Game Boy Speaker

Game Boy Advance | GBA Collection by Hand Held Legend

$2.99 USD Sale price

Regular price $2.99 USD

Replacement speaker for your original game boy. Choose your size and model for clear sound in your original Game Boy Color, Game Boy Original (DMG), Game Boy Pocket or Game Boy Advance.

  • 28mm compatible with DMG
  • 23mm compatible with the GBC, MGB (Pocket) and GBA original.
  • 8 ohm
  • 0.5 Watt

Looking for something louder? Check out the CleamAmp or a traditional audio amplifier

Wires not included

Replacement speaker for your original game boy. Choose your size and model for clear sound in your original Game Boy Color, Game Boy Original (DMG), Game Boy Pocket or Game Boy Advance.

  • 28mm compatible with DMG
  • 23mm compatible with the GBC, MGB (Pocket) and GBA original.
  • 8 ohm
  • 0.5 Watt

Looking for something louder? Check out the CleamAmp or a traditional audio amplifier

Wires not included

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
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Good

Game Boy Speaker

M
M.B.
No Issues What So Ever

The speakers come at a perfect length and works great with normal Gameboy Color amp

R
R.N.
Can't beat the service

Speakers arrived as ordered, unfortunately we ordered the wrong ones. They offered to exchange them but we declined, possibly we can use for some other repair. So they then gave us a discount on our next order. Can't beat the service.

T
T.M.
speaker for DMG-01

same as original, very happy

I
I.
Exactly what it says on the tin

A replacement speaker for the DMG GameBoy plain and simple. Works just as good as the original but seems just a tiny bit smaller (still fits in the shell just fine).

The only potential issue is that it (or at least mine) didn't come with replacement wires. Any wire should do, including salvaging the original speaker wires, but just keep this in mind before buying.

S
S.V.
Great Speaker

DMG has a buzz, but the new speaker didn't fix it. Aside from that, the sounds seems to be a bit better. The fix to the buzz from installing the back light seems to be soldering a 470uf 10v cap on the sound board. Got one on the way!