MacBook/MacBook Pro speaker issues (blown/muffled/etc)

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by rdy2014, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. makki_08

    makki_08 Member

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    I am surprised na wala pang naga-advise dito na i-repair yung speakers by using glue para pagdikitin yung broken subwoofer. If you search Youtube for "macbook pro broken speaker", there are a lot of guides on how to do this. Really simple and based on the comments, they're pretty effective naman daw. I have this issue din kasi on my MBP and as soon as I get some free time, I'm gonna try this fix.
     
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  2. vtf

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    actually it was more like 2500. inclusive of labor less than 6 months ago
     
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    I actually did this, applied a generous amount of Elemer’s glue to the blown speaker of my old Mid 2012 13” Macbook Pro and it solved the problem. Humina lng konti ung sound output but the “noise” from the blown speaker was entirely gone.
     
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  4. makintosh

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    Interesting. Gonna try this the next time I cross paths with another blown MBP speaker.
     
  5. donetus

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    both OEM spearks from Shopee for both rMBP 13" and 15". for the 13", straightfoward yung replacement pero yung 15" is rather challenging kasi dami screws na kailangan tanggalin and not to mention and mo i-remove (or atleast try move it) para malapitan yung other left speaker.
     

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