Introduction

If you're experiencing poor sound quality, you might need or want to replace your speaker. This guide shows the steps necessary to replace the speaker.

Parts

No parts required.

Start with the ear padding facing up.
  • Start with the ear padding facing up.

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Remove the ear padding by separating the fabric piece from the plastic headphone piece. The leather padding will slide off the plastic piece holding it in place. Don't be afraid to pull with a little force. The leather padding will slide off the plastic piece holding it in place. Don't be afraid to pull with a little force.
  • Remove the ear padding by separating the fabric piece from the plastic headphone piece.

  • The leather padding will slide off the plastic piece holding it in place. Don't be afraid to pull with a little force.

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With tools and Fix Kits
Use a Philips head screwdriver to remove the speaker cover. Be careful the speaker is attached to the chip inside by wires.
  • Use a Philips head screwdriver to remove the speaker cover.

  • Be careful the speaker is attached to the chip inside by wires.

  • The recommended screwdriver bit size is a PH 0.

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  • Once the speaker cover is removed, the wires can be cut or de-soldered.

  • Remove the speaker.

  • Insert the new speaker

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Conclusion

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

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