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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

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  1. 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.

  2. 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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  4. 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.

  5. 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!

Conclusion

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

MarkAnthony

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I've got this but the music plays super quietly on the records I'm not able to turn up the sound would this be the solution?

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