[LAU] Replacing a M-Audio speaker part
martin.leese at stanfordalumni.org
Mon Mar 1 12:38:32 EST 2010
Gordon JC Pearce <gordonjcp at gjcp.net>
> On Mon, 2010-03-01 at 02:35 +0100, J?rn Nettingsmeier wrote:
>> if it doesn't, last resort is a vacuum cleaner, but that might eat the
>> entire tweeter if you're not careful.
> I suppose what you could do with the vacuum cleaner is open the wee
> slider on the tube that bleeds air in for vacuuming curtains (at least,
> that's what the handbook for mine says it's for).
I have always wondered what the wee slider
thing was for. Now I know. That was the most
useful post I have read in years.
Many years ago I used the nozzle on a vacuum
cleaner to repair a tweeter on a Monitor Audio
speaker. Although it worked, the final result
didn't look very pretty. I would therefore
suggest trying the cardboard tube first.
Martin J Leese
E-mail: martin.leese stanfordalumni.org
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