Covering a 15a panel with a pillow case

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Brad225

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Regardless of static charge, this is probably a good idea. "stuff" collects on surfaces over time no matter what. Have you ever cleaned a glass picture frame after it's been hanging for 2-3 years. It will have a light film of haze on it. That haze will build up on the mylar diaphragms whether they are charged or not, and can't be doing the sound any favors. I live near L.A. with 50% humidity and moderate pollution.
Have you ever dusted when you clean the house :)
 

Harlequin

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With respect...this appears to be a solution to a non-existent problem
If it had value, ML would sell them direct for $99 each and make good money.
With respect....You are talking out of your Derrière.

You are aware ? of the many threads/posts from ML owners who have restored the performance of their dull sounding speakers akin to near new after washing the film of gunk that has accumulated over the years off of the Mylar panels.
Covering ones panels entirely makes sence.
 
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