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Sony NSZ-GT1 Google TV Teardown

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  1. sparkyscott21

    sparkyscott21 Moderator Staff Member

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    Warning, this will probably void your warranty, and could damage your new Google TV. Attempt at your own risk.
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    Google TV With cover removed​



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    USB, Ethernet, and HDMI ports


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    Rear USB Ports


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    DDR3 DRAM Memory and Remote Control interface



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    Front USB Port​



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    WLAN Module​



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    Blue-Ray Controller​


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    Intel Atom(R) CPU​


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    HDMI Receiver​


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    Source​
     
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    Hello. good work. Thanks. Please could you point out where is the wi fi antenna assembly? I want to add and external antenna. Thanks. Manny. so I do not have to connect it to my commputer for internet.
     
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    LOL. Some of the pictures in the original post is labeled improperly. I would go to the original site for better explanation of the pictures; GoogleTvTeardown - magicandroidapps.com Wiki

    I believe these are the components you're looking for, but this is my best guess. You might want to contact the original site for a better explanation.

     
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    whent to the site and left a message, also, I try to look for the mitsumi ewd4,,,, lan module on the mirsumi site and is like does not existed. thanks.
     
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    Thanks-where are the 3 hamsters "row"?
     
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    That's because "EW4DWMW034" is the FCC ID. The Mitsuimi model number for the WLAN Module is "DWM-W034". I don't believe that they list any specifications for the components are contracted specifically for other manufactures. The most information you'll get out of it is from the FCC link for this product from the original article.
     
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    This is good to know if you need to do some troubleshooting.

    Any maybe upgrade the WLAN card, or even the memory. Or even store a flash drive internally via dedicated USB which you can solder to.
     
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    Hey guys. So, I am definitely out of my league here. I don't normally teardown my electronics. But my 2 year old put pennies in the disc slot. So I opened it up. I took the screws out on the bottom and removed the black cover. Then I took the screws out on the metal plate and removed it. I removed the screws on the disc box. I took the lid off. I got the pennies out, but there was a long plastic arm that I don't know what it was resting on or where is it was. I took my best guess and put it all back together and now a disc wont even go in. So obviously it wasn't right? Does any one know where this piece goes or have pictures or can direct me in the right direction. The magicandroid site looks like it is no longer up. If anyone could help, I would appreciate it. Thanks!
     
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    I feel your pain. My 2 year old thrust in 3 dvds into the slot destroying the bluray drive. I was able to take the 3 disks out but am still looking for ways to fix the blu-ray drive.
     

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