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  1. james hill

    james hill

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    [​IMG] I obtained a speaker out of an old laptop and i cant fund anywhere that labels a pinout or even information about this speaker. I know it came from a dell d600 laptop and thats all i know. If anyone can give me a pinout or information about it please let me know. I also included a picture of the speaker tgat was in it. If u google "veco m25x8 speaker" it will give you very minimal information but no pinout or detailed information. As much help as possible is appreciated. Thank you
     
  2. FuZZ1L0G1C

    FuZZ1L0G1C

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    Hi James.
    It looks as if your photo is of a bracket, with CMOS battery attached. Is this a new-design slim speaker?
    Or connector to CMOS/speaker circuit?
    The laptop should have a small dynamic loudspeaker, usually oval, at corner of motherboard.
    My Googling showed normal small drivers.
     
  3. kellys_eye

    kellys_eye

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    A speaker will only have two wires. The pinout should be pretty straightforward!

    You can figure out it's power handling capability from the audio specifications of the laptop.
     
  4. james hill

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    Im actually looking for a pinout sheet for it. So i can run my cellphone audio jack to it. Does anyone have the ability to find the pinout
     
  5. kellys_eye

    kellys_eye

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    Take the speaker out of it's housing. It has TWO connections on it. Pin 1 is the speaker. Pin 2 is the speaker.
     
  6. 73's de Edd

    73's de Edd

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    Whassa mattah- you ?

    And would you be wanting the DIRTY right speaker . . . or the FILTHY left speaker ?

    As for the specific connections at the end of the connector.
    take DVM and place in diode test and work out possible interconnects of a set of wires and listen for the feeble crackle from the specific speaker tha they relate to.
    Use this magged up closeup . . . .

    [​IMG]

    73's de Edd

     
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