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Protect 8351A from poking kiddie fingers - any ideas?

krdk, modified 7 Years ago.

Protect 8351A from poking kiddie fingers - any ideas?

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 11/29/15 Recent Posts
I know this is a bit funny. But have seen toooo many dome tweeters ruined by poking kiddie fingers :o

Does anyone have a good DIY solution to protect the delicate parts of my new 8351's from kiddie fingers?

I have been thinking about bending som acrylic to make it fit into the groves of the baffle at the woofers, but that might be a bit drastic to mount and remove when the friend-visit is over...

ilkka-rissanen, modified 7 Years ago.

Re: Protect 8351A from poking kiddie fingers - any ideas?

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts

I wouldn't recommend placing anything close to the speaker unless you want to cause bad things to the frequency response. Acoustically best way would be to use a sparse mesh placed at adequate distance (at least 0.5 meters) around the speakers, something similar that gardeners use to protect the trees and bushes from animals. ... rys-sa.jpg