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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Roland Micro Cube Speaker Replacement

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lespaul23412323 - Posted - 01/19/2021:  18:47:47

I purchased a Weber Sig 6 speaker to replace the stock speaker on the Micro Cube. Upon receiving the speaker, however, I noticed that one of the spade connectors (the one connected to the black wire) does not fit the speaker. There was an old thread here suggesting that it is possible to upgrade to the Weber speaker, but for some reason I cannot yet post links to reference it. Anyway, if someone has any experience with upgrading to a Weber, please let me know.

Edited by - Texasbanjo on 01/20/2021 08:24:37

guitarsophist - Posted - 01/19/2021:  19:43:44

Can't you just solder it? But instead of asking here, I would go to TDPRI, especially in this forum:

That is a telecaster site but I am sure somebody on the modelling amp forum will have tried this.

lespaul23412323 - Posted - 01/20/2021:  10:14:06

I reached out to the author of the thread where they suggested to replace the stock speaker with a Weber and he replied with the following:

"On to speaker connections. I'm a retired electro-mechanical engineer. Low voltage low current electricity like that in a small amplifier doesn't care about connectors, it only needs a secure connection between the wires. If you plan to leave it intact after switching out the speaker then cut off the connectors and solder the wires directly together. Don't solder? Cut off the connectors and twist the ends together and use regular vinyl electrical tape."

Thank you JP for your response and helpful information!

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