You're missing the distinction between genX and OGenX . But what is more to the point is which one is identified with, especially for those on or near the cusp of these arbitrary cut-offs.
Um, it was the so-called greatest generation that raised the boomers---enough said. The boomers then compounded the error.
True but that was very nice of you to buy you sister( I think it was) a nice pair of speakers.
Of course, it's the standard thing for some people, they can't resist, the new speakers are hooked up for an hour and the people are happy. Then you get this........slightly exaggerated version........................
Oh you got some xyz speakers and they sound wonderful, what you need to do first is replace the tweeters, woofers midrange and all the drivers. Then build different cabinets and put the new parts in that, you can keep the binding post, there OK. I did this to mine and heard a difference right away, slight but it was different.
Some can't resist, I love the ones that tell how to tune a speaker differently and it really simple "mod" claimed to be an upgrade. I guess when they designed them they just never thought about that tiny change that make it 100% better, but in all your infinite wisdom they figured it for them. Well that's a good thing you saved the day.
Not aimed at anyone in particular, it's really not but I do see it and try to ignore it, but if any of it sounds really silly remember that when someone just unloads speakers after picking them up and you push this before they even have a chance to know what there new speakers sound like..........
Sounds silly doesn't it, to everyone but the guilty I guess
Dean, was the K-55V diaphragm swap out straight forward (no unsoldering, re soldering) disassemble, remove and replace? My main seven speakers all have the dual phase plug K-55V's in them so I will replace them in pairs. Was the difference audible to you? Where did you source the replacement diaphragms?