Megaphone Toy Teardown


(Overview map)


(Front view)


(Side view &  Vertical view)


(Back view)

What is it?

This is a megaphone toy. In the back of toy, there is a toggle switch. It can be played a sound that seem like the sound of fire engines when you push the toggle up. If you turn the toggle down, this sound will be closed.

How I broke it apart:


(Open the battery cover)

Step 1:

I used the floral screwdriver to turn on the screw.

Then remove the battery cover.

Finally, I find two battery to power.


(Open the megaphone toy)

Step 2:

I used the floral screwdriver to turn on the six screws. This six screws is distributed in the front, middle, back, down in order to fasten down shall of model.

When I turn on the middle of screw, there is a gasket to reduce worn and torn.







Step 5:

A buzzer or beeper is an audio signaling device, which may be mechanical, electromechanically, or piezoelectric (piezo for short). In this megaphone, the buzzer is embedded in the model and secured with a plastic strap.


(Toggle Switch)

Step 6:

This is a toggle switch. When you push the toggle up, the linear spring will touch the copper line to form a closed circuit.



(Voice Record)

Step 7:

The voice module is the central processor for the entire toy.It is used to store audio and drive sound.There are two resistors on the back of the board. Resistance is the purpose of the protection circuit will not be an excessive current in the power circuit board burned moment.


(Copper Sheet)

Step 8:

The current inside the battery is led out through the copper sheet.



Tools Used: Screw drivers

Select two design elements that interest you and describe why you think the designer(s) made it that way.

  • The position of the handle is mounted on the battery because the battery is heavy. The position of the battery in the handle allows the weight of the megaphone to go down.This is convenient for the user to put in his hand.
  • The switch is fixed at the position on both sides of the middle because the user will not accidentally touch the switch when using it.






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