Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
First pry off the rubber gasket. Then take a razor and cut out the cone, cut as close to the outer edge of the surround as you can. Then snip the tinsel leads connecting the cone to the spider. Then take your knife and cut out the spider. The cone and voice coil should now slide out. The rest of the speaker can be takin apart with a screwdriver and hammer.
Now hide from the owner of the speaker, he will probably want to hurt you.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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