Another Bose Question...
pjrose at frontiernet.net
Tue Nov 19 21:39:51 EST 2002
At 8:40 PM -0500 11/19/02, Kneale Brownson wrote:
>The amp board just plugs into a spot on the speaker. It's a multipin
>connection, I believe.
Yes, it ought to be fairly obvious once you're in there. Some screws
hold the board to the assembly. Early versions of the Bose rear
speaker didn't have the amp-board connector plug. Hopefully the
replacement speaker you get is a later version with the connector
plug (rather than wires directly soldered to the amp board) otherwise
I'd assume you'll need to cut its wires and patch in the plug from
your old speaker.
>At 05:29 PM 11/22/2002 -0800, Steven Sprague wrote:
>>I just got the 20v back from the LM recall. Yes, they only replaced
>>the amp board on the speaker (as Kneale pointed out, thanks!) but now
>>the sound coming from the driver's side is not good. From my
>>experience, it sounds like a tear in the paper
>>of the speaker. So I am getting another speaker to replace it (it's
>>good to have connections). My
>>question is, what is the procedure to replace the boards between
>>speakers? I haven't looked in there yet, sorry for not looking
>>before asking. I'll be looking tonight when I unplug the speaker.
>> I appreciate your input on the speakers before my car getting the "new"
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Phil Rose Rochester, NY USA
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