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L'altoparlante integrato è comodo per sperimentare al di fuori del tuo ambiente di studio perfettamente equipaggiato. E quindi che cosa fare se ha smesso di funzionare? Lo cambi. Questa guida mostra come sostituire l'altoparlante del tuo OP-1.

  1. Per raggiungere le viti disposte sotto la tastiera, devi prima togliere alcuni tasti. Puoi usare uno strumento di apertura o un plettro. La prima immagine mostra come il dispositivo dovrebbe presentarsi dopo aver rimosso le chiavi necessarie (12 in tutto). Per i quattro tasti più lunghi della tastiera, si deve intervenire a partire dal lato sinistro. Per staccare gli otto tasti più piccolibisogna iniziare dal basso.
    • Per raggiungere le viti disposte sotto la tastiera, devi prima togliere alcuni tasti. Puoi usare uno strumento di apertura o un plettro. La prima immagine mostra come il dispositivo dovrebbe presentarsi dopo aver rimosso le chiavi necessarie (12 in tutto).

    • Per i quattro tasti più lunghi della tastiera, si deve intervenire a partire dal lato sinistro.

    • Per staccare gli otto tasti più piccolibisogna iniziare dal basso.

  2. Il meccanismo a pantografo degli otto tasti piccoli impedisce l'accesso alla vite sottostante. Usando di nuovo uno strumento di apertura un plettro, si possono estrarre facilmente questi elementi.
    • Il meccanismo a pantografo degli otto tasti piccoli impedisce l'accesso alla vite sottostante.

    • Usando di nuovo uno strumento di apertura un plettro, si possono estrarre facilmente questi elementi.

    • In fase di riassemblaggio, accertati di sistemarli nel senso corretto, con la faccia superiore in alto.

  3. Svita queste 12 viti con un cacciavite a croce Phillips #00. Quindi basta tirar fuori le otto manopole ruotanti e la manopola del volume. Ora è possibile sollevare lievemente la tastiera e disporla più indietro.
    • Svita queste 12 viti con un cacciavite a croce Phillips #00.

    • Quindi basta tirar fuori le otto manopole ruotanti e la manopola del volume.

    • Ora è possibile sollevare lievemente la tastiera e disporla più indietro.

    Your missing the ribbon decoupling step, unless you skipped it because it’s such a tight squeeze to get back in.

    William “Zoe” FitzGerald - Replica

  4. Disconnetti l'altoparlante usando uno spudger per sollevare il connettore. I cavi passano attraverso una piccola rientranza e sono incollati in posizione. Ora è il momento di controllare il nuovo altoparlante. Collegalo, accendi l'OP-1 e fagli emettere qualche tipo di suono.
    • Disconnetti l'altoparlante usando uno spudger per sollevare il connettore.

    • I cavi passano attraverso una piccola rientranza e sono incollati in posizione.

    • Ora è il momento di controllare il nuovo altoparlante. Collegalo, accendi l'OP-1 e fagli emettere qualche tipo di suono.

    • Se è tutto posto, tira via i cavi del vecchio altoparlante dal loro alloggiamento.

  5. Ora puoi staccare l'intero altoparlante. Se non riesci a farlo con uno spudger in plastica, passa a uno spudger in metallo: l'altoparlante è anche incollato. Prima di inserire il nuovo altoparlante, applica dell'adesivo non molto tenace sul bordo attorno alla scanalatura.
    • Ora puoi staccare l'intero altoparlante. Se non riesci a farlo con uno spudger in plastica, passa a uno spudger in metallo: l'altoparlante è anche incollato.

    • Prima di inserire il nuovo altoparlante, applica dell'adesivo non molto tenace sul bordo attorno alla scanalatura.

Conclusione

Per rimontare il tuo dispositivo, segui queste istruzioni in ordine inverso.

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is there a way to function test the speaker?

Everything else works perfectly fine including the in and out lines, internal microphone power button and accessory is on my key is everything… But certainly no sound comes out of the internal speaker and I’m super excited to see that it’s only about $30 to buy a replacement one but I’d much prefer to not have to disassemble my precious if not necessary… Also I’m considering opening it up and just checking to see if the wires connecting to the speaker are messed up or something… Maybe I can push it back in as it got wiggled her around or something I don’t know… Is it possible to fully blow out the speaker from crashing the iOS when using the GeForce accelerometer and shaking the eff outta it while in etchasketch mode and having a very short loop from the tape playing while keys and knobs were being twiddled with??…

… tbc…

MarZ Star - Replica

…continued…

%#*@…

In Absolute typical style of me, I wrote way too many characters before so cut the second half in tending to paste it in this second post but I guess it isn’t happening… All that pastes are the words function test

ha oh well.

