MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (A1278 Mid 2009-Mid 2010) Subwoofer and Right Speaker

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (A1278 Mid 2009-Mid 2010) Subwoofer and Right Speaker

Condition: Used

$29.99

$29.99

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Description

Description

This assembly includes the right speaker and subwoofer with cables.

Repair Stories

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My Problem

MacBook Pro 13" subwoofer was broken.

My Fix

Follow the steps provided on iFixit.

My Advice

So far, so good.

My Problem

Subwoofer was blown-out.

My Fix

Repair was very easy to follow. It required taking out the optical drive (which was little tricky to reconnect after replacing the right speaker and subwoofer), but otherwise was all about just popping screws in and out. Thankful that I was able to repair this myself as my so . . .

My Problem

My subwoofer was broken. The sound coming out was very noisy

My Fix

Very simple repair, following the iFixit guide, step-by-step!

My Advice

No advice. All was perfect!

My Problem

the subwoofer and speaker not working anymore I diceided to change it. I followed all the steps , and no problem at all.

My Fix

wonderfull.

My Advice

not particulary

My Problem

Distorted audio from internal speakers, but clear when plugged in to headphones or external speakers

My Fix

Smoooooth! The replacement speaker from iFixit arrived very quickly and the repair guide provided precise instructions on how to remove the defective piece. The entire repair & replace took less than . . .

My Problem

Subwoofer was toast. Any bass sounds were fuzzy at any volume.

My Fix

Repair went great! Didn't run into any issues. I have a second hdd where the optical drive should be but it's mounted in a kit that's shaped just like the Superdrive was so I didn't have to vary from the instructions much

My Advice

It was a little d . . .

My Problem

The diaphragm on the subwoofer needs replacing

My Fix

Went smoothly, easy, and done in 15 mins

My Advice

The right speaker is attached with double sided tape/adhesive. DO NOT try to pull it with the wiring.

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