Our great Asus Eeepad Transforme is proberly one of the best tablets right now and it work perfect. There is only one small problem. The internal speakersound is not the best. The problem is, that the small speakers is placed in a the wrong way, turning against the screen and without enough free space, so all the sound is getting strangle !
My instruction show how you place the speaker in a more correct way and how to make speaker grill with real holes, for a louder sound
FIRST: Please visit those sites, that shows step by step, how you open the Transformer TF101 for working with the hardware inside.
TEXT : http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/itdojo/asus-eee-pad-transformer-teardown-convoluted-but-3g-ready-internal-design/2833?tag=content;siu-container
- Open case: the Transformer has two external screws. The screws hold the Transformer’s front bezel in place–not the back cover. Once you remove the bezel, there are several more screws holding the back cover in place. Opening the Transformer’s case is not difficult.
- Standard screws: Asus did not use any tamper-resistant screws on the Transformer. The unit two external screws have Torx T5 heads and all the external screws have Phillips #000 heads.
- Battery can be replaced (but not easily): The 3300 mAh, 24Wh Li-Polymer battery can be replaced, and you don’t need to remove the motherboard to do so. You will however, need to disconnect several cables, remove a few pieces of tape, and pry the battery loose from the internal frame. Asus could have made the process more complicated, but not much.