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Speaker fall down, go boom

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One of my ELAC B5's took a tumble, and now has a dent on the cabinet. The speaker doesn't sound any different, though. Works fine. Should I be worried over this amount of damage?

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Repeated attempts I've made to contact ELAC directly over the past month or so have been met with silence.
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Looks superficial to me. My only only concern would be if the tumble caused an internal connection to come loose, but since you say it functions correctly I don't think there is anything to worry about. thumb.gif
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