Question about MidiLand S2 4100 Computer Speakers
I been using these for quite some time without any major issues, well up until now. What I thought would be more than adequate packing turned out to be a disaster, with a tweeter from one of the satellites clearly displaced from its socket; I can hear it dangling inside when I shake the satellite, and there is no audible high freq coming out of this tweeter with music playing. There are only 4 screw holes on the back to access the wire clamps, but it appears near impssible to get to the tweeter from there. Is there a way to take off the grills on this thing? Last thing I attempted was emailing midiland, and they are apparantely ignoring me atm. Am I just SOL?
At this point, you might just want to look at it again and worst case senereo, you mess up the face of the speaker to get inside, Since it does not work, and its not one of those speakers that you normally send out to fix. It is a throw away item. This is why they don't want to deal with you. Cheap speakers are anything under 300, and usually cost more to send out.
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
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