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Steve Litscher

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Re: scrappy weather
« Reply #10 on: December 15, 2017, 12:16:13 am »

Thanks for the extra info; Full Compass is in my backyard and from what I can tell from the site and my rep, they only list the "transit" cover for the DSR speakers. That weatherproof cover that Tim linked to via YouTube appears to be for everything other than the DSR series. Boo.

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Re: scrappy weather
« Reply #11 on: December 15, 2017, 11:46:50 am »

Thanks for the extra info; Full Compass is in my backyard and from what I can tell from the site and my rep, they only list the "transit" cover for the DSR speakers. That weatherproof cover that Tim linked to via YouTube appears to be for everything other than the DSR series. Boo.

I can't find the little "manual" that came with my covers but I got the impression they fit all of the xxx112 speakers.  Might be worth checking the size of the DSR and compare, as the covers are just a little on the roomy side - if the DSR is a tad larger (say 1/2 inch) I think they'd fit.
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Re: scrappy weather
« Reply #12 on: December 15, 2017, 05:00:13 pm »

I can't find the little "manual" that came with my covers but I got the impression they fit all of the xxx112 speakers.  Might be worth checking the size of the DSR and compare, as the covers are just a little on the roomy side - if the DSR is a tad larger (say 1/2 inch) I think they'd fit.

The DSR112 is 18mm deeper and 25mm taller than the DXR12 - those covers would have to be a very sloppy fit on the DXR to still fit the DSR, unless they've got some kind of removable insert.
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Re: scrappy weather
« Reply #13 on: December 15, 2017, 07:05:44 pm »

The DSR112 is 18mm deeper and 25mm taller than the DXR12 - those covers would have to be a very sloppy fit on the DXR to still fit the DSR, unless they've got some kind of removable insert.

Ah, the Ivan quote:   It depends... on exactly where the 18mm depth is.  It would be snug.  Height would come up short, though.  Only about 1 cm of overhang on the bottom.
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