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    If there is anyone on the board that knows a bit about speakers could we replace the Treo speaker with a better one and would it do any good anyway? Would it cut down the distortion and improve sound quality?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespaulritter
    If there is anyone on the board that knows a bit about speakers could we replace the Treo speaker with a better one and would it do any good anyway? Would it cut down the distortion and improve sound quality?
    I guess you could swap it, I don't know the size of it. Make sure the ohm matches the original.
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    Possible? Yes. I've seen threads on this here not too long ago (month or so)
    Benificial? I don't know.
    I would think the only limitations would be physical size constraints, and matching the resistance load (ohms) so a not to create additional load.



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    HA! No, I just say less
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