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How do I disassemble a JBL LSR2325P to replace the woofer?

Ordered a new woofer for this guy as mine had begun to tear around the foam padding, but not sure how to get safely inside to do the swap.

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Manufacturers of commercially built speaker enclosures don't usually take chances, especially with the infinite baffle variety, and so tend to glue everything together to prevent resonances and vibrations. Zillions of screws and gaskets would be too expensive.

The back is usually the point of access but it might be the front. Sometimes the screws securing a drive unit can be accessed and with lots of luck the drive unit can be released and lowered into the cabinet which will allow access to the inside of the back panel so with the aid of a piece of wood and a large hammer...

Failing that it will be a matter of using guile and a moderate amount of brute force even though it could mean repairing or replacing the panel.

Posted on Mar 24, 2015

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Did you ever figure out how to get into this enclosure? I am having the same issue now.

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