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Dayton Audio D1075RD Replacement Diaphragm For D1075T
Are there any instructions on the best way to replace this diaphragm and keep the voice coil centered? When I removed the old one, it appeared to have been glued down to the plastic carrier basket. What type glue should be used? How to keep it centered?
I'm looking to substitute a lower impedance version of this...
I have some D1075T drivers and I'm looking to replace the stock D1075RD diaphragms with a compatible replacement wound for 2 or 4 Ohms rather than 16.My best advisors disagree on whether I’m asking for the moon. I had thought such a change would be a commonplace off-the-shelf swap and that at worst, I could learn to wind my own, or to pay a pro to calculate and rewind my voice coils.
At this time there is only one replacement diaphragm (16 ohm version) made for this driver.A customer made diaphragm would be required for your application.
Date published: 2011-03-29