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Protect the treble on Rega RX3 from children?

Discussion in 'audio' started by kristoffer, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. kristoffer

    kristoffer Danish Hi Fi NERD

    Hey. Thinking about getting a pair of Rega RX3 , but Is there any way to protect the drives on Rega RX3 from children? That treble wouldn’t survive a day here.
     
  2. Darren L

    Darren L pfm Member

    They come with magnetically attached grills.
     
  3. kristoffer

    kristoffer Danish Hi Fi NERD

    Only for the bass / midrange as far as I can see?
     
  4. essgee

    essgee pfm Member

    Maybe "train" the children not to touch, as in the consequences if they do!
     
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  5. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs “telling it like it isn’t...”

    Constant supervision.
     
  6. Vinny

    Vinny pfm Member

    Nail them to the walls, high up? (Either one)
     
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  7. PerF

    PerF Member

    Maybe get some RX1 or Kytes on furniture away from children
    Maybe look for some old Ela, (I consider putting mine up for sale soon), they have frontgrilles
     
  8. uncl_nigel

    uncl_nigel pfm Member

    When I chose my new speakers earlier this year, I eliminated certain speakers from my shortlist because they did not have grilles... Two reasons - aesthetics and protection.
     
  9. Mr Pig

    Mr Pig ^'- -'^

    I hate these questions. No one likes to be told how to raise their kids but good grief. Unless your child is suffering from some kind of mental disability there is no reason why they cannot be taught not to trash your stuff. We had three kids. Damage to hi-fi-zero.

    Actually, I did lose a tweeter to a child but he was about fifteen and not mine.
     
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  10. w00fer

    w00fer Active Member

    Wouldn't this attract the attention of social services?
     
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  11. booja30

    booja30 pfm Member

    Yes but social services probably won't do anything to the tweeter, so nothing to worry about.
     
    Last edited: Apr 10, 2021
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