Removing standard plastic grill and preparing for new grill.
Trying to remove the plastic grill on the transducer is next to impossible, so I decided to remove it and replace it with a new aluminum speaker grill. The speaker grill I have chosen has bigger holes and hopefully it will improve sound quality.
First thing to do is to measure the groove gap, since the new grill is thinner it will displace the air chamber and having less air chamber will affect the sound quality. By knowing the standard distance I can always revert to the original setting. Add extra hot glue and don’t press to hard on the two halves of the transducer to offset the air chamber to its original distance. The new grill already has bigger holes, offsetting the air chamber to much cold effect the sound quality in a negative way.
Place the transducer on a news paper to dampen some of the shock. Use a blunt piece of wood and nothing else. Make sure the wood has wide flat point and will cover a wide surface area. The idea is to force the glue to release the grill and at some point if the glue is to strong, break the grill and hopefully remove as much of the grill as possible. This will leave less grill material behind and less time spent removing the left over grill later.
Place the wood as close to the outer side of the grill as possible, this will be more effective in breaking the glue as it doesn’t allow the grill to flex and absorb the shock. Place the wood to far to the middle to wards the SR60 badge and the wood will just punch through the grill leaving everything else still stuck to the grill housing.
Once the grill is removed use a wire clipper to clip away the excess grill left behind. Take time doing this and try not to dig into the housing. Remove the left behind grill bit by bit. Attack the grill from different angle. Remember to take time doing this, after all the excess grill is removes use a knife to flatten and even the surface where the new grill will be glued. Use sand paper or a rotary tool is your have one.
Making new better grill allowing air to propagate more freely and improve appearance.
Save the SR60 badge, the badge can be use to cover some of the holes on the new grill if the sound quality is to open or to airy. As I mention before the standard plastic grill is almost twice the thickness of the new aluminum grill.
Its time to bring out the speaker grill, don’t bother drawing or scribing circles and cutting it out because you can get a good circular shape. The best way to do it is to find something the same size as the original grill. I went around the house with the house trying to find something the right size and it seem like a shot glass seem to be the prefect fit. I think I don’t have to write anything more the video says it all, try not to hold a big piece of the grill while try to cut. Cut out a small piece and slowly cut out the required shape. The grill will end up with sharp crooked edges and it won’t lay flat. Grind off the sharp edges and prepare it for paint. I painted it black and with extra lacquer for extra gloss.
The grill housing has been polished that’s why its shining and I will post the video soon.
Brandi from Saint Louis, Missouri, is looking for a kick in her grilled shrimp, but is having trouble putting the ingredients together to match her desired flavors so she emailed in her recipe "fix" to Chef Billy Parisi. If you have a recipe you feel needs some "fixing" simply visit www.fixmyrecipe.com or email Chef Billy Parisi at www.fixmyrecipe.com.
The Micro Grill converts your microwave oven into a turbo-charged grilling machine, for food that tastes like it’s just came off the grill. All food is ready to serve in minutes - juicy steaks, crisp pizza, grilled fish and seafood, vegetables and even flaky pastries and desserts! For healthier meals, excess fats drain into Micro Grill’s convenient collection reservoir.
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The Italian Grille Ristorante is the BEST AUTHENTIC Italian you can get in the Houston/Conroe area. If you live in the area, you owe it to yourselves to eat there.
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2129 West Davis, Ste. C
Conroe, TX 77304
The Italian Grille Ristorante is the BEST AUTHENTIC Italian you can get in the Houston/Conroe area. Not only can you eat in the restaurant, but they cater as well!
Italian Grille Ristorante
2129 West Davis, Ste. C
Conroe, TX 77304
http://www.headlineds.com -- "Hill Grilling for Daschle" is from the February 3, 2009 edition of the DC Examiner. Tom Daschle's tax "mistake" is irritating enough. But his lobbying activities on behalf of the pharmaceutical companies is really troubling. The fact that he's not a registered lobbyist just doesn't cut it. As much as Obama says he's about change, Daschle's nomination feels like business as usual. Still feel weak on my caricatures, but I keep on trying. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Heaven Hill Master Distiller Craig Beam hosts an "Evening of American Whiskeys" at Firefly Southern Grill in Evansville, Indiana. Elijah Craig 12 yr, Evan Williams Single Barrel, Rittenhouse Rye, and Bernheim are paired with our favorite food from Firefly
Seth Hancock and the Doing Indy team have discovered one of Indy's hidden gems in a restaurant called the Tie Dye Grill. The people are wonderful but the food is AMAZING. See why this place is unfreakinbelievable and a must try. It's Tie Dye magic!
On this edition of What's the Dish, we visit the Greystone Grill in Annapolis to see Executive Chef John Kerr prepare his signature dish – Macadamia Nut Crusted Mahi Mahi with pineapple risotto.
The name says it all, right? Not quite… The TV Sports Bar and Grill in Detroit offers more than you might think. Inside, you’ll find a hot dance floor and a DJ spinning everything from hip-hop to salsa. Can’t salsa dance, you say? Come out and they’ll teach you to swing your hips like a pro.
Our tractor was stuck AND would not start. Warming the oil pan with a BBQ grill got it started. No way to get equipment in to pull it out. If you try this yourself (even the manual suggests using "warming methods" if it is hard-starting and the weather is cold) you want very little heat. I was able to leave my hand between the grill and oil pan and was worried it wouldn't be warm enough. The oil pan felt WARM not hot to the touch and it worked great. We put tin-foil on the hydraulic lines just to make sure they didn't get melted, but frankly this was over-cautious. The tiny portable grill we got for this put off very little heat.
Once it started, we tried the "log chained to the tire" trick found here ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnRRGW... ) but the JD 6300 was just too heavy even with a larger log. We ended up pulling out a couple feet at a time by chaining the wheel to a tree and using a come-along to tighten it up first.
The full version can be found here: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/2479235/dachshunds_help_unstick_john_deere_6300_5_ton_tractor_stuck_in_the_mud_for_7_hours/
Here's a quick video, showing you my techniques for grilling & preparing my special mixed Squash dish. Enjoy!