Thank you for this!
I have a stupid question (I’m new to this) – how important is it to use the original damping foam parts from b&o? Will it make a significant difference to the sound quality? To me it just looks like foam that I can potentially source elsewhere, or at least something very similar. Is there any easy alternative someone can suggest that I can use? Someone mentioned in another forum they used a magic eraser.
I called my local B&O dealer (in Hong Kong), they explicitly said they do not sell parts individually. Also, what’s shown in the picture doesn’t look like what was in my original beolab 6000, hence the question
Here’s what my original foam looks like: [url=https://postimg.cc/Fd9PMMvW][img]https://i.postimg.cc/Fd9PMMvW/IMG-20220623-210634.jpg[/img][/url]