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    Could you recone a M31 with a D130 recone kit?

    Hello everyone, a little less than a year a go I placed an ad if anyone had a m31 but since there was no response, I'm going to have to recone it, Since the M31 is a reissue of the D130f(if I read correctly that is) would a D130 recone kit work?

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    Yes, it will fit fine... but many M31s are 4 ohms. A D130 kit is 8 ohms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maestro drs t
    Hello everyone, a little less than a year a go I placed an ad if anyone had a m31 but since there was no response, I'm going to have to recone it, Since the M31 is a reissue of the D130f(if I read correctly that is) would a D130 recone kit work?

    thanks
    M31 can be reconed with either C8RE130 or C16RE130 to keep the same performance or can be reconed with E140(8 or 16 ohm), 2225(8 or 16 ohm), 2235(2234 without mass ring, 8 ohm only).
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    Thank you

    Alright thank you both, Mine is 8 ohm so no real problem there.

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