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JXD s192 sound chambers (13 x 18mm speakers). 3d printed

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White Strong & Flexible
JXD s192 sound chambers (13 x 18mm speakers). 3d printed
JXD s192 sound chambers (13 x 18mm speakers). 3d printed

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JXD s192 sound chambers (13 x 18mm speakers).

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  • 3D printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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This is a mod part for the JXD S192 to get better bass and sound out of the system.  It uses (2) 13 x 18mm "cellphone" type speakers.  They are available through electronics sites such as "Digikey", just search in speakers, the chamber can accept up to 4.5mm thick speakers.  They must then be cemented into the chamber with glue as epoxy. The mod requires user to notch out game button PCB to accomodate chamber and requires soldering.  This is no amateur mod, do not attempt if not experienced with such things. You will void warrantee and you could break the unit if not done right. Do at your own risk. This includes chambers for left and right side, cut and remove "tree" to separate.


One important thing to know is that you need to make sure all of the powder is out of the chambers.  You will have to likely tap out the powder until it stops (using a strong flashlight through the model you can actually see the powder still trapped).  The holes at the ends are to poke out powder from the bass ports.  Use a wire to get the powder out until you can blow into the port on the front and get air flow out the back.  Those holes should then be plugged with glue such as epoxy.  A can of that compressed air helps with this.

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8.8 cm
2.8 cm
7.2 cm

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