation. It won't work over felt So, use an X-acto chisel blade and be very careful. It takes a lot of pressure and you don't want the knife to slip - be VERY careful!
I did not remove the dust cover over the driver by design, but you can take it off. If you do, be careful to not cut away the clear mesh that's over the driver, just underneath the dust cover.
Go back a couple of days and look at BMF #5 if you want to try this mod; it's the same except for the Dynamat. As much as I like #5, this one is better. The bass and treble are extended further than BMF #5 and everything remains balanced. I'm very happy with this one.
You can see the dust cover is thin and loosely woven. There is a bit more embedded in the adhesive, but not much. The adhesive is difficult to remove. Take your time and be very, very careful with the blades.
I used 2 of these chisel blades per baffle. You can see I left the dust cover over the driver. Some have reported remarkable treble after taking this off. I did this on a previous mod and could not tell a difference.
Dynamat surrounds the driver with a notch cut for the baffle equalization vent. A flashlight battery works as a roller.
Adhesive felt over Dynamat seals the goo. Notch cut for equalization vent.
Same inside as BMF #5: stock driver felt, stock bass port felt, stock ear pads with gauze lifters, stock cable, 1 layer of Paxmate in the cups, and 5 or 6 times as much plasticine as other mods.
Tune the bass and treble to suit yourself.
It's all reversible.