This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Sony SRS-X3, use our service manual.

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  • There are 6 screws under the rubber feet on the bottom. Removing them allows the bottom plate to be removed, and then from there, the front panel, front cover, and battery compartment.

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Image 1/3: DC to DC power supply and Yamaha audio amp chip/output filter inductors are the main parts of this side Image 2/3: DC to DC power supply and Yamaha audio amp chip/output filter inductors are the main parts of this side Image 3/3: DC to DC power supply and Yamaha audio amp chip/output filter inductors are the main parts of this side
  • Photos of the Main PCB. IC part numbers can be read off the photos.

  • DC to DC power supply and Yamaha audio amp chip/output filter inductors are the main parts of this side

Hie my speaker doesn't recharge anymore the port were you connect to charge seems to have broken. I was wondering if youll be kind enough to tell me the name of that particular part and how to swap it. Thank you

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Image 1/3: The pinouts of the main flex are actually stated on the board which is a huge plus. Image 2/3: A CSR Bluetooth SoC and MXIC flash are provided. Image 3/3: A CSR Bluetooth SoC and MXIC flash are provided.
  • More images of the main board assembly.

  • The pinouts of the main flex are actually stated on the board which is a huge plus.

  • A CSR Bluetooth SoC and MXIC flash are provided.

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Image 1/2: Battery is a 2 cell 18650 pack with protection built in; 7.4V Image 2/2: Battery is a 2 cell 18650 pack with protection built in; 7.4V
  • The battery pack is on a connector and can be removed before all of this is taken out.

  • Battery is a 2 cell 18650 pack with protection built in; 7.4V

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  • Two 7W speakers with strong magnets are included in this speaker; it is marketed with a 20W power output. Excursion is about 7-10mm at its peak.

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  • Two passive radiators are present inside the device. They're fairly heavy but rubberized, and they resonate and are tuned for low frequency reproduction. These move a LOT when it's playing. 7-10mm per side.

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Larry Chen

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This is great, thank you Larry. I'd wondered about the possibility of upgrading the battery to one that lasts longer between charges but I had no idea how to open the case. It didn't occur to me that the screws would be under the rubber feet!

Steve MacDonald - Reply

Dear Larry, can you give me capture specific card power close to battery. Because i got resistor blown in that card, and i don't know specific value of this resistor. Many Thanks in advance

didi - Reply

One speaker started to give a lot of distortion making it unusable. Repositioned speaker in the heavy (magnet) housing and it's all good again.

Thank you for the opening tips and pics!

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