file SuperCenter Reference New ???

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lmclacr Posted 1 week 1 day ago
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Hello,
I got my SuperCenter Reference today which is suppose to be new; Just few hours demo from the dealer.
I open the sock and noticed kind of a thick glue or silicone on each side (See picture). Is that normal? Just want to make sure no special repair have been done on it.

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Hi Imclacr, The black silicone shown in the photo is normally used in the manufacturing process of the the SuperCenter Reference. This would not be due to a repair on the speaker. This helps produce an air tight seal within the cabinet.

While I have you, the speaker will naturally break-in after 40-50 hours of moderate playing. The midrange will open up and sound fuller. The bass will extend lower, and the highs will smooth out a bit. Happy Listening!

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lmclacr Posted 1 week 1 day ago
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Thanks for the prompt response.
It makes me feel better confirming that it is normal.

Can't wait to have everything connected!!!

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