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for elucidating and illuminating the factors in play, including how the outside surface might be reinforced. Very helpful.

I've often wondered how a Maggie would sound if its frame were made of a composite similar to what Mitch Kotter came up for turntables back in the late 70's. Of course it would too heavy to move around, given the size of the panel.

In re-doing my MG-2A some years ago, I decoupled the driver (or at least modified the coupling characteristics) to some extent by applying a thin layer of silicon caulk where the driver joined the mounting panel...with, to my ears, good results.

Thanks again. You've given me some very useful food for thought.


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