Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My subwoofer for a Microsoft Digital Sound 80 speaker system blew, would like to replace the component.
Just repair it with flexible rubber glue, its usually the passive radiator that blows since it has twice the excursion of the main driver. Alternatively you can buy radiator repair kits from ebay Malasia.
The circuit is very innovative and its worth keeping these units alive; the Philips wOOx technology+digital amplifier and also the only audio system developed by Microsoft, they are a future piece of retro history and will be worth money if you hold onto them for a few years.
Posted on Feb 20, 2018
Silicon seal fixed for a while ... ripped again 3 months later.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
I have a Microsoft System 80 subwoofer unit with a bad (rattling) subwoofer. Since I have not been able (as of yet) to locate a dual voice coil replacement, I'm going to try to replace both the speaker and the passive radiator with two single voice coil subwoofer speakers. Anyone with bad speakers watch for my results in the coming months! This may be a good fix for all those blown units. Next time I won't listen to Deadmau5 too loud or heavy on the bass, either!
Posted on Jul 23, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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