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General speaker questions for audio and home theater.


Wouldnt this cause driver to sag? Just in a dif direction.I dont see the need to do this if fasters need tightening then use locktite or a bit of wood glue on threads.Sun light and O2 damages drivers the most, keep out of sun, cover with clean white cloth, control temp and humidity you can store drivers like this for decades. I have a vintage collection I have never found a driver with such a sag in cone caused but vert storage in cabinets.But YMMV and if you feel the need to store with loudspeakers on backs drivers up go for it but I do see where driver would be easy to damage when stored so hope you dont have kids or pets.I do think removing driver place cone down bolted to board to be best for long term storage but if in cabinets best to leave in normal position

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