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Thread: My Tannoy Upgrade - as recommended by Paul @ Reference Fidelity Components

  1. #201
    Join Date: Nov 2011

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    I'm frank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyb View Post
    I didn't get mine to completely clean wood after removing the foam, it left a light covering of little flecks in places. I just covered it with the soundproofing foil,
    For those stubborn bits of glue and foam that remain I used cellulose thinners to shrivel it up and then scraped it off with wallpaper scraper.

    Worth at least considering if these old foams from the 70's are the type that kill you in a house fire...that said in the event my Tannoys would be the first thing I'd save from the inferno ;-)

  2. #202
    Join Date: Sep 2019

    Location: North Lincolnshire

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    I'm Lloyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooky View Post
    For those stubborn bits of glue and foam that remain I used cellulose thinners to shrivel it up and then scraped it off with wallpaper scraper.

    Worth at least considering if these old foams from the 70's are the type that kill you in a house fire...that said in the event my Tannoys would be the first thing I'd save from the inferno ;-)
    Both cabinets cleanish now ..so today its Silent Coat day ...I will post a run of pics in DC ..... thats "due course" not dual concentric

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    Join Date: Mar 2017

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    Do staple the Silent Coat. Whilst the glue will work fine, over the years it may degrade resulting in the Silent Coat shifting.

    Main: Tidal/Roon > MiniITX > Metrum Hex > LDR > either Radford STA25 V or Trilogy 968 > Tannoy (Eaton or Berkeley).
    2nd: Tidal/Roon > Roopio on Pi > Chevron Paradox > Firebottle Buffer > Sugden Masterclass IA-4 > Kudos Cardea


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    Lloyd are you going to be including the woman (avatar) in your cabs, is that why she is in that position?


  5. #205
    Join Date: Sep 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward View Post
    Do staple the Silent Coat. Whilst the glue will work fine, over the years it may degrade resulting in the Silent Coat shifting.

    I have thanks ..around 4 staples per biggish piece of silent coat ..in the corners of each piece .. hoping thats about right ?

  6. #206
    Join Date: Sep 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebottle View Post
    Lloyd are you going to be including the woman (avatar) in your cabs, is that why she is in that position?

    Oh yes ...i most certainly am ... she helps with the stiffness of the cabs ..

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