Home Speaker Asylum

General speaker questions for audio and home theater.

Everything is possible, but

Can't say can't happen, but I am not convinced that it is really sag due to gravity or something else.
Had Mende radio build in 1930 with about 8" driver, used without hitch until about 1986 when capacitor crapped (gave it to some guy to fix never to see it again).
Uncle still has Grundig Radio from 50s, no problems

Friend's JBL (can't recall model, with wood grilles) his father bought in late 50-s, still works fine. Friend's AR14 from I think 70's with shredded surround, worked until two years ago when he finally ditched it, similar with friends Dynaudio 21W54 (he finally bough kit to fix it).
My Monitor Audio (RA66?) from early 80-s, still works without problems, etc. etc.

As much as tightening bolts, none of the above exhibited any problems. Note that if you really do not know proper torque, it is very easy to overtorque bolt.


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