For those w/ shorty pipes
Question for those that have cut their pipes. I cut my D&D pipe several weeks ago and the job went flawless, however, as you may already know the D&D is loud enough as it is, no imagine it half the size.
So I recently got a used TRS off eBay, and last night I proceeded to cut the pipe. Well, I finished the job but had one question. I was unable to get the baffle to accept the cone so as a result there is a gap between the cone and baffle -- does anyone see this as an issue? Will this cause problems ... I'm thinking it would cause negligible issues, but wanted your feedback.