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Old 02-22-2010, 09:11 PM   #2  
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Originally Posted by hafreed View Post
Hello All, first post.

I am anxiously waiting for delivery of an Onkyo TX-sr607 and I thought I would check out my speakers and connections. They have just been sitting there working for years. When I pulled the covers off my speakers, I saw that the tweeters and woofers have a layer of dust on them.

Does anyone know of a safe way to clean the cones of speakers, or should I just leave them alone?

Thanks for any info.
I frequently clean my speaker cones using a soft (camel hair) 1 or 1-1/2" quality paint brush using soft outward strokes from the center of the cone to the outer edge. Works and doesn't inflect any cone paper damage.
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