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GDHAL Posted 3 years 1 week ago
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Now how do we remove the front grill?


Don't do that, requires three people to get it back on again.


Not sure what this should (or would) be the case. Two people yes, but three?

I've reviewed the instructions provided by GET. While I agree removal and putting back on is - unfortunately - a pain in the a**, it does seem doable. And of course, the operation is laying the speaker down, etc. must be done carefully and with "white gloves", nevertheless, it should be achievable.

I dare write/say that if the speaker ever needed service, and the speaker were still under warranty, I highly doubt the dealer would send three people to deal with it.
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Moderator Posted 3 years 1 week ago
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Yes, the instructions indicate two people. Having done it, three is much better. The larger point was that it is not easy and should not be attempted without knowledge of the difficulty to reattach. (We have had many broken grilles from reattach frustration.)

They are required to be a pain to remove in order to prevent easy access to the active drivers, which is required to get government electrical approvals for the high-powered, digital amplifier subwoofer section.
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GDHAL Posted 3 years 1 week ago
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@moderator - appreciate your clarification. Thanks.
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HTSME Posted 3 years 1 week ago
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Yes, the instructions indicate two people. Having done it, three is much better. The larger point was that it is not easy and should not be attempted without knowledge of the difficulty to reattach. (We have had many broken grilles from reattach frustration.)

They are required to be a pain to remove in order to prevent easy access to the active drivers, which is required to get government electrical approvals for the high-powered, digital amplifier subwoofer section.


Nice design idea. Thanks for sharing.
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