when I had moved the upper front grill from one of my SBLs I (again) recognized that there is some dust laying on the cone of the tweeter.
Must been very long and from a time, where I had no grills on.
Nothing bothers me during listening to the music.
But is there any chance to remove the dust - looks like it sticks there.
I have not tried anything yet as I do not want to come near the little cone.
A small and smooth brush from lens cleaning? No idea?
I can also leave it as it is. With grill on it is a no see
Thanks for any advice
edit: found in article from dynaudio (sorry in German). It says - hands off! The dust you can not blow of is no problem for the sound. Anything else is too dangerous to manage!
OK - I have done the right thing :O)
Also Foul s suggestion with dishwashing liquid in a forum… this is not my preferred option
I have thought about the options… none is valid for my gut feeling.
Will go for a very soft brush and try it on an older speaker not in use.
Only if I have a good option, I should post a pic.
I know me - what if someone will mention that it is too much dust …
No audible for me - maybe the fine dusty hairs give the good analogue sound