Bluetooth speaker by Brookstone, released late 2013.

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How do u take apart the speaker to check the inside of it...

My bass blew out my speaker an I don't know how to take it apart to check the inside... It's like a short in it cuz it cuts in an out... What do I do

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Is there a way of replacing the bottom circuit board ? The previous owner overloaded it, I'm assuming by using a higher voltage charger.

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Brookstone Big Blue Party/360 Speaker Battery Replacement

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Ok... U helped me figure out how to take the piece I needed off... So what do I do about the bass cutting on an off... It's like my speaker works.. but the bass cut off... It feels like it's blown

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Well look at it, listen to it. check the wiring and the solder joints and determine if it is blown. If so replace it.

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I have the same problem with BBP speaker ( it fell down and some abnormal voices from bass speaker)

To pull down the cage u need to open the bottom and main botton silver ring ( by small screw driver push it up) and also Aux and supply frame( it has 6 screws which are located under rubber plugs)

After all these things done u need to pull down the cage (it may stuck at first you can force it by an screw driver as a leverage between the cage and upper lid

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I am having this same problem. I believe the bass is blown. Is there a way to get it fixed? Thank you!

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For checking speakers, I use a multimeter with a resistor measurement to check that the speaker is not shorted and I displaying the correct impedance: 2ohm, 4ohm, 8ohm, etc., whatever it is supposed to be. With the speaker leads disconnected from the amp, of course. Then take a one and a half-volt battery and touch your speakers leads a few times. You should get a “pop” noise that sounds relatively clean—-a bad speaker will give you a harsher “scritching” sound if the voice coil has been overheated and deformed. Note: a one and a half-volt battery will not harm your speaker if not continuously applied. Switching speakers around, or “borrowing” one from something else will tell you if you have amplifier problems.

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