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    375 to 2390

    Is there supposed to be a gasket,,cork?,,between the 375 driver and the 2390 horn or is it just metal to metal contact? Thanks,
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    Yes there normally is a gasket. Just go to the hardware store and by some gasket paper and make one. You can also order one from JBL Pro
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    Thank you, that was helpful.
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    « Gasket paper » :

    I don’t understand what kind of gasket is made of paper and is usable for this scope of application.

    Can you give me an example of use .

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    Hear you go. All you need is a soft buffer material and an airtight seal. You can use paper cork or what have you. The gaskets on my adapters are paper from JBL.

    http://www.ramjointings.co.uk/corkpap.htm

    Just do a search on gasket paper. You can get sheets of it in various thickness depending on the application. An automotive supply store will have it too.

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    And if You get real lazy, like me, smear a thin coat of caulking compound out of a tube: rubber, acrylic or anything but silicone as the latter gives out acetic acid (vinegar), which corrodes, make sure it does not stick out at the inside of the joint.

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