I probably got the main points and questions out that I needed to make… Any other links or tips or advice appreciated… I’ve had my hope yvonne for over six years it was bought off eBay from the original owner and I have taken very good care of it… Again I wish I could just test to see if there’s a loose connection on the internal speaker… It passes all of the other tests of the keys in the knobs in on is in the offs and stuff…

can’t believe that there is no speaker test… At least it totally works fine plugged into another speaker I’ve been using a jam box… that reminds me of another question since that jam box is Bluetooth capable have people had any good results Using some sort of Bluetooth dongle that ben can connect the OP one to a speaker wirelessly? OK thanks bye

MarZ Star - Replica

Hi MarZ Star, I can understand that you don’t want to open up your “precious” unnecessarily. But believe me, it is easer than you might think. The speaker repair is quite straight forward. You just have to carefully handle the scissor mechanism under the keyboard. You don’t even have to detach the keyboard, just set it aside to the top. As mentioned in step 4, the cables of the speaker run through a small notch and are glued in place. You can check the cable by sight and maybe even fix it by a small solder job. Shaking the OP-1 for checking probably won’t solve the issue. A speaker check might just be turning on and hammering away on the weirdest setting ;)

Tobias Isakeit -

Thanks for the reply Tobias! I ordered a new speaker & some tools after posting & already got emailed that the order’s in process. shipped, even!? :)

also, The ONLY other hardware issue I’ve had, I fixed FINALLY, just the other day, thanks to this site & YOUR details+pics. (I’m hoping it’s a silly lil fix, with the speaker, too, & nothing involving other parts/wiring)

A “piano” key popped off, 2nd or 3rd leftmost one, & it’s finally back on, securely. Trick was to pop off the middle white, what’d you call it?, scissor mechanism, which was still attached to the KEY, not the board. once I snapped it on to the board, 1st, I was able to snap the key in place!! YAY I had a feeling nothing was broken, but that stuff is so delicate that wo researching for, literally months (&years) (&still constantly am,) I would not have dared that simple task. ..Guess my point is THANK YOU! I’m handy but careful.

FINGERS CROSSED that no soldering is required. SO temped to take it apart now!… let you know how it goes :) cheers! marz*

MarZ Star -

dude… “scissor mechanism” … lawlz

marz star - Replica

no… but srsly…

I just re-read what you replied to me,

and knowing already what/how I replied to you I seriously paused and scrolled up to see what you called it and you, just now rereading it I saw that you wrote, again, the words scissor mechanism… I don’t know … ok i do! I find it “All tons of awesomeness!*” & me funny maybe ok well i do but seriously I’ve had My OP1 for so long like seriously since before there was any sort of manual or anything so

i’m completely qualified to appreciate…

*slammAndrews

marz star - Replica

I just did this repair, and was very disappointed to hear NO CHANGE in the broken static noise from the speaker.

But then I googled to see if my problem was more severe - some thing on the main board maybe?

This is where the facepalm happens.

It turns out I had cranked the mixer AND the equalizer way too high. Turned them down, and the static is gone. My old speaker was fine.

I’m a dumbass.

Just a cautionary tale for trigger happy tinkerers… :)

Jakob von Turbo - Replica

Thanks for your input Jakob, maybe we can gather such things in a small “troubleshooting wiki” for other to check before doing any kind of “unwanted” tinkering :) Lets keep the comments coming

Tobias Isakeit -

I’m curious.. Just HOW bad did your speaker sound? I mean, mine sounds bad, but it works. And I had always chalked it up as ‘par for the course’ because everyone always comments on how bad their speaker sounds too. It has always been a source of frustration, because the OP-1 is such a solid device, EXCEPT for that (well.. And the mic too). After reading your comment, I was wondering if I was falling victim to the same thing as you? When you say you had your equalizer too high, you mean the low, mid, and high? And were you peaking, or consistently hitting the red dot on the volume level when you had the EQ and mixer too high? I’d think that the speaker should be able to output anything below that (in the green) without issue.

sunday_smile -

opened it up and tested with the new speaker, but it’s not working…

already tried to reboot several times, plug in headphones while playing back the tape (can hear the sound through the headphones) and unplug again, changed the volume, but nothing makes it work… also unplugged and plugged in the speaker itself again, but doesn’t do a thing either.

any ideas on what I could try?

Florian Schinnerl - Replica

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