SteveM wrote:.....I love it when relics like these are saved from the scrap heap....
Alec124c41 wrote:If you are dubious about your ability to center the cone, you can - after the surround has been removed and everything is cleaned up - carefully remove the dustcap, and use paper or thin card (business card) shims between the pole piece and coil, to ensure near-perfect centering.
pbalcaen wrote:Here is how you do it step by step.
It is easy, if the spiders are still ataches as they hold the voice coils in place. You glue the inner ring and then glue the otter ring and move it up and down so it self centres before the outer glue dries. Here is the step by step process. Yes it is a dome midrange, The mids and highs of these speakers of very smooth not harsh at all. The sound great at low volumes as well. But is you put the power to them they are very impressive. A very wide soundstage.
http://www.simplyspeakers.com/speaker-r ... tions.html