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Introduction

Just taking apart my Aether Cone!

  1. It is held on with some double sided adhesive tape, just peel it back carefully from a corner Then remove all the screws shown in the picture Then remove all the screws shown in the picture
    • It is held on with some double sided adhesive tape, just peel it back carefully from a corner

    • Then remove all the screws shown in the picture

  2. Next remove the small circuit board on the end of the silver ribbon cable, it is held on with some more double sided adhesive Then remove the two allen head bolts hidden inside the case that hold the outer casing to the mid frame. Then remove the two allen head bolts hidden inside the case that hold the outer casing to the mid frame.
    • Next remove the small circuit board on the end of the silver ribbon cable, it is held on with some more double sided adhesive

    • Then remove the two allen head bolts hidden inside the case that hold the outer casing to the mid frame.

  3. Remove the ribbon cable and the connector holding the case to the mid frame Remove the ribbon cable and the connector holding the case to the mid frame Remove the ribbon cable and the connector holding the case to the mid frame
    • Remove the ribbon cable and the connector holding the case to the mid frame

  4. undo the screws that hold the metal bracket in place and then disconnect the battery. The battery can then be gently pulled off the mid frame as it is held on by double sided adhesive foam tape. The battery is a 7.2v 5200mah battery consisting of 4 18650 cells.
    • undo the screws that hold the metal bracket in place and then disconnect the battery.

    • The battery can then be gently pulled off the mid frame as it is held on by double sided adhesive foam tape.

    • The battery is a 7.2v 5200mah battery consisting of 4 18650 cells.

  5. Remove the connectors plugged into the main circuit board Remove the connectors plugged into the main circuit board
    • Remove the connectors plugged into the main circuit board

  6. remove the screws and the main circuit board can be taken off the mid frame. Hopefully the photos can help with identifying the chips Hopefully the photos can help with identifying the chips
    • remove the screws and the main circuit board can be taken off the mid frame.

    • Hopefully the photos can help with identifying the chips

  7. remove all the long screws around the mid frame The midframe can then be lifted off
    • remove all the long screws around the mid frame

    • The midframe can then be lifted off

  8. this then reveals the two tweeters and the 3 inch driver which provides the excellent sound quality. this then reveals the two tweeters and the 3 inch driver which provides the excellent sound quality.
    • this then reveals the two tweeters and the 3 inch driver which provides the excellent sound quality.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Nick Charlton

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5 Comments

it would be great to get access to the firmware to enable the microphone and make it work as an assistant via Google API or Alexa API

peteandmika - Reply

Anyway of adding a 3.5mm line in socket to connect an Amazon Alexa to it ?

s_bell1 - Reply

I also want to know if this is possible.

I’ve got four of these around the house but connected via bluetooth (which is pretty unstable) they are not in sync.

Would be great to be able to plug directly into an amazon dot?

Any suggestions for a work around would be great?

alainsworth -

Mine has stopped charging so is only usable plugged in. Is this a common problem can it be fixed easily? I checked various voltages on the battery board but cant find any reference to what they should be.

Russ - Reply

What kind of power supply does it use? I have 3 of them but no power supply. Maybe i can find some on ebay?

Adriana Dacunha - Reply

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