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In what way, and to what degree, does a tear in a speaker cone affect its sound quality?

It's not practical to try to predict the effects of a tear, but a tear in the cone - especially one that's poly - is likely to sound raspy at higher volumes, but unlikely to affect tonal response. But ...
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Strange POP and loss of audio during Logic playback...?

Some musingsā€¦ though whether this will lead to a 'fix' I'm not so certain. Because the monitors are internally amped, any pop/click sent to them at full line level will nail you to the back wall. It ...
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Anything wrong with storing studio monitors right next to each other?

There will be no effect whatsoever. Permanent magnets cannot be de-gaussed, they're permanent. Nothing else within a speaker will be affected.
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How to know if studio monitors are loud enough?

First, JBL104 use 4.5" woofers. The amount of air they can move is rather limited. Their reproduction starts at 60Hz which is way above the fundamental of most bass instruments. There is no ...
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