Change Sony Ericsson MPS-70 Speakers Into USB Speakers

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Introduction: Change Sony Ericsson MPS-70 Speakers Into USB Speakers

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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.

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9 Discussions

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Fleder
Fleder

2 years ago

Does someone know how to "safely" open the speakers?

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Fleder
Fleder

Reply 2 years ago

No, they need USB to power the amplifier inside them.

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mehasan
mehasan

6 years ago on Introduction

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.
thanks in advance.

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DIYPerks
DIYPerks

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

This instructable is for the Ericsson range of speakers.

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awesomecreations
awesomecreations

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

Strange thing is that the same colour wires were in the USB&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?