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RE: "That's an interesting experiment" ...

ColinB wrote: "I once restored a full set of Tympanis IVas in 2012. I had the full set with all the original bass panels with Mylar in tact (the seller delivered them to me. IIRC you had some that got damaged and that was very back luck, (was that you?))."

That was probably me. I repaired the midrange drivers, used foil conductors. Looked great but unfortunately the Mylar came lose on the double sided tape that splits the diaphragm into smaller sections. Basses were re-wired by the guy I bought them from. Ripped a ribbon, the original one from 1985. Have a spare set of the narrow ribbons.

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