Got a lake, nearby? Tie a rope to it and fish for ferrous metal scrap.
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acresverdebecause they sit in a vertical plane, once every year or so is a good idea to rotate 180’ then 90’ next time and 180’ next, this stops woofer cone sagging one way which can lead to the coil just scraping slightly in the gap and wearing the very thin lacquer off then shorting out.
Kef B139’s were famous for it. I do my ACI SV12’s every year when I remember.
All very good suggestions.
The Clinton's might need my services.
Fishing for scrap could turn up some interesting stuff
I actually like the idea of a giant magnetic isolation feet/stand.. that could be kind of cool..!!! Going to have to think of some creative ways to do that.
ACRESVERDE--Listen to George, great explanation. Rotating heavy woofers is highly recommended. As to how much longer or better that makes the drivers last is open to debate. A month, a year, 10 years.. who knows