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How do I take apart a Boston Acoustics BA7800 subwoofer?

I tried unscrewing the four screws on the bottom, to no avail. I also tried unscrewing the 8 screws bordering the back panel, but the panel didn't budge. the screws scattered around the panel do not come out. my goal is to gain access behind the panel.

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If you've undone the 8 screws on the back panel... I would suggest the only thing holding it in is..... it's an interference fit... try carefully prising it out.

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SOURCE: adapting Boston Acoustics BA7800 for use with TV

Here's what you need:

http://www.vpi.us/cable-audio.html

Scroll down to the 3.5mm Stereo Jack / RCA Plug x 2 Y-Cable

Converts your TRS connectors to dual RCA plugs. You said you have 3 TRS connectors. Does the TV have 3 sets of RCA plugs you can use with this? If not, you may not be able to get full surround sound, just stereo sound, from your TV - and you'll need some RCA splitters to plug two (or three) cables into one port. I know you can get those at Radio Shack.

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SOURCE: Speakers have no sound.

Have you tried other speakers? If so did they work? You might try updating the sound card drivers.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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