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Aluminium Bass Drivers of Phantoms
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Hello,

How do you guys clean your phantoms, do you just use a duster?

I am worried how fragile the Aluminium bass drivers are. Are they quite rigid and can they be touched?

Silly question I know..
PC Speakers: 2 Phantom Reactor 600 in Stereo
Office Headphones: Stax SRS-3100 connected to Topping D50 DAC
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#2
Yes they are rigid enough to clean, they won't "give in" with a bit of pressure, but knock them with a handle (or something) and the dent is near impossible to remove. I should know...
JRiver v24 (Windows) >> 220Pro/CI >> Tellurium-Q Black >> PMC Twenty5.23 on Gaia III isolation feet. One White Phantom.
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(12-Mar-2019, 14:00)JohnnySix Wrote: Yes they are rigid enough to clean, they won't "give in" with a bit of pressure, but knock them with a handle (or something) and the dent is near impossible to remove. I should know...

I have the same issue....

Is there anyway to have the dent removed? I saw someone took their speaker to a auto-dent remover and seems to have had it corrected!
Wondering if anyone has experience on a cosmetic fix?

I spoke with Devialet support, and apparently the only option is a replacement unit at $2200 - which i can't justify for a cosmetic issue.. I also can't stand looking at them anymore - it's all I stare at  Confused
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