Re: HP 75D



#2

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#3

Be aware that the speaker output of the HP-75 will be connected by a pair of wires to the headphone jack on the pod (unless someone else has already seperated the two and put them back together). You can cut these wires, unscrew the retainer on the headphone jack, or open the HP-75 and disconnect them in it. I wouldn't recommend the last course of action. I just cut the wires on mine and pushed them back in the HP-75. Somewhere on this site someone talked about opening the HP-75 and installing a radioshack piezo speaker using these wires-you might want to look for that posting.


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