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    New pads for JBL drivers

    I need a new set of sealing pads that are between the horn and the driver, are they available somewhere?

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    I cut mine from cardboard cornflakes boxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maron Horonzakz View Post
    I cut mine from cardboard cornflakes boxes

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    Hey, it's a serious question!

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    And I gave you a serious answere....OR I can sell you a pair of JBL pads for ten bucks...

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    http://www.troelsgravesen.dk/tips.htm
    Quote Originally Posted by Troels Gravesen
    GASKETS FOR MOUNTING DRIVERS



    I never use gaskets for mounting drivers, but if for some reason your driver rebates aren't nice and smooth, you may need to add a gasket between the frame and cabinet. Cut suitable circles from thin polyurethane foam, the kind of thing we get every time we buy a new electronic gadget, glassware, or whatever we buy these days, even fruit from China, I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin2395 View Post
    I need a new set of sealing pads that are between the horn and the driver, are they available somewhere?
    JBL parts used to sell them... and they probably still do. Contact your distributor? It is a die cut gasket material with self adhesive on the back.


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