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BTX300 Wireless Speaker Teardown

by Katie 12/10/2013

We tore open the sleek BTX300 Wireless Speakers just for you! Take a look inside and you’ll notice the engineering mastery and careful craftsmanship, allowing these speakers to deliver a top notch audio experience.

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The finished product.

 

 

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Getting to the guts…

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The battery that’ll give you up to 8 hours playtime without interruption.

 

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Removing the back panel.

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Exposed speaker and printed circuit board.

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Rear panel with cotton pads to absorb sound and eliminate vibrations.

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Full printed circuit board.

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Cables coated with foam for noise isolation. Eliminates vibration or excessive noise.

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Removing main circuit board from front panel

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Close up of circuit board.

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Bluetooth module.

 

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DSP, digital sound processor.

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MCU, Micro Controller Unit, AKA, the brains.

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More speaker removal.

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Taking the first speaker out.
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Power switch.

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Passive radiator.

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Passive radiator removal. The passive radiator allows the speakers to pack a mean punch and bring in some major bass.
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LED light removal.

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LED light removal.
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Circuit Board in top panel for Volume and Call buttons

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Fuse inside small compartment for protection.
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Heavy ferrite weights for improved sound quality

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Outer shell of the speakers.

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The whole shebang.

 

 

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  1. Finley Ferguson wrote: February 2, 2014 8:52pm

    Really i am so much glad to visit here . This is a nice blog and the all process and making is defined very well with all photographs . Thank you so much for sharing this .

    Reply
  2. João Paulo N Bino wrote: March 19, 2014 6:14am

    Great… Its good to see that I purchased a well designed project.

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