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Tweeter Screen for Amorphous RAAL

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Hello guys I just purchased these speakers used and there is a little problem with the screens of the tweeters. On one speaker, its a little wrinkled and on the other, its pushed in a bit. I was wondering if the tweeter screen issues for these speakers would make any difference in sound..

Here are the pics.








Thanks.
Edited by SearchOfSub - 9/15/13 at 11:19pm
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The protective screen -mesh -on the outside- is supposed to be "audio transparent" as small bend isnt too bad as you can pull that flat with a device with a hook on it.Thats the good news . The bad is I hope you havent paid too much for them . These are high quality speakers probably cost $1000s  but   this means the parts fitted are expensive . Ribbon tweeters are about "as good as it gets"in the tweeter world . Try buying a quality ribbon mike. And one of yours has been damaged-the FOIL- is crumpled that will definitely affect the high frequency reproduction and the person selling you them -MUST have known this.-A SINGLE replacement--$600.This is precision fitted so you cant just "plant" a bit of foil in its place.At high frequency you have to take in a lot of engineering variables.  

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I actually ended up not buying it. Thanks for your help though.


Edited by SearchOfSub - 9/29/13 at 6:50pm
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Hello guys I just purchased these speakers used
 

 

 

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I actually ended up not buying it. Thanks for your help though.

 

Whynotjustsay"imthinkingofbuyingthesebutwanttoknowifthiswillbeanissue"ifthatswhatitseemslikeyouweredoing?

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