fixing a sub cone?

doggie750
doggie750 Posts: 1,160
edited February 2004 in Custom Fabrication
Hello Polks,
Pardon me if this thread been posted b4. I have a busted sub cone and would like to fix it with kevlar material (any suggestion) and a sealant. Reason being, this is only use for my garage stereo. The midrange and tweeter are still in good shape. Please advise.

Peace.
Godspeed,
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AVR:Pioneer Elite SC-07
Surrounds: RTis
2channel:Rti100 (carver driven
Sub:SVS PB12-Plus/2
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Comments

  • Jstas
    Jstas Posts: 14,312
    edited February 2004
    If this is about home audio speakers, you might be better off posting it in the Troubleshooting or Speakers forums. You would probably get a better answer there.
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  • TheAudioSpectru
    TheAudioSpectru Installer - The Audio Spectrum Posts: 57
    edited February 2004
    It seems kinda ghetto but i have used either household or marine grade "goop" to fix rip or tears in cones...you can find at lowes or home depot.