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In this quick video, I give a step-by-step guide on how to convert the Sony Ericsson MPS-70 speakers (which are exclusively for Ericsson phones) into USB speakers that can work with any laptop or computer.
<p>Not my cleanest Job but still sounds pretty nice! thanks for the Instructive!</p>
Will this speaker work without USB
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Can any one please help me doing this with Sony Ericsson MPS-60? I am a total novice in this thing. I want to keep the mini amplifier and use them with laptop with 3.5mm jack and power through usb. <br>thanks in advance. <br>
Worked Brilliantly, many thanks.
I tried this with LG KS360 speakers, but nothing seems to be working.
This instructable is for the Ericsson range of speakers.
Strange thing is that the same colour wires were in the USB&amp;speaker cords as the Ericsson (perhaps Korea has connected them differently :), but the main issue was probably the audio cable, there didn't appear to be any purposely discoloured wires for the ground wire, so I wound two that appeared darker together, possibly darker due to ageing?

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