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Looking for Speaker grille foam 10mm x 1m x 10m and Speaker foam sealing tape

Try Amazon it looks like there are plenty of sellers on there for grill foam.

Nov 23, 2015 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How would I go about disassembling?

I have not opened one of those but I have opened similar-looking metal speakers. You probably have to use an awl or sme other pointed tool and gently pry the perforated grille off by working around the perimeter. It may be stuck on with some goo or caulk. Once inside you should be able to access screws.

Sep 23, 2015 | Acoustic Audio 251W Speaker

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How do I disassemble Sony SS-RG440 Speakers to fix a rattle?

If your Sony speakers are in sealed cabinets, the only way to get access inside is through the front by removing the grille and the speakers..BUT before removing the speakers check whether the speaker(s) themselves are the source of the rattle

Dec 26, 2012 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How to open a BOSE 161?

Yes, the grill can be removed. To pull out the grill you need to clamp on the sides but inside between the outside of the mesh and the outside part of the main plastic housing. pry at least a one incu on both sides, clamp it and wiggle it up until it pulls out. to reomve the speak is more work, on the center of each side, you will want to use a 1/4" screwdriver, but nice and thick. slide it on the center of one fo the sides of the speaker downward. looking downward on it, you will see two dimples with the center opened. slide the screwdriver between the dimples at least 1/4" down and thenbend outward slightlight the scredriver so it can grab on to the opening underneath the dimples., keep doing this on all four sides until it is loose enough for you to wiggle it our by hand. do note, that the wires inside are real short, to remove the speakers completely you will need to unwind the wiring attached. the wire is solid not mesh, so you will need to use a tweezer of sort or micro screwdriver(such as for glasses) to loosen the wires. once that is done, you can pull out the speakers a swell as other components. remember, the wires inside are real short. not long enough to disconnect them, a little work is needed to disconnect the wires.

Jun 15, 2012 | Bose 161 Rear Speaker

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My X-mini speaker fell down and won't work anymore. How do I fix it? please help.

i have the same problem, it fell but now the blue light still work but no music is playing

Apr 13, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How do i remove grill from acoustimass cube speaker ?

This is really easy - although Bose don't tell you how in their user manual.

The grilles are snap on and the fixing lugs are located in the centre of each side.

All you have to do is insert a very thin flat blade screwdriver or knife blade between the grille and the speaker body at the centre of one side and gently lever it up about 1-2 mm.

Then, whilst leaving the first screwdriver (or knife) in place do the same on one of the adjacent sides - the corner of the grille should then "pop" up and you can then remove it gently by hand.

I did this so as to be able to clean a grubby set of white grilles by washing them in soapy water - came out looking like new...

Jan 16, 2011 | Bose Acoustimass 5 III System

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How do I remove the cloth grill cover from the front of speaker?

Some speaker manufacturers design their boxes with non-removable front grills. Be thankful that you can remove the back because I've seen these sealed as well. Once inside, the speakers should be mounted from the inside (mounting screws on inside) compared to front mounted. IF they are not then either you're not using the proper method to remove the grill OR it's glued in place and will require breaking the glue bond to release the grill. One note to remember...non-removable grills can mean the manufacturer has something to hide.

Mar 22, 2009 | Philips Audio Players & Recorders

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Double cube fell and separated

Use a Flat blade screw driver to take off both grills. Take both speakers out use a phillips screw driver. Put your fingers in the cube with the protruding grommet, turn the object until you see it protruding its maximum. Next align it with the opening in the other cube and press until you here it click back together. re-attach speakers and put grills back on ..Whala!!!

Mar 16, 2009 | Bose Acoustimass 3 IV System

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Dented front speaker grills.

Usually a push fit , so gentle leverage with a knife blade perhaps.
But if the grill is metal then undoing the damage may not be worth the attempt because working the metal will almost certainly stretch it and make it worse.

Mar 17, 2008 | Altec Lansing ADA995 Speaker

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Is there any way to take these apart?

If there are no screws evident on the rear of the unit carefully remove the grill on the front. Usually they are just lightly glued on. Most quality speaker enclosures open from the front and the speaker can be taken out for access to the wiring inside. If you cannot find any way in from the front look for some sort of plug or cover over screws. This could be on the back or under the grill. Sometimes they are covered with plastic covers which match the surface. If you do not have access any of these ways this could be a sealed unit which is not made to take apart. Good luck.

Jun 25, 2006 | Cambridge Soundworks Center/Surround IV...

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