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Sound problem with ACS33 Altec Lansing speakers

by drew_sig / November 8, 2004 4:40 AM PST

I have Altec lansing acs33 speakers and the sometimes one speaker doesnt work but if i move the speaker input wire then it works again for a minute or two but then it messes up again. How can I fix it?

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Re: Sound problem with ACS33 Altec Lansing speakers
by Steven Haninger / November 8, 2004 9:07 AM PST

If they're new enough to be under warranty, take them back. If not and you can open the speaker, I'd just splice and solder a suitable length of speaker wire right to the internal wiring. The fewer mechancal connections, the better.

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Just open the speaker
by Barbixy100 / March 29, 2012 12:36 PM PDT

How? I can see no way to open the speaker. I've removed the bottom and all it is is a stand, the speaker part itself does not seem to have a way to open it.

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