Introduction

When everything is working as it should, the speaker produces nearly the same vibrations that the microphone originally recorded and encoded on a tape, CD or LP record.

Parts

No parts required.

Using your Philips head screwdriver, remove the 10 outer black screws from the back of the device.
  • Using your Philips head screwdriver, remove the 10 outer black screws from the back of the device.

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Gently remove the back panel of the device being careful not to unplug any internal wires.
  • Gently remove the back panel of the device being careful not to unplug any internal wires.

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Using your Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 4 brass speaker screws.
  • Using your Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 4 brass speaker screws.

  • Be careful to not remove the speaker housing screws, which surround the speaker screws.

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Carefully pull the wires out of their connections from the back of the speaker.
  • Carefully pull the wires out of their connections from the back of the speaker.

  • Don't forget which wire goes with which connection!

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Conclusion

To reassemble, follow these instructions in reverse order. Then test by playing a tune. We suggest "Live at the Apollo" by James Brown.

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