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  1. Update. Got the same answer from Klipsch Norway as from the store where I bought them. The speakers have been played too loud with an amp not in total control Have had these for some years now and always had the frontgrill on the speakers. When I recently removed them I see these marks on the drivers/elements. Most on one of the speakers and a little on the other. It looks to me as the marks could have come from some loose small objects inside the speaker as they look pushed from inside, but I know that is not supposed to be possible. I have spoken to the guys at the store and one told me it could be that the speakers have been run to hard with an amp not in total control of the bass. I hear no difference in sound, the speakers play well. I have used an Emotiva pre and amp Xpa3. I have not played that loud but maybe the kids have. 😊 Have any other experienced similar?
  2. So, we got a new cat, (A home theater's mortal enemy I suppose) and he got his claw in the woofer, leaving a cut. I'm wondering if there's any way I can mitigate the damage? Or what the appropriate thing is to do here so it doesn't worsen over time? Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!
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