Look at Try part number P10173-ND ($4.29). (Credit for that goes to
Rod Salazar on the The-Gadgeteer.Com general PC110 list.) 20mm
diameter, 3.5mm thick, 0.2W, 7 Ohms impedance - sound like a good match?
Mark, mwillis nospam at nwlink.com
> Thank you ten times over... Same goes to Rod Salazar, I'll be ordering a
> Digi-Key one...
> One palmtop dealer offered me a replacement speaker for $50, yikes!
> Do you have the exact Digi-key part #?
> I'll order a couple extra...It's bound to happen again.
> At 09:59 PM 12/2/98 -0800, you wrote:
> >>What would cause the PC110 speaker to blow simply by plugging/unplugging
> >>into the audio jacks?
> >Speaker voice coils are usually wrapped around something substantial such
> >as a cylinder of cardboard. The windings comprising the voice coil in
> >the PC110 speaker consist of nothing but the wire itself held together
> >by glue. At high volumes the glue comes apart and the wire tears loose
> >from the cone. I tried a repair job but aligning the coil with the
> >circular slot is too tricky to be practical.
> >>Any ever replaced their PC110 speaker?
> >Yes, twice. Small speakers are hard to find, but I found a sufficiently
> >small on in the Digikey catalog.