Question about Cambridge Soundworks Center/Surround IV Satellite Speaker
I feel like theres a loose connection inside my center speaker because at heavy bass sounds it glitches and can be fixed if tapped. The connection in the back is not the problem so I was wondering if there was a way I could open it and fix whatever is wrong
If there are no screws evident on the rear of the unit carefully remove the grill on the front. Usually they are just lightly glued on. Most quality speaker enclosures open from the front and the speaker can be taken out for access to the wiring inside. If you cannot find any way in from the front look for some sort of plug or cover over screws. This could be on the back or under the grill. Sometimes they are covered with plastic covers which match the surface. If you do not have access any of these ways this could be a sealed unit which is not made to take apart. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 12, 2006
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