Question about Bose 100 Speaker
Unfortunately, these cases were glued together and put in place by a series of plastic pins and tabs not meant to be removed. There is no safe or healthy way of opening the case without causing some serious damage to the pins holding the inside speaker in place, plus the lip inside the case itself will break (not unglue). If you are handy with manual tools, you can use a small spatula and start prying off from between the case and the front cover at the the center of the speakers and go around it. You will hear the plastic and pins breaking, but if you take your time and be patient the cover and case will stay in shape. I will post a video on youtube on how to do this
Posted on Apr 02, 2012
There are usually some screws on the back, possibly deep down in some holes, apond often hidden behind/under rubber feet or stickers. If it's a really cheap set of speakers they may be glued together, og even just "snapped" toghether.
If you are refering to the speaker lement itself, it will be destroyed if you disassemble it.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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