Case mod gone strange

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Aug 30, 2010

Case mod gone strange by Sicklyboy at 5:37 AM (1,100 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Sicklyboy
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    Cut to the chase - Put a clear housing on my DS Lite. Little brother's lite had a cracked hinge, so I used my old parts to fix it and he has a bamf lookin black/white ds lite now. Sadly, every once in a while his speakers will produce a static/crackle sound, only since the casemod was done. Mine doesnt.

    Think reseating the top half and speakers would fix it, or do I need to buy him new speakers?

    If new speakers, I will ask this as I s aw someone else ask it but never was answered - would the DSi speakers fit/work in a Lite? Apparently they are higher quality *shrug*
     
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    i thought it was the dsi xl ones which were supposed to be higher quality, not the dsi ones...
     
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    Something or another. if the xl ones will work and fit in a lite, then I will go with those over the dsi ones even.
     
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    check ebay, they sell dsi speakers for a few dollars only
    if it don't work you only lose about $2
     
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    First check the connection between speaker and the PCB. Could be loose connection.
     
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    I just wish to save the hassle of having to solder things back and forth

    Trumpet - will do.

    Edit - Trumpet, just looked at your WiinerTag sig. Thought "Weiner Tag"

    Gonna crawl into the corner and die now... every time I have looked at the program I have just seen 1 I lol... cant stop laughing now
     
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    Yeah replacing the speakers seems to be your best bet.
    You know how to solder?
     

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