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I just bought a pair of mirage v2s and was waiting for my receiver to ship out to me. Like a complete moron I wanted to see what the new material on the tweeter dome head felt like. Haveing no idea (due to the latest in speker technology and materials) how delicate they were I pushed in the tweeter cone. Now that your done screaming at me how dumb I am(mind you I have not even heard one note of delicious music come out of them yet...Idiot I am) Heres the fix.
Tried a magnet no good
Tried a small pin to penetrate it and the pull it out but didnt have the heart to poke a hole in it.

THIS WORKED THOUGH== Wrapped a pencil in electrical tape. (Warmed it in my hands a liitle first to make it a little stickier and to make it not stick to much) placed the taped pencil point on the damaged part of the speaker ,rolled it ever so gently to get it to stick and gave a quick but controled tug then pulled it very slowly to get it the rest of the way out. Whallllaaa it worked. Only a very small indent was left from where I tried with the pin. Stilll havent as of this writing heard them yet. Cant wait.

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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