Introduction

With this guide you can take your MM-4 from one solid brick of a speaker to four parts and a bunch of screws. This is useful if you are replacing a bad driver, or if the connector becomes damaged and you need to replace it.

Image 1/2: Remove the four #2 Philips screws on the back plate. Image 2/2: Remove the four #2 Philips screws on the back plate.
  • Turn the speaker face down, so the connector side is up.

  • Remove the four #2 Philips screws on the back plate.

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Image 1/1: Carefully separate the connectors
  • Remove the foam insert to expose the two spade connectors.

  • Carefully separate the connectors

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Image 1/2: Remove the four screws on the grill.  I had to use a t-10 Torx bit to remove them. Image 2/2: The grill is not glued on, but may require a bit of prying to remove.
  • Turn the speaker so the grill side is up.

  • Remove the four screws on the grill. I had to use a t-10 Torx bit to remove them.

  • The grill is not glued on, but may require a bit of prying to remove.

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Image 1/2: This is a pretty quick and easy teardown, not too many parts in this one.  The meyer speaker's part number is ST-164.  It's a 16 Ohm driver. Image 2/2: This is a pretty quick and easy teardown, not too many parts in this one.  The meyer speaker's part number is ST-164.  It's a 16 Ohm driver.
  • Remove the four silver bolts holding the speaker in place. These bolts also have threads inset for the grill screws to fit into.

  • This is a pretty quick and easy teardown, not too many parts in this one. The meyer speaker's part number is ST-164. It's a 16 Ohm driver.

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Conclusion

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

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