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
    • 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

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  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
    • 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.

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

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    • 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.

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    • Remove the connectors plugged into the main circuit board

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    • remove the screws and the main circuit board can be taken off the mid frame.

    • Hopefully the photos can help with identifying the chips

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    • remove all the long screws around the mid frame

    • The midframe can then be lifted off

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

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Conclusion

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

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Nick Charlton

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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

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