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Remove screen on MTX HT625AC ceiling speaker

How do you remove the screen cover in order to make adjustments?

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  • thatch01 Apr 24, 2008

    Angle of speaker. I want to review angle the ceiling speakers and make adjustments if necessary. The rear ceiling speakers are in front of my couch, rather than behind the couch.

  • t support
    t support May 11, 2010

    what adjustment do you wish to make

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As far as i know the tweeter is angled in the mount it does not look like the speaker can be angled as it appears to be fairly standard ceiling unit.

but the cover looks like a push on so maybe very careful levering might work.

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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