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Introduction

Teardown of the Logitech S120 Slim Mini Stereo Speakers.

  1. Desktop Computer Speakers
    • Desktop Computer Speakers

    • Weight: 1lb

    • Height: 6.22 in

    • Width: 2.67 in

    • Depth: 2.51 in

    • Power: 2.2W (RMS)

    • RCA and 3.5mm jack inputs

  2. Remove the speaker grills using a thin, flat object such as a flathead screwdriver.
    • Remove the speaker grills using a thin, flat object such as a flathead screwdriver.

    • Insert the tool where the grill connects to the chassis just above the logitech logo.

    • Pry upwards until the grill releases

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  4. Insert the flathead screwdriver in the seam between the speaker chassis.
    • Insert the flathead screwdriver in the seam between the speaker chassis.

    • Use force to jam the flathead screwdriver into the chassis.

    • Drag the screwdriver around the chassis until the two sides separate.

  5. Using a phillips head screwdriver, remove the screws holding the PCB, transformer, and speakers to the chassis.
    • Using a phillips head screwdriver, remove the screws holding the PCB, transformer, and speakers to the chassis.

    • Pull the PCB, transformer, and speakers from the chassis.

  6. The driver board contains several components
    • The driver board contains several components

    • Stereo Amplifier: TEA2025B

    • 5mm LED power indicator

    • Potentiometer and on/off switch

    • Decoupling, bypass, and AC coupling capcaitors

bglidden95

Member since: 02/14/2014

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I took mine apart, only the Speaker that contains the On/Off Volume— Potentiometer. That Speaker fell off my table and hit the floor landing on the Volume control knob, since then the Speakers do not work unless I insert something to keep pressure on the Volume Control’s shaft. Is it possible to obtain and replace the potentiometer/On/Off Switch…?

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