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    Default Mod Podge question

    The first thing I did to my subs was the Mod Podge with poly fill and it was a noticeable difference before replacing the speakers with Dayton's. My question now is how will Mod Podge affect a center channel speaker? I use a pair of JBL Sat 2's.
    HK AVR 335
    Polk R50 fronts
    Polk CSi25 center
    Polk R15 rear
    2 Sony modded subs with 12" Daytons
    32" Sharp Aquos
    PS2

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    anybody?
    HK AVR 335
    Polk R50 fronts
    Polk CSi25 center
    Polk R15 rear
    2 Sony modded subs with 12" Daytons
    32" Sharp Aquos
    PS2

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    not much, well it depends on the speaker. its hard for anyone to say the effect it would have. physically it would add mass to the driver cone. this could be good (in the case of a sony wm500 sub, where it has been reccomended by many sources, or bad (particular driver with set mass is used for a reason)

    I wouldnt go experimenting unles they are throw away speakers, or there is documented good results. cant see mod podge adding much mass to smaller drivers anyway.
    Theater - Polk LSi15, LSiC, LSi9 speaks, DIY Sub (142.5L box, SVS plus driver, 500 Watt plate amp)...Outlaw 990 pre/pro, Carver TFM45, 2 X Outlaw M200 . Rotel RB980 . PS3, Monster 3600 power center

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    Anthem Pre 2l, Jolida JD100 CD player, CAL Sigma DAC, Carver m4.0, Polk LSi9 w external modified Crossovers (thanks Trey!)

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