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    Moved indoors

    I haven't finished yet but i am far enough along to move them indoors. I am currently listening to Donald Fagen Morph the Cat driven by a Marantz PM-17 and a Marantz PMD 320 CD player. Having some real fun...

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    I got lenses coming

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    They are original L91 lenses that appeared to be in mint condition. Should I just use Velcro to attached the lenses or is there a way to attached with screws. I can add press fit nuts and use a machine screws for easy removal or I can attach Velcro to the cabinet. Also, I have seen the lenses pointed up and down, what is the difference or should they always be pointed down?

    Thanks for all the help...

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    If you have the very early version of the L91 it has tabs for screw attachment, but most L91s are held on exclusively by using Velcro. When using the Velcro method, make sure you apply the strips carefully on the baffles with the finish cleaned and well cured.

    When seating the L91s make sure you get a snug attachment. Many an L91 has fallen off due to sloppy attaching.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Widget View Post
    If you have the very early version of the L91 it has tabs for screw attachment, but most L91s are held on exclusively by using Velcro. When using the Velcro method, make sure you apply the strips carefully on the baffles with the finish cleaned and well cured.

    When seating the L91s make sure you get a snug attachment. Many an L91 has fallen off due to sloppy attaching.


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    I looked at the sellers photos and they appear to have the mounting flanges.
    I may start with Velcro and migrate to fasteners. I have a few more details to complete. I have to build the side covers next. Really enjoying this restoration. Thanks for all the help Mr Widget.

    retox

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    Wooow!

    A pleasure to see them transformed and brought to life again !!!
    Congratulations on a beautiful piece of work !!!

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