Pinhole in the speaker

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JonB
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Pinhole in the speaker

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My Atmos has a pin hole in the speaker at 6 o'clock. Odd. Then I noticed the exact same hole in various photos of the board on the Internet, as well as distortion in the cone that look a bit like creases.

I'm guessing these are typical, but why? Anyone know?

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Re: Pinhole in the speaker

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Cheap high-pass filter, perhaps? ;)

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Re: Pinhole in the speaker

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Could you take a photo and post it on the forum (ie: no external link)?

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Re: Pinhole in the speaker

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Just Google "Oric Atmos PCB", there are many examples. I've yet to find one without the pinhole.

I'll take a picture of mine next time I'm playing with it.

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Re: Pinhole in the speaker

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JonB wrote:I'll take a picture of mine next time I'm playing with it.
No thanks, just send a picture of the speaker! :lol:

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Re: Pinhole in the speaker

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Oh god... :roll:

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Re: Pinhole in the speaker

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I'm really serious, its a performance tweak! :)

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