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    Default Older Speakers in a Home Theater

    Is there any way I can shield my old speakers (S4) so I can put them near my T.V.? Gonna be rearranging my living room soon and I'm not sure what to do with these speakers (keep 'em away, or use them for rear surround and just get some new front ones).

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    i think there is a product called a bucket magnet you can put on the drivers.

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    Somebody (I'm sorry) here used cancelling magnets on their big SDAs.:)
    Make it Funky! :)

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    Polk and Parts Express sell them. You epoxy them reverse polarity to the back of the drivers magnet.

    BTW-WELCOME TO THE FORUM and very cool name ya have.
    Last edited by CHRIS; 02-22-2002 at 12:09 PM.
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    Talking That would be me!

    Yep, I purchased the shielding/bucking magnets directly from Polk for my SDA-SRS 2.3's. It works very well.

    What a project that was. Removing 18 total drivers one at a time and supergluing the magnet on the back of each driver.

    It was worth it!

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