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Repair and troubleshooting guides for the Apple Pro Speaker, which has the model number M8756 These are Harman Kardon-built speakers with an Apple proprietary connector. They are only compatible with the iMac G4 and PowerMac G4.

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How to take apart the Amp of the Apple Pro Speaker?

Hey, my G4 Cube speaker recently has the cord of amp loosen. I want to open tge amp case to fix it. But I couldn't find any source in the internet. Could you please assist?

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Thank you for your reply. My Apple Pro Speaker is the one come with the G4 cube, which has a translucent shell for the amp. I woul like to know the way to open the shell without damaging it.

Thanks anyway:)

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Is there a identification number on it? Like an A1122 number?

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I don't know. But the picture in this link shows the speaker:

http://blog.pardner.com/2012/08/using-th...

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Thank you. But the auther didn't tell how it was open.

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See if this guide will help you: Using Apple Pro Speakers with a class-d amplifier

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See if this guide is what you need: Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone

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Using Apple Pro Speakers with a class-d amplifier

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20 minutes

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Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone

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30 - 45 minutes

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for anyone else:

I just recently popped my Cube amp open as well. It seems like it's just glued shut, but it's not a chemical glue so you should be able to pop it open with minimal difficulty. I used a piece of sheet metal about the thickness of a razor blade, so a razor blade itself would probably work to open it up.

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Just be careful because the bottom half has a groove that the top half actually fits into; you can't just slice a razor straight down because it will hit the bump.

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Hey Josh what was your experience getting the inner shell open? I'm at that point and am concerned about damaging the plastic in the process. Any pointers? Thanks!

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Just kidding. I managed to get it open easily by working a scalpel into the corner near the cords and then slid a sheet of thin metal like you mentioned slightly farther down and it came apart relatively easily. From the bottom end where the output is, I worked across and the whole thing eventually opened like a book. problem solved!

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