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    Heat damage to Ti 2445j VC fram?

    I've replaced a few diaphragms lately and this one is fairly typical of the "pulls." It was in working condition and measured within spec on my Ohm meter.

    What can you tell from this picture; is this normal use or has it been hammered? This one is dated 8/88, I believe.

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    Hard to tell because of out of focus image.

    Can you post better ones? John

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    I don't see anything wrong. If it is in spec with a meter for dc resistance and audio sweep test, I call it good.

    Handle it carefully. If found deceased, they make a great converstion piece at a party.
    One step above: "Two Tin Cans and a String!"
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