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3 Phenolic Tweeter Diaphragms from Forte I and Academy - $15 Ea.

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I just replaced three tweeter diaphragms in my Forte I and Academy.  The 2 are from a K-75 tweeter assembly and the other a K-76 assembly.  in good condition. 

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27 minutes ago, longdrive03 said:

What type of materials are the domes?

 

Phenolic is created when weighted layers of cotton, paper or glass fabric mix are placed under heat and pressure and filled with synthetic resin. This creates an extremely durable and tough material that is exceptionally more lightweight than aluminum but offers many of the same benefits and applications.

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1 hour ago, longdrive03 said:

What type of materials are the domes?

regular

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11 minutes ago, japosey said:

bump

 

GLWS ----------if they are sold ---------just add sold to the topic subject

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On 7/31/2020 at 2:43 PM, RandyH000 said:

GLWS ----------if they are sold ---------just add sold to the topic subject

 

Not sold

 

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Far smoother sounding than the metallized titanium that people think they are upgrading to.  Uggghhh

 

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18 hours ago, ChrisAZ said:

If these will all work for k76k’s from HeresyII’s I’ll take 2. PMsent

they do -

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3 minutes ago, Frzninvt said:

Far smoother sounding than the metallized titanium that people think they are upgrading to.  Uggghhh

 

depends whether they are Factory or aftermarket ---------- I bought the aftermarket  for a set of  Chorus , they were terrible , and for a few dollars more , I bought  the factory parts and the result was a more dynamic sound  than Phenolic -clearer mids-highs

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