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No Problem, Just curious at how to open the sub box.

I just want to know how to open the sub woofer box so i cn see inside it at all the mumbo jumbo etc. I tried my self but it proved to be difficult as i dnt want to break it open. I tried the back input panel but the circuit board was either hooked on something or the wasnt enough slack in the wires inside. Can anyone help :)

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Re: No Problem, Just curious at how to open the sub box.

It is made so as no fumbling fingers can't get at it There are no user serviceable parts there in So leave it alone.

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Re: No Problem, Just curious at how to open the sub box.

I opened mine, here's a description:

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How to open the subwoofer unit? There is something lose inside and I don't know how to open it. And I can't find the service manual on internet.

particular model may please be mentioned.

In general, there is two types of packaging

1. The bottom or the back or the front will have screws, you can unscrew and that's it.

2. Some sub-woofers are factory sealed, that means all their panels are glued shut. Now here's the problematic part. Usually you can't open a glued shut sub-woofer without inflicting some cosmetic damage. You may put scratches on it or vice versa.

Still if it is very essential, you may have to use some thin and flat object like a praying knife or a flat head screwdriver. Use them with caution as applying too much pressure at wrong angels may result into ricocheting into your hand / fingers.

May 14, 2014 | JBL Encounter 2.1 Computer Speakers

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Speaker replacement

If the enclosure has a front GRILL that lifts off or can be pried off without difficulty, you may be able to enter from there.
In most cases the manufacturer seals these devices and you cannot open them. The cost to replace could be greater that purchasing a new sub-woofer. Remember Speakers must be MATCHED properly, and unless you have the exact replacement; all may be in vain. The other problem, some systems have Controls attached to the speaker box and that is a whole new problem to solve.

Dec 18, 2013 | Gateway Computer Speakers

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X-220 cable is slightly damaged and not making constant contact with sub-woofer mate. Is there a repair where I can replace or cut open & fix the 9 pin cable? To me, the obvious problem is that the...

nothing is wrong with the woofer the connect is broken at the strain relief and the cable needs to be replaced.
You can replace the connector if you know the pinouts. You will need the connector and the schematic.
you may be able to find the pin outs configuration here.
As for the connector this may take a search online.

Aug 07, 2010 | Logitech X-220 Computer Speakers

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How do i open the sub-woofer unit?

the speaker is were you can access the inside. you need to gently pry the speaker mesh off the outer ring. then you will see the screws that hold that speaker on. most any type of glue will work. you will want to set it on its face until it has com pleated bonding.

Jan 27, 2010 | Logitech X-230 Computer Speakers

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If i increase the sub woofer volume the voice distorts and gives a buzzing sound. it works fine on low volume

Your sub woofer is not mean for voice sound...check that you have connected the systen up properly and that you have put the sub woofer into its wn connection..if it is in the right connection the woofer could be blown.also try decrease the midrange hurts on the woofer

Jan 03, 2010 | Computer Speakers

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Speakers stop working need to replace don't know where the part suppose to go

Probably the fuse, you need to take out the woofer in order to reach it.

May 27, 2009 | Altec Lansing ATP 3W Computer Speakers

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Sub Woofer Stopped working

You know what happened to mine?

I tried to shove it behind a five-drawer file cabinet and managed to crack the circuit board inside because the power cable torqued the socket inside.

I was able to shove a tiny piece of 14-gauge wire inside and bridge the disconnect between the solder joint of the center lead and one of the metal terminals of the switch; now my speakers are working again!

Jul 17, 2008 | Computer Speakers

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Sub-woofer malfunction

if the amp is going bad repair or replace, the sub you would probably have to replace, this would be the best fix. but check the amp also.good-luck!

Jul 12, 2008 | Logitech Z-5500 Computer Speakers

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U can open it up....
But the speaker/Woofer may got damaged, which had to be replaced....
Contact the local tectnicians..

Dec 17, 2007 | Harman Kardon SoundSticks Computer...

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Shorted Sub-woofer

try this site first; but it sounds as if something has fried in the amp - if you look inside you may well see some burning marks around some of the components. Another possilility is that the cable being pulled out pulled something inside the speaker that has damaged the cone or more likely the power supply , but the symptoms you describe suggest an amplifier issue, possibly caused by damage to the power supply system. Hope this helps :)

Mar 07, 2007 | Logitech Z-560 Computer Speakers

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