There are several ways to secure drivers to a speaker enclosure. One common method is to use screws or bolts. The screws or bolts should be long enough to go through the driver and the speaker enclosure and be tightened securely. It is important to make sure that the screws or bolts are tightened evenly and not overtightened, as this can cause damage to the driver or enclosure. Another method is to use adhesive, such as a strong glue or epoxy, to attach the driver to the enclosure. This can provide a strong and secure connection, but it can be difficult to remove the driver if it needs to be replaced. It is also important to make sure that the adhesive is applied evenly and allowed to dry completely before using the speaker.
The best way to secure drivers to the speaker enclosure is to use a combination of screws, gaskets, bolts and adhesive. Each of these materials will provide a different level of strength and hold in order to keep drivers safely and securely housed in the enclosure. When using screws, you can choose between traditional Phillips head or self-tapping drywall screws. Gaskets help provide a cushion between the frame and the driver while bolts provide a solid locking force. Lastly, adhesive can provide an extra level of insurance and make sure that nothing slips or moves.