This JBL on tour has been babied and seldom used but, they no longer work. Any fix? Or, should I toss them? Can you suggest a brand and portable speaker with similar quality that won't **** out from non-use? thanks, Jon
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Its pretty late for your post....but today i repaired my jbl on tour...
there are 7 screws to be removed. 2 on thre front upper side, remove the battery cover an you find the first two. then remove the jbl sign, theres another under it. its very hard to remove, i had to destroy my jbl sign. now you have to clip out the cover when you have slided it back, under the back side who was covered, are the last 4 screws. now the nasty part is coming: you cant open it, cause its glued all around. put at first a knife into the slot betwen the upper cover & the under cover, move it around the jbl on tour, but watch out that you damage no electronic parts, or cut off the battery cabel (as i did ;) ) and now you can open the device. my jbl looks really bad after, but it works fine (had issues with the current cable)
There is 3 or 4 options for the on Tour speakers but not the model on your posting, I give you the link to the user manuals so you can compare them and get the appropriate I hope it helps.
http://www.jbl.com/EN-US/Products/Pages/SearchResults.aspx if it takes you to the search box just type: on tour that should yield5 results. if it works for you don't forget to rate me thx
The LED(green light) will have dry jointed on the board it mounts(solders) to. You could pull them apart and resolder the broken connection, not to big a job if you have a soldering iron and tools. They don't make em the way they used to!!
Most if not all external speakers for 2way radios just uses two wires to 2 pins going to a mono baby phone plug. There are some models/versions that uses proprietary connector but very seldom.
The connection is similar to a mono earphone except of course that instead of an earpiece, it uses a speaker/enclosure.
Hope this be of some help/information. Post back should you need additional information and pls include brand/model of the radio.
Good luck and kind regards.