Question about Harman Kardon SoundSticks Computer Speakers
The metal back from the top tweeter in one of my Soundsticks has come off (it fell off my table onto the floor). Is there a way of opening the Soundstick 'tube' to push the metal back onto the tweeter? I can see where it used to be glued to the back of the tweeter, but am not sure if the plastic casing will snap open , or whether it is glued together.
Alternatively, if this can't be done, can anyone suggest how I could repair this because the sound is a bit fuzzy at times because of the loose backing?
Many thanks. Mark
I took a screwdriver and pried mine open (at one of the ends, not the center), snapped my tweeter back in place, took model airplane glue and a Q-tip, covered the ridge side (not the grooved side) of the case with just a little line of glue and stuck them back together. Worked perfect.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
U better dont do experiment..take ur pc to a service centre....itz better..but regarding myself it will open and u can insert...
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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